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Namco Bandai's next in the Tales series is a browser game


1:30 PM on 12.12.2011
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Namco Bandai has plenty of standard Tales offerings on the way, but while we're waiting for that, here's something loosely related to hold you over. The latest issue of Jump reveals PC browser game Tales of the World: Dice Adventure

[echo in ears]

Dice Adventure. Dice Adventure. 

...

Hey, what's with that face?

This free-to-play browser game is coming to Japan in early 2012. It features battling alongside other Tales series characters, but that's about all we know so far. There's a little image from Jump that shows big-headed characters. At least it's cute, right?






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