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The Latest In Tales Of Graces F Download Content
Dress up as *other* Tales characters!
01.15.11 - 12:28 AM

The newest download content for Namco Bandai's Tales of Graces F isn't as bizarre as usual, seeing as there's no strange accessories this time around. Well, except for that clingy thing in Sophie's hair. But this set may actually be more of a treat for fans of the older Tales games. Why? You get to dress up your Graces F cast as classic Tales characters.

In this week's update (already available as of a couple days ago), there is an Anise Tatlin (Tales of the Abyss) costume for Sophie; Natalia LKL (also Tales of the Abyss) for Cheria; Raven (Tales of Vesperia) for Malik; and Zelos Wilder (Tales of Symphonia) for Richard. In next week's update (available January 20th), the rest of the cast gets one: Asbel can be Leon Magnus (Tales of Destiny); Hubert can dress as Flynn Scifo (Tales of Vesperia) and lastly, Pascal gets a Harold Belserius outfit (Tales of Destiny 2).

Each costume, available on the PlayStation network, costs 400 yen ($4.83 US). As usual, for more screens of the characters in these latest outfits, check the newest additions to the gallery below.


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