Tales of Hearts R Officially Confirmed for Winter 2014 Release

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Less than a week after GameStop’s listing was published and pulled, series producer Hideo Baba has posted a new video confirming the release of Tales of Hearts R in North America. But when? And what platform?

Although no specific console was mentioned, it was originally released in Japan for the PS Vita. We were only given the release window of Winter 2014, but as soon as an actual date is mentioned, we’ll keep you posted here at What’s Your Tag?.

(source – operation rainfall)

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13 thoughts on “Tales of Hearts R Officially Confirmed for Winter 2014 Release

    1. Hearts is supposedly *the* Tales game Hideo Baba wants us all to play, so I have high hopes for it. I still haven’t gotten around to Xillia yet though.

      1. I have a hard time playing a full-length RPG on a handheld, so it’s easier for me to migrate toward the big screen on my couch. For instance, I’m loving Bravely Default but I’ve only put about 25 hours in to it over 3 weeks.

      2. It had the PSvita symbol on the bottom right when the release date was up, so it’s probably for the vita. Hm, wonder how many games need to be out for me to want to get a vita…

      3. I’m still pulling for a PS3 release in the west as our Vita sales aren’t nearly what they’re pulling in Japan.

        The Vita has a pretty good library right now, so I can warrant paying $200. A new Vita model hits on May 6th and comes with Borderlands 2, but I’m more interested in the plethora of RPG’s it has/will have. Oh, and Gravity Rush.

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