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Tales of Xillia limited edition PS3 is quite nice


1:00 PM on 05.30.2011
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Japan gets all the good limited edition PS3 systems. Even the ones that keep the same base color but have some kind of logo screened on it are better than what we usually get. This new one for Namco Bandai's Tales of Xillia is one of the best yet, though. It's all gold and red and pretty. It's all Tails-y.

This system will be released on Tales of Xillia's launch date, September 8th. Kotaku says that the bundle (system and game) will be priced at 37,980 yen, or about $470.  4Gamer says that a book and some figures will be limited pre-order bonuses. My guess is that these orders will be quickly snapped up.






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