Namco Bandai’s next Tales escapade comes in the form of Tales of Hearts R, a Vita remake set for a Spring 2013 release in Japan. As is customary, the remake will include new events, full voice acting, and Calcedoni as a new party member.
For the curious, the official site is now live and located here.
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For those keeping an eye out for Tales news, the latest information from Japanese retailers is that Tales of Hearts for the Nintendo DS will hit stores on December 11, 2008. The title will be available in two versions: one with anime cutscenes, in the tradition of the Tales series, and another with CG cutscenes.
In the latest issue of Shonen Jump, Namco Bandai has announced a pair of new portable Tales games: Tales of the World : Radiant Mythology 2 for the PSP and Tales of Hearts for the Nintendo DS. Little is known about the two games at this time, though Tales of Hearts is due out in Japan this winter. [Edit: Date is possibly in dispute due to what could be a typo on the source page, but most sources seem to say winter 2008.]