Fields and dungeons in Tales of Xillia have hidden treasures to find. Scan obscure spots like roofs and trees for sparkly search points and you’ll be rewarded with bonus items. That’s one of the ways to claim treasures in Tales of Xillia. Occasionally, players will see bags lying around with goodies too. Both contain random items, usually materials.
Raw materials can be brought to the game’s shops and used to level them up. Specific materials are not required to develop new weapons. Instead, materials are converted to points and when you earn enough points a shop grows. Exchange specific materials and you’ll be rewarded with bonus points. Building up a shop yields new items to purchase and lower prices on items already in stock. Tales of Xillia has five kinds of shops: weapon, armor, ornament, secondhand, and a restaurant.
That’s artwork for the Tales of Xillia cast above and below we have the two lead characters dressed in Tales of Phantasia costumes. First run copies include a code to download 15th anniversary costumes.
Namco Bandai will also release Star Driver costumes as downloadable content. While we have screenshots of Milla in Kaneko’s costume, we don’t have details like a release date or how much each DLC costume will cost.
Tales of Xillia comes out for PlayStation 3 on September 8.