As for when we'll start playing Abyss again, chances are it'll only be after I finish the shirt. You guys can start on Symphonia though if I'm behind schedule since I'm only interested in playing Presea who only shows up later on in the game (I can fill in for Raine though for times you don't want the AI to screw up during a critical battle).
So, when are we starting this up again? Are we finishing Abyss or going right into Symphonia? (and am I needed for Symphonia or do we have everything covered?)
Also, if we need more Gamecube controllers, how many more do we need? I have four (black, purple, orange, and flat grey wavebird).
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Finishing Abyss first /o/
_________________ "Allow me to warn you that challenging my ingenuity is a dangerous sort of project, and may tend to make your life a lot more surreal." "You crazy bastard! I'm gonna treat you like shit until you reveal your true form!!!"
Here's a further elaboration on the story taken from a Tales game fan translator's comment:
The Japanese characteristic genre name was 揺るぎなき信念のRPG. Wavering or flickering is in the negative, so it should be "An RPG of unwavering conviction."
Also, you may want to mention that the girl's full name is Mira Maxwell, a reference to the summon spirit Maxwell that controlled the elements in past Tales games. The plot has to do with summon spirits dying based on the trailer, so it's more than coincidence.
...And while I'm being nitpicky, the guy's name is supposed to be Jude.
For easy reference here's the same video taken from the official site which loads much faster:
I find it interesting that she has some of the same coloring as Corrine, and some of the clothes of Sheena like the ribbon.
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