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KOS-MOS cameo in Tales of Hearts


11:00 AM on 12.29.2008



The fantastic-looking Tales of Hearts was released in Japan already, but we've had to look at lovely trailers and promotional food longingly, hoping to hear something about a US release date.

Sorry, we still haven't heard anything about a real date. But how about some cameos? In the video above, you'll see a familiar robotic female from the Xenosaga role-playing game series. It's KOS-MOS, and she's still blasting things with her G Shot attack in an assist attack. You'll also see Anise Tatlin, from Tales of the Abyss, doing the support attack thing. These are just a couple of the many support characters in this game, says Siliconera.

Cameos are just fan service. They do nothing for the game. And if you've never played Xenosaga before you'll be like, "Who's this robot bitch?"






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