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Tales of Graces f by Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.




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  • Crude Humor
  • Fantasy Violence
  • Mild Language
  • Mild Suggestive Themes
Tales of Graces f is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 85.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc.
  • Category: Role-Playing

Product Details:

The newest entry in one of the most fanatically followed series today, Tales of Graces f redefines the fantasy RPG genre with its blend of anime-inspired graphics, enthralling depth of story and fast paced, strategic battles. Set amidst the conflict of three kingdoms competing for planetary dominance, the story follows Asbel Lhant and his friends on their adventure to protect the bonds between them, unaware that in time, their quest will shake the world itself.

  • Experience over 50 hours of gameplay on the PlayStation® 3 - Go deep into the story and world of Tales of Graces f with more than 40 hours of core gameplay. After the main quest, take on the Lineage & Legacies epilogue, featuring another 10+ hours of story! Explore new dungeons, fight fierce new monsters, and wield newly created spells, attacks, and techniques!
  • Stunning Visuals - High Definition graphics and stylish cell shading bring attention to the detailed anime art style. Beautiful and spacious environments give players the freedom to explore a truly open world.
  • Master New Combat Styles - Command the "Style Shift - Linear Motion Battle System" to freely switch between fighting styles and deftly evade enemy attacks. Activate "Accelerate Mode" to use powerful new techniques and bring the fight to enemies like never before!
  • Unique Multiplayer System - Enlist the help of up to 3 friends to fight by your side! Players can join the battle at any time simply by plugging in a controller!

Important Information:

"© MUTSUMI INOMATA Tales of Graces f & © 2010 NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc. Purchase or use of this item is subject to the PlayStation®Network Terms of Service, this item's use restrictions, and other applicable terms located at http://www.us.playstation.com/support/useragreements. If you do not wish to accept all these terms, do not purchase or use this item. One-time fee for downloads to up to 2 systems that are associated with the purchasing account "

Rated 2 out of 5 by from A rip off of Dawn of the New World So I am an avid Tales of player. I have played a good majority of the series and its my favorite game series to date. When I saw the previews for Graces, I was so pumped. So it broke my heart after I played this game and it turned into a piece of trash. This game has two major problems and a bunch of minor ones. Some of the minor ones include forced emotions/drama, after the time skip doing nothing but talking about the time before said time skip, lame puzzles that don’t even count as puzzles, and some very unbalanced bosses. But if those things were the only problem with this game, I would give it a 7/10. Because the game mechanics are defiantly fun, and at certain points it does have that “Tales of” charm. So when I first played the game, the major problem for me and my brother was Cheria Barnes. She is a bad character. She is a Mary-Sue whose only characters traits are cooking, being perfect, and being Asbel’s love interest. She unravels the whole plot by being Asbels love interest instead of another characters, therefore taking away any weight that their developing relationship has. All the writing in this game goes downhill after you save Cheria from being kidnapped. Now, if I had written a review for this game right after I beat Graces, I would have given it a 5/10. So what knocked it down? This game, as it goes along, starts ripping off another tales of game called “Tales of Symphonia: Knights of Ratatosk(Dawn of the New World).” As we played Knights of Ratatosk, we started finding things that were identical things to Graces, except Knights of Ratatosk did it better. You would not miss out on anything if you skipped this game and went onto Xillia. The only lose is you would miss out on my favorite character Hubert, but even he is not worth playing a game that will have you ripping out your hair.
Date published: 2015-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game Awesome game where you can freely run around for combat and also enable co op up to 4 players. Its similar to some games on the ps1 so playing it brought back the experience.
Date published: 2014-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game! Another great game from the "Tales of" series. You should get about 60 hours of game play from it. This is a must buy.
Date published: 2014-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tales does it again. This is another great game in the Tales Of series. I would definitely recommend this to any one looking for a great new game to play.
Date published: 2014-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This game is awesome! This is the first tales of game i have ever played and it was a great experience.The gameplay is fun and fast pased the characters are great and an easy to follow story.Though one critisism would be that it is to easy but other then that is a great game to start with.
Date published: 2013-08-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from One of the Weaker Entries When I first heard about the Tales of Series, I hadn't realized how important it truly was. It took the great storytelling of the Final Fantasies and the epic sense of the DQ games and combined them. What could go wrong, right? Well, like the previously mentioned series, the Tales games have some weaker links in their chain of greatness. This game, which originated on the Wii in Japan and had game ruining bugs, is one of them. It was later released on PS3 with the fancy F next to it, which I believe means future. So anyhoo, onto the actual review. The game has one of more action-based approaches to combat in the series. If you're a more traditional Tales fan, you may not like it. I found that it got repetitive quickly...Sound in the game was okay. Nothing really remarkable. I don't think the game has a JA audio track, but with the exception of Asbel and Cheria, the English audio track is pretty good. The graphic are on par with early PS3 games, which is understandable since it once was on the Wii. The Story, however, is mediocre at best and gawdawful at worst...it's plot is decent and the villains are pretty good. However, I only have so much patience for a terrible protagonist, like Asbel Lhant, who is one of the most annoying characters I've ever seen. Furthermore, one of the heroines, Cheria, is just as cliche and boring. Let's just say they are meant for each other...Overall, this is a pretty tedious game that, while decent, isn't up to par with what you should expect from the Tale Series. If you're desperate for Tales action, either get one of the other games, wait for Xillia or try Nino Kuni...
Date published: 2013-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Namco's Tales of Graces f The feeling of having to battle in real time is something I love playing, being able to have a friend jump in at any time for backup.
Date published: 2013-07-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another Good Tales Game I bought this game after beating Tales of Vesperia and to fill in some time for the release of Tales of Xillia. I've played about 60hrs and and the game stills hasn't really grabbed me, the story is really bland, the voice acting is horrible (for most characters, and don't get me wrong I loved the voice acting in Tales of Vesperia probably one of my favorite dubbed games so far) the characters feel really weak and fake, one of the main reasons it's hard for me to play long sessions, but the combat is pretty fun, it's really fast paced and needs a lot of studying of your artes (skills) to maximize damage against enemy weaknesses. Also the characters play differently so if you prefer a certain style of combat, there's probably a character for you. I really dislike the dualize system I find it really cheap and gives a reason for them (developers) to make less weapons and armor (and just to nit pick, accessories don't show up/change on the characters like they did in Vesperia and the lack of costumes; except the PSN ones). Also the world is (so far) really boring none of the places where mindblowning or was like "that's amazing/awesome". But all in all, if you played and liked previous Tales games you will probably like this, if not, you should probably do some more research on the game to see if this is something for you.
Date published: 2013-07-03
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