Mihra, Yama, Qsiti, Sovani... Queste quattro razze convivono in un unico mondo. Un mondo costellato di Remnant, misteriosi artefatti di un tempo lontano. Chi ha creato i Remnant? Quando? E, soprattutto, per quale motivo? Con tutte queste domande irrisolte, i Remnant vennero sfruttati a beneficio della civiltà.
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Data di rilascio: 9 apr 2009

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Mihra, Yama, Qsiti, Sovani... Queste quattro razze convivono in un unico mondo. Un mondo costellato di Remnant, misteriosi artefatti di un tempo lontano.

Chi ha creato i Remnant? Quando? E, soprattutto, per quale motivo? Con tutte queste domande irrisolte, i Remnant vennero sfruttati a beneficio della civiltà. Il mondo era in pace, o almeno così sembrava. Chi poteva pensare che tenebre oscure attendevano smaniose di rivelarsi?

I poteri dei Remnant iniziarono lentamente a cambiare gli equilibri del mondo. L’uguaglianza tra le persone venne soppiantata dalla legge del più forte. E una nuova era ebbe vita: un’epoca di guerre intestine volute da chi era schiavo della propria brama di supremazia.

Mille anni dopo questi antefatti, l’avventura di un giovane eroe ha finalmente inizio.

Una storia emozionante, tantissimi personaggi diversi e un elaborato sistema di battaglia! Square Enix porta The Last Remnant, il suo nuovissimo GdR, direttamente sul tuo PC! Elabora strategie ancora più efficaci grazie al rinnovato sistema di battaglia!

  • Sfreccia in battaglia con la modalità Turbo!
    Puoi giocare le battaglie al doppio della velocità e progredire più rapidamente nel gioco!
  • Nessun leader di unità!
    Nessun leader di unità a limitare le tue battaglie e maggiore libertà nel comporre ciascuna unità!
  • Scopri subito l'equipaggiamento!
    Ora puoi vedere ogni elemento dell'equipaggiamento nei negozi. Scegli accuratamente cosa acquistare!
  • Scegli se impostare l'audio in inglese o in giapponese!
    Puoi scegliere tra doppiaggio in inglese o in giapponese.

Requisiti di sistema

    Requisiti minimi di sistema

    • Sistema Operativo: Windows® XP SP2/Vista® SP1 *1 *2
    • Processore: Intel® Core™2 Duo
      (2GHz) / AMD Athlon™ X2 (2GHz)
    • Memoria: 1.5GB
    • Spazio sull’ Hard Disk: 15GB
    • Scheda Video: NVIDIA®NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600 VRAM 256MB o superiore *3
    • Scheda audio: Scheda audio 100% compatibile con DirectSound® (DirectX®9.0c o superiore)
    • Versione DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c

    Sistema raccomandato

    • Sistema Operativo: Windows Vista® SP1 *1 *2
    • Processore: Intel® Core™2 Duo (2.4GHz o superiore) / AMD Athlon™ X2 (2.4GHz o superiore)
    • Memoria: 2 GB
    • Spazio sull’ Hard Disk: 15GB
    • Scheda Video: NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 VRAM 512MB o superiore *3
    • Scheda audio: Scheda audio 100% compatibile con DirectSound® (DirectX®9.0c o superiore)
    • Versione DirectX®: DirectX® 10 (OS Default) *4
    • Supporta il controller Xbox 360® per Windows®

    • *1 Non supporta Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition e SO specifici per server.

      *2 Supporta 32bit/64bit per Windows Vista®.

      *3 Non supporta schede video per portatili e/o integrate. Non supporta schede video che condividono la VRAM con la memoria principale.

      *4 Utilizza la versione DirectX® 9.0c.
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80 persone su 83 (96%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
93.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 ottobre
The Last Remnant is my favorite JRPG of all time, and definitely holds a place of my top 10 games of all time. Here's why.

