Tales of Arise: where to buy it at the best price

Tales of Arise: where to buy it at the best price

Tales of Arise

Update 3 September 2021: very close to the launch of Tales of Arise, book it now at the best price on the market!

After a very long wait, Bandai Namco has finally decided to reveal the launch date of the highly anticipated Tales of Arise to the general public. The latest episode of the acclaimed and historic saga will land on Xbox One, Xbox Series, PS4, PS5 and PC on September 10th. A wait that can fortunately be partially deceived by booking Tales of Arise right now at what is the best price on the market.

Tales of Arise tells of the meeting between Alphen and Shione, two boys born on different planets but both determined to change their destiny and build a new future. A story that, as per the tradition of the saga, promises to be intriguing from now on, with Tales of Arise that seems to be very promising.

By booking the game at different stores, such as at GameStop, you can also get a rich digital preorder bonus as a gift. Inside there are aesthetic objects for Alphen and Shionne, namely costumes and a hairstyle, a pair of black wings and a pair of white wings, 4 different exclusive cooking recipes and, finally, 16 culinary objects. All completely free by booking Tales of Arise now.

eBay - Standard Edition PS4 | 56,90 € eBay - Standard Edition PS5 | € 56.90 eBay– Standard Edition Xbox One-Xbox Series X | 56,90 € Amazon - Standard Edition PS4 | € 69.99 Amazon - Standard Edition PS5 | € 69.99 Amazon - Standard Edition Xbox One-Xbox Series X | € 69.99 MediaWorld - Standard Edition PS4 | € 69.99 MediaWorld - Standard Edition PS5 | € 69.99 MediaWorld - Standard Edition Xbox One-Xbox Series X | € 69.99 GameStop - Standard Edition PS4 | 70,98 € GameStop - Standard Edition PS5 | 70,98 € GameStop - Standard Edition Xbox One-Xbox Series X | 70,98 € GameStop - Collector's Edition PC | € 199.99

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What the Tales of Arise Demo Doesn't Say About the Battle System

The Tales of Arise demo currently available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X uses an older build of the game, which led to several misconceptions regarding the battle system. We’re here to fix that, most notably using my own experience from the preview demo, and brand new gameplay of the final game published by Famitsu.

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  • Tales of Arise | Demo Trailer



    Tales of Arise | Demo Trailer






    You can stagger bosses in Tales of Arise‘s battle system

    I’ve seen several players discussing this, regarding how bosses in the demo can’t be staggered. I’m pretty sure bosses in the preview demo could be staggered though. It takes quite a lot of combo hits but you can do it. Attacking bosses at specific moments also seems to flinch and stagger them more easily.

    You can see it happen at several times in the gameplay video published by our Japanese peers of 4Gamer included below. At the 16:14 mark for example. And while the stagger animation in itself is short, the boss takes a bit more time to restart moving and attacking.

    Lastly, there’s a system that seems similar to Tales of Vesperia‘s Secret Missions. During the fight against the preview demo’s boss, if you use a Boost Attack at a precise moment, you can trigger a short cutscene. Which will end with the boss stunned for a long time. You can see it happen at the 16:35 timestamp mark of the 4Gamer gameplay video below. I couldn’t confirm when playing the boss fight myself whether you can do that multiple times per fight or not.

    Moreover, keep in mind it took years for some players of the series to find out certain subtleties in past games. There might be a lot of deeper elements of the Tales of Arise battle system we’ll only notice months or even years after release.

    「テイルズ オブ アライズ」第1章 先行プレイ動画

    You can dodge while in mid-air, and double jump

    I’m not sure why the demo did not include these Skills, and I’ve seen many players particularly worried about this. The Tales of Arise preview demo had a mid-air evasion Skill you could unlock. And the full game will even have a skill to unlock double jump.

    In the demo, while in the air, you’re pretty much defenseless if a boss launches an attack. In the full game, you’ll be able to evade attacks in midair after learning the corresponding Skill. Characters will be able to double jump too. Producer Yusuke Tomizawa explains so as well at the 51:20 timestamp mark of the Famitsu gameplay video below. It’s from the final game, not a demo.

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    Note that at 51:55 timestamp mark we also got the see the Boost Strike between Alphen and Law for the first time. The stream also shows a level 27 boss fight starting 53:30. And the special Famitsu magazine weapon for Rinwell, which will be obtainable as a DLC code in the Famitsu magazine of the week of release. (releasing September 9, 2021).

    Tales of Arise character designer Minoru Iwamoto also handled the cover artwork for that issue of Famitsu Magazine. It features Alphen, Shionne, Rinwell, and her howl Fururu.

    In any case, keep in mind there are several issues in the demo that are actually fixed in the final game. Tales of Arise is coming to PC (Steam) PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. There is no Switch version. The JRPG releases on September 9 in Japan, and September 10 worldwide. Which means that depending on your timezone you can play it as early as September 8 if you’re grabbing the Japanese version. That’s what I plan to do. You can always reach me on Twitter @A_iyane07 to chat about Japanese stuff.

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