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Namco Bandai


Namco Bandai


Role Playing (RPG) (Action RPG)


On the planet Efinea, Asbel Lhant is about to be drawn into a conflict with old and new friends alike as three kingdoms vie for control of the world. Supporting up to four player locally, the Style Shift - Linear Motion Battle System brings a new fighting style to match enemies and PS3 exclusive Lineage & Legacies epilogue provides additional dungeons to explore and all-new enemies to combat.

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Racing Fanatic

09/09/2012 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Tales of Graces f is for Failure, not Fancy or Fun

Tales of Graces f is another game in a line of other Tales games. I consider it a low-end RPG, that attracts players that are in love with anime and manga. Your team of heros are all kids to start out with, Asbel being the main character. After the incredibly long prologue you become teenagers, aside from Malik, who is Asbel's instructor and joins the team later on. The story is your typical evil is taking over the world that your inexperienced and naive team must save. Overall, the story is predictable and lacks originality.

The graphics are ok at best, landscapes are often copied and pasted and can make traveling through different areas boring, as well as get you lost in certain areas. Enemies lack details due to the overhead action style combat where eve...

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  Chris Kavan
Chris Kavan
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08/27/2012 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Moe Money, Moe Problems

I picked this up simply because our weekly game night amongst the MeltedJoystick staff (myself, Nick and Nelson) was in desperate need of a multiplayer game, and this fit the bill. Now, I now that the other two were less-than-impressed with this game, but, as I was the main player, I think I ultimately got more out of it and the elements that other people didn't like so much, didn't bother me as much and in the end this was a solid RPG, even if it didn't bring much new to the table.

Presentation: For the most part, I thought the design was pleasant. Yes, my review title is correct, there is a whole lot of moe here. I don't think it goes overboard, but it certainly drives plenty of the game. If you aren't a fan of the too cute Japanese style that is so popular these days (both in...

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  Nelson Schneider
Nelson Schneider
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08/03/2012 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Instant Balls, Meth Mixers, and Pig… Tails?

“Tales of Graces F” (“ToGF”) is the latest in the venerable ‘Tales of’ franchise that started way back in 1995 with “Tales of Phantasia” on the SNES (which was never released to audiences outside of Japan). I always wondered why so many SNES games were never released outside of Japan; I used to think it was better for Japanese game makers to release their stuff worldwide and let the audience decide whether they like it or not, rather than keeping games that ‘foreigners wouldn’t understand or relate to’ behind closed borders. The ‘Tales of’ series, however, convinced me of the err of my previous belief. While I still have not played “Tales of Phantasia” (despite a Gameboy Advance port that was released in North America), my experience with “Tales of D...

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