This game is wholly unique. Usually, when one says "JRPG", you have a good sense of what you're getting into. Cliched characters (whether you like those cliches or not), quirky personalities, a turn-based battle system, a long convoluted story with plenty of twists, and be prepared to roll your eyes or shake your fist at the screen for some character antics or story twists you saw coming from early on. In The Last Remnant, little of this is true. The story is unique, the art style and characters are unique, some of the twists and story archs are surprising, and the battle system is so unlike anything else you've ever played, somewhere between a JRPG and a large scale strategy game with army simulation elements.

This game is known to be quite challenging. I bought the Xbox 360 version on the game's release date, and have beat the game a few times and put a couple hundred hours into it. After completing my first PC playthrough tonight after about 90 hours, I can say for certain the PC version is about 3000% easier. An update was made to the game that made a few changes that made the PC version exponentially easier, though it is still more challenging than the average RPG. So if you happened to try the 360 version and were turned off by its difficulty, I urge you to try the PC version.

The Last Remnant needs to be commended for its ability to have realistic and relatable characters, and multiple characters you care about and will remember forever. In this game, you are able to literally build up a small army to take into battles with you, where enemies and your people are separated into "unions" rather than each person being separate from one another. It is here where the game brings in large-scale strategy type battles, allowing the unions to act as one unit. Strategy fans will delight in the ability to hire soldiers and characters for their army, picking and choosing people based on their unique skill sets and abilities. You are able to hire people you've perhaps done quests with, or people you've never met that happen to have a skill you've never heard of, just because you want to see it in action. You then pick and choose which people to put with whom, how to set up your unions, etc., giving limitless possibilities for your army. Also, your followers will often ask for certain items, ingredients, etc. throughout the game, which they'll use to upgrade their equipment and become even more badass. (And trust me, this game is full of badass characters.) You can also dictate how your soldiers level up, as they ask you from time to time if you want them to delve into a different skill set or art style.

Even if the game had a terrible story and cliched characters, the battle system would keep me crawling back. Battles are by far the best part of this game. While some will say that some boss battles can be "cheap" or "unfair," I'd argue that your characters also unlock plenty of abilities and special moves that are just as if not more cheap or unfair to the enemy (Blackout is ridiculously powerful, for example, and that's a move my unions ended up using frequently). In summary, fights can be nail-biting, because you are constantly reminded that you are fighting enemies that are just as skilled and able as you. Will you still scream at the game in frustration? Sometimes, yes. But I've personally also nearly broken things with excitement when a single decision or a stroke of luck turned the tide of battle. Also, I'll let it be known that I find games that are hard just to BE hard quite annoying and to be little to no fun. This is not a game that is consistently cheap or unfair. It can be extremely challenging, and you'll call BS on a fight from time to time, but with strategy, that same fight on your next try could be immensely rewarding and much simpler.

The Last Remnant is a refreshing game in a genre that is usually predictable. It has a gritty realism that is usually reserved for western RPGs. It also respects its characters. You'll find no little girls with parasols fighting in battle, nor will you have a guy insist on being shirtless while on the battlefield (seriously...whenever I see that, I think about how easy it'd be to take them out). The characters--while they can be quirky and humorous at times--are never walking cliches. Each woman or man has her or his own personality, back story, goals and motivations--and YOU get to decide whether or not to add them to your army and help them grow over time.

This game is a true gem. It is nothing less than a crime that a game of such originality is not mentioned in conversations of JRPGs more often. This is the JRPG that I hold every other JRPG up to--and until we get another game in this universe, I see no other game coming close. I cannot recommend this game enough.
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26 persone su 29 (90%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
133.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 1 novembre
Love this game still looking for more like it for PC! The PC controls actually worked and weren't too akward, the option to have english subtitles and original audio really speaks to me.

Recommend this to any JRPG turn based fans out there, you will not regret it.
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21 persone su 22 (95%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
53.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 1 novembre
I originally started this game on the 360 but never was able to finish it, partially because of the ridiculously skewed leveling system and partially due to a red ring of death. Despite my inability to get past a boss fight around 80 percent of the way through the game, I really enjoyed it, so I was glad to see this game on Steam.

