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Tales of Bibliotheca to end service

Tales of Bibliotheca, an app that lets you go through the story of Tales of Vesperia, will be ending service on October 30, with chapter purchases ending September 30.
I'm fairly sure it was supposed to have done the other games, but I guess that didn't pan out.

ToZ Site-Sergei & Lucas Added, More Locations

The Tales of Zestiria site updated a few sections today.
Under the Story section, the World page now has the field vidoe up (see here). The locations of Vargran Forest and Camelot Continental Bridge were also added. The Divine page was updated a bit as well.
As for characters, Sergei and Lucas were added.
The other characters got their videos put up (see here).
Under System, the kamui fusion page got updated with screenshots of the others as well as the partner change video from the recent stream.
Normin also has a page with its video too.

ToW-RU Site-Stan & Lion Videos

The Tales of the World: Reve Unitia site now has videos of Stan and Lion up.

ToX2 Costume DLC 2 (NA)

The second set of costume DLC for Tales of Xillia 2 has been released in North America. This time around, it's the school costumes for Ludger, Muzet, and Gaius.
As before, each costume is $2.99.
August 19 update
(And if someone in one of the PAL regions could help me, are any of the DLC costumes up there yet?)

ToW-RU Site-Preorder Illustrations

The Tales of the World: Reve Unitia site updated with the three images to be used for the preorder bonus. If you preorder the game, you get one of these three illustrations at random with a code to download the opening and ending themes, "Hikaru Yami" and "Natsukashii Yume," both by Nami Nakagawa.
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