By Spencer . July 14, 2011 . 2:37am
Millia is dressed as Shijou Takane, Leia is Hibiki Ganaha, and Elise is Harkua Amani.
All three costumes will be paid downloadable content, but Namco Bandai have not announced a price or distribution date. Tales of Xillia comes out on September 8 in Japan.
Namco Bandai also released this video of the game’s shop system. Stores in Tales of Xillia level up when you buy items. You can speed up growth by bringing specific materials back to stores.