I was even more glad when I started to play TLR again and realized a couple of things: it's a lot easier if you understand the skewed leveling system (and I'll get to that in a second) and the PC version has made a lot of interesting quality of life improvements to the game. Really, it feels like the only thing missing from the PC version is... achievements. (Okay, actually, my other complaint would be that whomever did the cutscene animation has apparently never watched a living person walk before because the modeling is terrible but -- that's minor.)

So back to the leveling system. TLR is really interesting in that it removes all control from the player in terms of leveling characters and, to a certain extent, control over a character's actions in battle. So while the lack of control will take some getting used to I actually think the battle system is really fun, if unique. The leveling system, however, causes problems. Essentially TLR has two leveling stats: individual units/character stats (which the game auto-levels/assigns for you) and battle rank, which levels your entire party/army. What I didn't realize the first time I tried the game on the 360 was that having a high battle rank is... actually really bad. The higher the battle rank, the longer it takes for stat increases and the harder the enemies are to beat (to the point where if you have too high a rank, like I did, a boss battle literally becomes a one-shot and completely impossible encounter). So, I'm definitely having a much better play-through on the PC because (a) the PC version seems to have reduced some of the connection between battle rank and difficulty and (b) despite how counter-intuitive it is to NOT level in a RPG, I've managed to keep my battle rank pretty low.

That said, the game has an interesting storyline (that I'm eager to finally finish) and is definitely a completionist's nightmare. The main questline is actually fairly short but there's a MILLION sidequests and a couple hundred challenge quests (e.g., kill a specific monter, find a particular item, gain a specific level, etc.) so there's a ton of stuff to do.

If you have a good 40-50 hours to kill, you like the idea of transhumanism, and you like SquareEnix, or just JRPGs, I definitely recommend this one.
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14 persone su 18 (78%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
107.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 settembre
A lot better than the Xbox 360 version...this PC version gives you a lot more control over the battlefield.

Surprising large file size and CPU requirements.

* you have many options to turn that down though *

Battle system like the old "SaGa" games...keep your battle rank low unless you want bosses to one-shot you.

If you have the time and space to download this title and enjoy challenging RPG's...do give this a try !!
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10 persone su 12 (83%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
18.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 13 ottobre
if you love final fantasy or you like real rpg games with a incredible story , then you should buy this hidden gem !
the batle system is absolutely amazing .
watching trailer of this game doesnt do it justice, you have to play it to experience it .
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7 persone su 9 (78%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
17.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 ottobre
I played this game when it came out on Xbox360 and loved it then. When i bought it on Steam I knew i was gonna play like crazy. I love the idea of squad style combat. This game deserves so much praise. Wonderful graphics, beautiful voice acting, and the story is so good. I recommend this game to anyone who enjoys RPG's
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5 persone su 6 (83%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
11.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 agosto
Thor is in this game. It's a must play.
10/10

p.s. Square Enix is the best
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7 persone su 10 (70%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
127.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 ottobre
Has a pretty cool turn-based combat system. The story is ok, but you kinda play this game for its looks and combat system. Has a very FF feel to it.
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4 persone su 5 (80%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
51.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 novembre
The Combat system is full of random,but it turns out to be very fantastic. The story isn't attractive, but the characters are impressive. And it will be difficult for those who play at their first time.

战斗系统充满随机性,但恰恰是由于这种随机让战斗充满乐趣。故事情节一般,可控角色十分多,主要角色塑造得较为饱满。但对于初次玩这个游戏的玩家来说可能难度较大。

8/10
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4 persone su 5 (80%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
332.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 dicembre
Great story, great soundtrack, more than 80 hours of playtime, combined with a cool (although sometimes unfair) and unusual battle system. One of the best and most underrated J-RPGs out there. Period.
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7 persone su 11 (64%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
151.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 ottobre
Fun spin. Interesting mechanics.

Storty is pretty decent.

