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Liz Maas
Venus & Braves PSP Gallery Update
That purple hair is everywhere!
11.25.10 - 3:41 AM

If you don't pick up Tales of Graces F, Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 3 or... any other Tales game for that matter, you can still overdose on the series. Aside from the Tales-themed curry, twenty of its characters are also apparently invading the Playstation Portable version of Venus & Braves.

Which is why we have a whole bunch of new screenshots of the game - 53 of 'em and a nice piece of artwork to be exact. And yes, that is Sophie - face it, you can't get away from her (and neither can we). Anyway, you might also recognize Asbel, Mint, Cress, Tears, Philia, and some others. You can't unlock or use these guys until you've beaten Venus & Braves at least once, but once you've done so, you can access Braves Legend mode. When you encounter a Tales character, you'll learn some special skill for battle. This mode also includes ten new events.

Venus & Braves has three difficulties - the standard easy, normal and hard, and you can now save in town as well. Dengeki today made available a demo (that's right, you don't need JPSN access this time) which has roughly ten hours of play, including Braves Legend Mode unlocked.

Venus & Braves will be available in Japan on January 20th.


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