Excerpt: The Tales series has been around for many years now, spanning quite a few different gaming systems. Now, the latest saga in the story, Tales of Graces f is available on the PS3. The first thing you'll see in any game is the intro video.
Excerpt: Recently I reviewed a game in the Tales Of series. I got to play Tales of the Abyss on the 3DS, and to be honest, before that I never heard of the series. Tales of the Abyss was above average, so that was my baseline until I talked to my good friend Vincent.
Summary: With the closure of Tales Studio in Japan there was a great deal of fear that the future of the Tales series was all but doomed in America. Thankfully that doesn't appear to be the case and PS3 owners finally have a proper entry in the franchise on the Sony console.
Excerpt: Not so long ago (ok longer ago than I’d like) in my childhood it wasn’t uncommon to spend the majority of a week off playing video games – hours at a time chipping away at whatever JRPG I was using as a time sink at the time.
Even Asbel Being a Snot Cannot Ruin Tales of Graces f
1 November 2011
Excerpt: The Tales series has been around for over fifteen years and has spawned over twenty-five games, although not all of these have come westward. The latest, , is the twelfth in the series from Namco Bandai.
Summary: Tales of Graces ƒ is zowel qua gameplay als plot ontzettend sterk. Vooral het gegeven dat de game voortdurend speelt met de scheidslijn tussen goed en kwaad intrigeert en versterkt het verhaal enorm. Het gevolg is een spel dat niet alleen boeit, maar je ook nog eens lang bijblijft.
Pros: Goed plot met interessante thema's, Diepe gevechten, Brede gameplay