Tales of Graces is the 12th Mothership game in the Tales series set to be released on the Wii and Sony PS3. It was formerly known as Tales of Ten, because it was the 10th mothership title made by the Tales team. Tales of Legendia and Tales of Innocence were made by different developers. This game has a "Protect and Defend" theme. The Wii version was released in Japan December 10, 2009. The PS3 Version was released December 2, 2010. It was released under the title Tales of Graces f.
A new DS Minigame has been announced to go along with Tales of Graces. It can only be played using DS Download. You can collect items on that game, then send them to Tales of Graces.
It is unknown if the Sony Playstation 3 Version will have any outside connectivity.
Tales of Graces takes place in a world known as Efinea. The people of Efinea use a substance called Arles which is composed of another substance called Cryas which has allowed the people on the planet to flourish. On Efinea there are three kingdoms—Windol, Strata, and Fendel—who are competing for dominance of the planet. In the remote region of Windol lies the city of Lhant. The eldest son of the feudal lord Aston, Asbel, is a bright and cheerful boy who spent his childhood like any other young boy does; enjoy everyday together with his irreplaceable friends. After a certain incident happened, a new desire awoke in Asbel, he decided to enlist himself in a knight's academy in the capital in order to gain the power to protect others.
Graces takes place seven years after the incident. In his eighth year, Asbel has grown up and established himself as a fine knight. However, at the death of his father, Aston, he gives up his dream to become a knight and takes over his father's position of a feudal lord.
It has been announced that Tales of Graces will be seamless, therefore there won't be a world map.
 Battle System
Tales of Graces features a new Style Shift Linear Motion Battle System (SS-LMBS). This system gives each character multiple styles, which can be cycled through during combat. A new 360 side step feature, named Around Step, has been added. It also features "Hot Switch", a feature that allows you to use the Control Pad on the Wii Remote to chain combos.
The Chain Capacity system from Tales of Destiny 2 Remix makes a return.
 Version Differences
Tales of Graces has been released on the Nintendo Wii, and has a Playstation 3 Version titled Tales of Graces f came out Winter 2010 in Japan and March 2012 for North America. The current differences are:
-Sophie starts out with a new default costume in the PS3 Version
-The Playstation 3 Version is HD
For full detail on the Updated Version of Tales of Graces, visit the Tales of Graces f NeoWiki Page