Two new Tales games announced for PS3

Looks like the big summer announcement is out. The latest issue of Jump Magazine has revealed three new Tales titles in development, two of which are for PlayStation 3.

The new titles are: a new untitled Tales game for PlayStation 3, Tales of Graces F for PlayStation 3, and Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 for PSP.

Tales of Graces F is an HD port of the Wii original released in Japan late last year. The PS3 version will include added attacks, a new outfit for Sophie, and of course, a visual upgrade. This is scheduled for winter 2010 in Japan.

The untitled Tales is listed in the magazine as “New Tales”. No real details were shared on this one, besdies an illustration of a city. Release date for this is still TBA.

Finally, PSP’s Radiant Mythology 3 will feature over eighty characters from the Tales series. Tales of Graces hero Aspel has been confirmed for the game. This will launch in 2011.

Thanks, Andriasang and NeoGAF.

Update: Here’s the scan:

Thanks, Cilio.

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