“Tales of Graces F” announced for PS3

Today’s Tales Of event officially unveiled the improved PS3 port of Tales of Graces. Since there is a separate thread for the new PS3 Tales game, I’ll make one for this as well.

The F in the title stands for “Future,” and it highlights the main major enhancement over the original game. Aside from the original storyline, a post-ending epilogue storyline has been added to the game. It takes place half a year after the end of the game, and the voiced events in it take up 3 script books in volume. In comparison, the original game itself has 4 script books for the entire game, so there is almost twice the amount of story content being added.

Other additions in the game will include a new costume for Sophie, various new moves and hi-ougis for the characters, and many more. The power point slide at the presentation seems to indicate that there will be a new gameplay system being added called “Accelerate Mode,” and that Richard will be the 7th playable character in the game. It also seems to show a brand new dungeon not in the original game.

As far as the graphics go, the game will be presented in HD, but it seems that they will be keeping most of the assets in the original. The game looks to be a the original assets rendered in a HD resolution ala Sony’s HD Classics line of PS2 ports. The producer did mention that they will be doing adjustments as they see fit to make the graphics look as good as possible in HD though.

The game is slated for release in “Winter 2010,” which probably means December in Japan. About a year after the release of the Wii original. It’s ToV PS3 all over again!

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    • Bryan
    • August 4th, 2010

    If you want to see this and future Tales PS3 games, like Graces and the all new game, in NA you have to show Sony and Namco Bandai that there is fan support. Go to PS Blog Ideas and vote up this idea. http://share.blog.us.playstation.com/ideas/2010/07/30/sony-should-publish-ps3-tales-of-games-in-the-us/

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