If you like JRPGs, this is a msut have.
If you like CRPGs and want to try a JRPG, this si a pretty good one to start with.
Questa recensione ti è stata utile? No
3 persone su 4 (75%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
120.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 28 giugno
This is a good JRPG.

the soundtrack, combat system and graphics are all great.

you gotta git it :P
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3 persone su 4 (75%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
64.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 luglio
A very original twist to the good ol' RPG genre.
Testing your strategic abillities and assembling your own groups with units to fight enemies!
The gameplay element here is wonderfully unique and fun to play along with, it almost never gets old!
And if you do manage to get a bit tired of the gameplay, you have the wonderful story to enjoy~

For me it was definetely a blast to play trough this game, i feel like there was so much care put into it, from the voice acting to the animation.
It's definetely a reccomendation for those who like a bit of innovation and challenge, and for those who easily enjoy a great story~!
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3 persone su 4 (75%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
125.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 25 settembre
Excellent RPG.
The battle system takes a while to be mastered but, it's just awesome.

If you play the game without worring about secondary quests, rares and epic hidden events, you'll miss 80% of the game.

Wikia is your friend with this game !
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3 persone su 4 (75%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
161.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 ottobre
Well this game does NOT deserve less than 7/10. It has some weird mechanics, spawns, etc. But if you do like RPGs with a nice plot, here is your game.
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3 persone su 4 (75%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
63.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 18 novembre
The game feels like an experiment, and to me, it worked. A large roster of character, intricate story and gameplay. This is an unique rpg and worth a play if you can get it for a good price. You control and command squads and perform large scale fights rather than xv4 fights. The game is a turn by turn RPG in essence, but you quickly notices differences. You can have as much as 50 enemies on the field and have to make careful desision during combat. The indirect feeling of the gameplay may put off some of you, but i enjoyed the experience, i wish the compagny would take more chance and give us more of this.
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4 persone su 6 (67%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
1.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 ottobre
I originally had (still do) this game for the Xbox360 but everytime I try to play through 'Nest of Eagles' the game freezes halfway through the fight. I really enjoyed this game, and I'm glad I have aother chance at it. Square has made a lot of mistakes these past few years but The Last Remnant still stands up as another unforgettable rpg that dove into a new world of mechanics and attitude.

Yay.
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5 persone su 8 (63%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
87.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 novembre
There are lots of good ideas here but the execution is so excrutiating that it will leave you wondering what you played and why no one saw the many problems that would form during development.

I can seriously go on for pages about what I don't think works but I suspect the rundown for JRPG lovers is this: If you're going to stick to the surface you're going to have a bad time because you aren't going to understand anything and you might not be able to make it through the game. If you go in medium-depth, you're going to realize you missed out on a lot and that it takes forever to find anything without a guide- and even then, it will be a taxing journey through page after page of wiki and entering/exiting areas to fight rare monsters you're not even sure really exist. If you go in deep you're just going to be frustrated to realize that at the end of the day the game is a roulette that you must subtly influence in truly inane ways and can screw you no matter how clever, thorough or prepared you are when it counts.

At any level you'll find something to love, but so many things that mar it so bad that you can't help but realise they wasted it completely. I beat the extra dungeon for no reason other than that I was on uppers the entire time.
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6 persone su 10 (60%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
8.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 18 novembre
I personally think The Last Remnant had a lot going for it, I'm a sucker for Square's fantasy aesthetic and the whole command entire squads instead of single characters. It was on the right track with the battle system, but I feel it dropped the ball on how little customizability you had and the how the scaling difficulty makes the game neigh unbeatable if you levelled up your soldiers too much. As much as I actually like it I wouldn't recommend The Last Remnant for anyone other than diehard jrpg fans like myself that find the genre woefully underrepresented on steam. Now I excuse me as I pray to lord Gaben to bless us filthy masses with Lost Odyssey.
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8 persone su 14 (57%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
17.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 26 giugno
This game had potential, but didn't quite meet the expectations. The game has a pretty interesting story enough to grab your attention every cinematic, and interesting battle system. However, the game is ruined by the lack of customization. They throw you into a world with no help at all without explaining anything about the game such as battlerank, unit battlerank, and how the character's stats are distributed. It becomes a headache trying to google everything you need to know and trying to understand how the system works. And, time to time, you will run into situations where you will need to google informations about the quest, weapon upgrade informations, that "should" have been in the game.
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