Tales of Innocence R Smartphone App Plays Game's Songs
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Namco Bandai Games released a smartphone application inspired by its Tales of Innocence R remake role-playing game on January 27. Tales of Innocence R Music Player plays eight songs from the PlayStation Vita game, which shipped in Japan on January 26.
The free application's users can listen to each song while viewing pictures and profiles for eight game characters. An included rhythm mini-game features the same songs and offers players the option to post their score on the Twitter website. The iOS application is available on Japan's iTunes Store for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad devices.
The Tales of Innocence R PS Vita game, which promises more than 60 hours of gameplay time, adds new anime cut scenes and the new characters QQ Selezneva and Conway Tau (Kenji Nojima). Unlike the original Nintendo DS game Tales of Innocence, voices have been recorded for the dialogue in all main story sequences, and players can use the PSP Vita's touch screen to direct party members during battle.
Image © Mutsumi Inomata © 2012 Namco Bandai Games Inc.