Oh, Maybe Tales of Graces *Really* Has DLC

By Spencer . October 9, 2009 . 11:04pm

image Last week we reported Tales of Graces may have downloadable content after reading a product description on a Japanese retailer. Now another leak, supposedly a scan for a product promotional plan, confirms Graces will have paid DLC. (Thanks for the tip Jenn!!)


The text under the network heading explains users will be able to purchase items with Nintendo Points. There appears to be a free component too, but that part of the scan is chopped off. Something “battle”… wait maybe we should wait for Namco Bandai to tell us what’s for free and what’s not.


Tales of Graces comes out in Japan on December 10. Plans for an international release still haven’t been announced.

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  • Guest

    Most likely crap DLC like Vesperia.
    *sigh* When did cheats become paid for DLC.

    • lostinblue

      As lame as it is… To be honest, I think it’s a good idea from the developer standpoint… I mean you have a dork trying to get through the game who doesn’t want to grind and will pay to level-up?

      It’s money, on the expense of stupid people, can you really say no to it?

      I rather have that kind of DLC, than having to pay to unlock some extra sidequests and stuff, that should be available from the get go.

      • malek86

        I’m all for charging lazy people for level-ups, but the problem comes when they start charging for the extra stuff that should be on the disc already.

        Hopefully it won’t be like that, though I’m afraid it will actually be so.

      • Pichi

        I rather that DLC be for level ups and other cheap stuff Gamesharks and Action Replays do for single player games/games that aren’t recording for online. It’ll be no different than those types paying for those devices. Money might as well go to the developers than a questionable third-party.

  • malek86

    Now you too can have Indignation right at the start of the game, for just a few bucks!

  • I’m not going to complain because hey, at least they’re trying. How many developers make that kind of effort on the Wii.

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