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Tales of Graces f - Playstation 3

by Bandai
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
4.6 out of 5 stars 203 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100

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  • Enlist the help of up to 3 friends to fight by your side!
  • Enhanced HD graphics and improved outlining to bring attention to the detailed anime art style by renowned Tales artist Mutsumi Inomata.
  • Experience all-new content exclusive to the PlayStation3
  • Use the Style Shift - Linear Motion Battle System to freely switch between fighting styles and deftly evade enemy attacks.
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Product Description

Color: Playstation 3

Product Description

The popular RPG series by Namco Bandai returns to PlayStation 3 with this port of the Wii hit Tales of Graces. In addition to the full game refreshed for this HD console, PS3 owners can look forward to additional costumes, new story elements and new battle skills.


On the planet of Efinea, Asbel Lhant is constantly seeking the strength to protect those he holds dear. Little does he know that he will be drawn into a conflict between three rivaling kingdoms fighting for dominance of the world. Asbel, his childhood friends and the mysterious and innocent Sophie must explore the bonds of friendship while fighting for peace on their home planet.

Tales of Graces f
Beautiful anime graphics
Beautiful anime graphics
visually stunning RPG
Visually stunning RPG
Use the Motion Battle System
Use the Motion Battle System


As the follow-up to the original Tales of Graces, Tales of Graces f features stunning high-definition visuals with improved outlining and the detailed anime art style of Mutsumi Inomata. The gorgeous and spacious environments truly immerse you in the beautiful open world. Master new combat styles to aid you in battle. The Style Shift - Linear Motion Battle System allows you to freely change between fighting styles while evading enemy attacks. Use powerful new techniques and take the fight to your foes like never before with Accelerate mode. Enlist the help of up to three friends to battle enemies side-by-side, and explore more than 10 hours of engaging gameplay in the all-new Lineage & Legacies epilogue that's exclusive to the PlayStation 3. This all-new content features new dungeons, dangerous new monsters and powerful new spells, attacks and techniques. Can you fight to maintain peace on the planet of Efinea?

Key Features:

  • Venture to the planet Efinea to become Asbel Lhant as he is joined by his childhood friends and the mysterious Sophie on a journey after becoming drawn into a conflict between three kingdoms vying for control of the planet
  • Explore the bonds of friendship between Asbel, Sophie and Asbel's pals
  • Freely switch between fighting styles and evade enemy attacks with the Style Shift - Linear Motion Battle System
  • Bring the fight to enemies like never before with powerful new techniques when you activate Accelerate mode
  • Delve deeper into the Tales of Graces f with the all-new, PlayStation 3-exclusive Lineage & Legacies epilogue that features more than 10 hours of immersive gameplay
  • Battle terrifying new monsters, arm yourself with new spells, attacks and techniques and explore new dungeons in the epilogue
  • Immerse yourself in the open-world environments that are brought to life with enhanced high-definition visuals that feature improved outlining and stunning anime art by renowned Tales artist, Mutsumi Inomata
  • Grab up to three friends and battle side-by-side with the innovative multiplayer system

Product Details

Color: Playstation 3
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  • ASIN: B002I0K2J4
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 13, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,358 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Color: Playstation 3 Verified Purchase
I didn't know before I started playing, but I have been waiting for this game for 6 years. It has all the strong Japanese flavor of Eternal Sonata, but without the abysmal writing and vocal performance. It's brightly colored, pretty to look at, with an extremely strong battle system, a decent story despite all the "power of friendship" cliches, strong characters, a fun and satisfying battle system, and an addictive growth mechanic. Not to mention the plethora of sidequests, item creation, and the like. Very little about this game is "bad."
However, the audience for this kind of game has dwindled rapidly this generation, and with little to no marketing, games like this are dying at retail. The modern gamer would be put off by it's bright colors and exceedingly foreign sensibilities. The modern gamer would be uncomfortable spending the first 3-5 hours playing as an 11 year old kid. The modern gamer would be embarrassed for any of his friends to see the anime artwork and cutscenes.
But the modern gamer would miss the depth, the fun, the humor, or the charm that pervades every inch of Tales of Graces. It is a great tragedy of this console generation that a title like this can fall by the wayside, with only the most hardcore of the hardcore JRPG fans purchasing it new and showing their support.
If, like me, you yearn for a return to the glory days where JRPGs ruled the roost and you always knew you were getting your money's worth when you bought one, you owe it to yourself to pick this game up. Not used. Pay the extra $10, eat at home one night this week, and buy this game new. Show Namco, and the rest of the Japanese developers, that it IS financially sound to release and market their games in North America. Wallet Votes mean everything in this business. You have the power to shape this industry. Start with supporting Tales of Graces. It is more than worth the price of admission.
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Color: Playstation 3
The Good:

+A very inventive battle system that has a focus on strategy
+A good story with great characters
+Lots of customization to do
+Lots of sidequests to do at some point
+A lengthy quest

The Bad:

-The voice acting could be better
-The story is very slow paced and has a tendency to get bogged down in too much exposition. It's a very enjoyable story but sometimes you really wish it would just move along rather than taking time to explain what we already know

Note: The Following Review is Long

The Tales series has had a shaky history in the states. Many of them haven't even seen release stateside. Case in point, Tales of Graces was first made available on the Wii in Japan in 2009. When Tales games do get a release outside of Japan there are small handful of fans who take note. The last major release in the United States was Tales of Vesperia on the XBOX360. Tales of Graces comes out amidst worry for some fans as it opts to try something new and different for the Tales series. The results are actually great. It may take a bit of time to learn, but Tales of Graces is certainly a welcome addition. It has a few things that keep it from being nearly as good as previous entries in the series however.

Our story centers on Asbel. A rebellious youth who doesn't desire to follow in his fathers footsteps. Instead of becoming ruler of the Lhant he'd rather be a knight and protect his friends. As a boy he has gotten into trouble and gotten into heated arguments with his father. When he and his brother Hubert go to Lhant Hill (against his father's wishes, of course) they stumble across a mysterious girl who doesn't seem to know anything.
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First I should say that I have never played a Tales game before. I bought this on a whim. All I knew about the game was the childhood chapter that sets up the game. So with that said, I don't know how it compares to other Tales games and I don't know if there are common elements throughout each game.

I originally thought I would write this review over a month ago. I'm only writing it now, because I have invested around 100 hours into the game and only the last 5-10 are devoted to a new game+. Whenever I thought I was done, I either had the extended ending or discovered a secret dungeon that kept pulling me back into playing the game. When I played Tales it always felt like there was something else to do.

Battle System:

The most impressing thing about Tales of Graces f for me was the battle system. You only control one character at a time. You use the X and Circle buttons for the type of attacks you want, the left analogue stick to select the attack, and Square for blocking and dashing. Even if you don't quite understand how the game plays from reading my description, it is important to know that you don't look at a long list of commands or a list of 20 different spells when fighting enemies, yet you still have complete control of your character. Fighting feels like simple, yet exciting, because the pace of each battle is quick (an encounter that's over 2 or 3 minutes is really long for Tales of Graces) and it feels like you are actually making your character attack. The game also has 6 different difficulties which you can change at any time. Some are available when the game begins, some you have to unlock.
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