Life Bottle Productions fan group and community member StorMyu have announced that they are working on an English fan translation fix for the PlayStation 2 and PSP versions of Rebirth tales, One older Tales of title that has never been located in any way. It is one of the most beloved entries, so to see it receiving noble and qualitative fan efforts is heartening.
The Life Bottle Production announcement tweet says 80% of the in-game text has been inserted and the story and skits are currently being edited. Good luck to the team, and I hope this project goes well. The Life Bottle Production team is always recruiting more members, and their Twitter profile page houses a link to their Discord server.
The PSP version of Tales of Rebirth has more content than the PlayStation 2 version, like the art book and the quick save feature. However, the PSP version suffers from compressed sound and longer loading times. Thus, neither of the two platforms is necessarily superior.
You can read the tweet announcing this collaboration below:
To celebrate ToR’s anniversary, we’re happy to announce that we’ve teamed up with StorMyu to bring you Tales of Rebirth for PS2 and PSP! Currently, 80% of the text is inserted into the game, and the story and sketches undergo an edit / proofread pass.#Talesof pic.twitter.com/lzGnK4vqsK
– Life bottle productions (@LifeBottleProd) December 16, 2021
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