Remember when Namco Bandai producer Hideo Baba promised a "Tales of-filled year" a while ago? Well, if a new report is to be believed, you can expect one of those fillings to be a PS3 HD remaster of fan favourite, Tales of Symphonia.
The acclaimed original, which saw a release on Nintendo Gamecube in the West (and a PS2 release, but only in Japan), was apparently teased to Spanish website Koi-Nya
by none other than Baba-san himself, who said that such a remaster would be "a representation of the dreams and hopes of the fans, who have long been wanting it."
According to the website, the so-called Tales of Symphonia: Perfect Edition
will also include a high definition remaster of Wii sequel, Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of a New World
.In an exclusive interview with SPOnG, Hideo Baba revealed that he felt that the Tales series suited the PlayStation family of platforms more than any other
. Considering that the output of games recently have been tailored for the PS3, it would make sense that a Symphonia
remaster would be destined for Sony's console.