Tales of Graces F is the latest episode in the renowned Tales series on the current generation of consoles, and the first European appearance of the franchise on PlayStation®3. The story is set against the backdrop of three countries beset by a turbulent conflict and is founded on the ideals of "defending your convictions" and "protecting the people important to you."
For the first time in the Tales series, the combat system lets the player freely change attack style depending on the battle situation. The characters’ distinctive weapons can be swapped for different styles, and the new combat system is easier to control while simultaneously making battles more involving. The title is developed by Namco Tales Studio LTD. in Japan with the aim of bringing to life the rich depth of the evocative characters created by Mutsumi Inomata.
On a world called Ephinea, a civilization flourishes through the use of "Eleth," a substance found in a material called "Crius." Within the world, three kingdoms - Windor, Strata and Fendel - struggle for dominance. In the remote Windor town of Lhant, the eldest son of Baron Aston, a spirited and guileless boy named Asbel Lhant, enjoys the carefree days of his youth with his childhood friends and inseparable comrades. However, an event occurs that makes Asbel determined to become stronger, and so he decides to enter a training academy for knights in the kingdom’s capital.
Seven years pass. Asbel is 18 years old and striving to become a fully-fledged knight. However, he is forced to give up his dreams when his father, Aston, passes away. He cannot escape the obligation he feels to succeed his father as the Baron of Lhant.
Style Shift Linear Motion Battle System
Deep and rich storyline
Huge game content
Renowned creative talent
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Reviewed on 07/09/2013 by
Tales of Graces F is a good game. It's a good RPG on PS3. The game also has the French language.
Reviewed on 29/04/2013 by
Tales of Graces F is great ! Its been delivered pretty quickly (i'm in France) Thank you! very serious!
Reviewed on 25/03/2013 by
I played Tales of Vesperia on Xbox 360, Tales of Symphonia was a great JRPG on Gamecube and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World is one of the best RPG on Wii. Finally, Playstation 3 has its own Tales of... If you want to play a traditional JPRG with a fantastic combat action, a lot of contentts and likeable characters please don't wait anymore: TALES OF GRACES F .
Reviewed on 25/03/2013 by
Tales of Graces F is a great Jrpg, one of the better ones I have played and for really great price. I'm loving it, great game.
Reviewed on 19/01/2013 by
Tales of Graces F is a great JRPG game. The fighting system seems a little bit confusing at the beginning, but you get the hang of it pretty quick. I like the dualing system, in which you can combine items to make stronger weapons and food. The mixer is a nice idea as well: You put items there that are used automatically inside of a fight. The second use are items that can be put in it that are duplicated while you are running around in the field. You need to be patient while playing this game. We play it as a co-op game. It's similar to Eternal Sonata in a lot of aspects. The first player controls most of the menus, the characters in the field and one character in the fights. The second player controls a second character in fight. It can be a little bit boring for the second player because there is not so much to do for him if you are in a city, so be prepared for that. The non-playable time for the second player is not as long as in Eternal Sonata. I liked the fights in Eternal a little bit better, but the story and characters in Tales of graces are more interesting/believable.
Reviewed on 19/11/2012 by
i was very impressed with the speed, cost, and quality of the merchandise i purchased, and have recommended the.hut to several friends doing their Christmas shopping.
Reviewed on 02/10/2012 by
Tales series has quickly become one of my favorite JRPG franchise, surpassing even the mighty Final Fantasy. The story, music and voice-overs are ok but where this game shines is the battle system. The battle system is fast, dynamic and non-stop action which is a great combination with a slow pace exploration. A must Buy for me!
Reviewed on 01/10/2012 by
A very nice JRPG created in the distinctive "Tales of" style. I like everything of it, graphics, music, battle system and so on. I played for a few hours and it keeps getting better, when I start playing I really can't stop. Simply charming. Strongly recommended to all fellows JRPG lovers.
Reviewed on 01/10/2012 by
Tales of Graces F will probably be the last tales game we will be getting for awhile pending on Xillia, to get your Tales of fix or rpg fix you should get this game, the voice acting is good, combat is great, story is good, the art style is great and the OST is excellent.
Reviewed on 29/09/2012 by
I love this game even though some parts are tricky and oh boy does that annoy me ... But the delivery was not bad... It wasn't like next day but at least it came in one piece with no scratches... So I cant complain, I thank the seller for this game.