Alongside the upcoming release of Tales of Innocence R on the Vita, Tales of the Heroes Twin Brave will see a demo launch that same day: January 26. The demo features a sequence with Ruca and Spada – both Innocence characters – that won’t be in the final game. Although Twin Brave is a PSP title, Vita owners will also be able to download the demo.
Just in case you’re in need of a DLC costume fix, Tales of Innocence R has you covered. Post release, the game will feature downloadable outfits, among which are those from past Tales games and the Idolmaster. No prices have been listed yet.
Incidentally, thank you Wikipedia for teaching me more about the Idolmaster than I ever wanted to know.
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During the last day of the Tokyo Game Show, Namco Bandai revealed a few choice bits of Tales information. In particular, a PS Vita remake of Tales of Innocence is in the works as Tales of Innocence R, along with entirely re-recorded voices.
Additionally, Tales of the Heroes Twin Brave will feature both a playable cast from 15 previous Tales games and bosses from the same.