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Fresh bits for Sonata PS3

Characters, costumes, events.

Namco Bandai has said that the PS3 version of Eternal Sonata will come with new content.

Among the additions are two new playable characters Crescendo and Serenade, a costume system you can use to alternate what your troops wear, and events to help sink you deeper into the storyline (well spotted, IGN).

Eternal Sonata was given the green light on PS3 in September, but will not be arriving on shop shelves until next year.

The Xbox 360 version, however, is already out and has received wide critical acclaim for its sumptuous artistic style, inventive gameplay and wonderful score.

Pop over to our Eternal Sonata review to find out why it is one of our 12 Games of Christmas on Xbox 360.

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