Tales of Symphonia Remastered is now available on the Nintendo Switch. Bandai Namco has released a launch trailer to celebrate the game’s release, showcasing some of the updated features and enhancements. The remastered version offers improved character models, refined environments, and several quality-of-life changes, such as additional save screen information and allowing players to navigate the seas easier.
There is also a physical version of the game available, with the option to choose between the standard edition and the Chosen Edition, which includes a metal case alongside the base game.
About the game:
The Epic Battle for Survival
Tales of Symphonia, an action RPG and one of the most critically-acclaimed titles in the series, returns with a full HD remastering.
The story takes place in Sylvarant, a world in danger of extinction due to the exploitation of mana by an evil group thought to be sealed away by the hero Mithos 4,000 years ago.
Colette, The Chosen One, receives an oracle from the heavenly institution Cruxis, and sets out on a World Regeneration journey with her childhood friend Lloyd.
This profound and magnificent adventure fantasy is spun by characters rich in personality and full of charm.
Bandai Namco sent this out to die. They didn't fix any of the PS3 problems in the "remaster" and added new bugs on top of all the PS3 problems. A shame when it was Symphonia that put Bandai on the map. Symphonia needed more love and not a lazy "remaster".