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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"Nice JRPG - very challenging combat - epic story - try this one!"
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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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7 persone su 11 (64%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
6.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 19 aprile
Forse più avanti proverò a dargli una seconda possibilità, ma un jrpg che richiede di "non giocare" per poter procedere al meglio è un gioco sviluppato male.
Inoltre il fatto che la fortuna sia uno degli elementi più importanti nei combattimenti senza essere però il fulcro del gioco (come in Hand of Fate o simili) lo rende un' esperienza frustrante e per niente divertente...
Sconsigliato, anche ai fan dei jrpg o della square enix.
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33 persone su 35 (94%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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482.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 22 marzo
This is such an underrated game! The whole combat/unions/formations system is really unique, I haven't played any other game with such mechanics. It is a shame the game didn't sell well when it was released.
It is one of the games I come back to replay, again and again. Certainly one of my favourites.
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14 persone su 15 (93%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
33.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 14 giugno
Excellent Final Fantasy syle game with innovative and interesting combat mechanics and a surprisingly good epic storyline. Very high quality production values, nice graphics, decent sound and voiceovers. To those complaining that it is grindy or too hard I say turn on autosave and learn how to use unions and union formations - if you do this correctly you will find that the difficulty level is fine and that grind requirements are acceptable. It is not immediately clear that when you first go it alone you need to add any newly hired characters to your union formations before you fight - do so and enjoy.
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14 persone su 17 (82%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
36.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 13 maggio
I remember when I was a little too young to have a job. I played the demo of this game now and then, trying to figure out what it's all about, how to 'level up' in it, where to go... this game is truly unique and separates itself from any strategy RPG I have ever played. Square Enix hit on something really good with this game, and that is the idea of strategic army-like combat. You get party members of all kinds, from simple soldiers to guild mercenaries with special traits/powers and the generals of Athlum, who are undoubtedly some of the most powerful characters I have. These characters are organized in to "unions" which are groups of units on the battlefield. Improving your characters is done through what actions are taken the most by them, so if you have a character using mystic invocations a lot, he/she will improve in his/her mystic invocations (though you can certainly have them learn more than that, depending on the character). There's no real "leveling system", Battle Rank is more of a bounty-like rating based on how well you've done in battles (except that it doesn't decrease), and will affect how tough your enemies will be from there on out. It's mostly about having your characters use what you want them to get better at, and then utilizing those growing skills on the battlefield appropriately, which I really like to grow them!


Here's the catch that separates this from your typical Strategy RPG: They don't act singly. As I mentioned with the union system, they actually act as a group, so you select from 5-6(?) battle commands which vary based on many circumstances (you can see the wiki page for this game for more on that if you're curious, I highly recommend reading up on it before buying to make sure this game is something you'd want! Even try the demo!) You might get a command that says "Attack using Combat Arts" and "Attack using Mystic Arts". Selecting the first would have all units who possess a usable Combat Art use it, unless the AP cost is too high in which case they'll do a normal attack. The second would have all units who know a mystic art (not all units can be mystic users! Your main character, Rush, however, can learn all mystic arts throughout the story... I won't spoil how, that's what the wiki is for) use the one they know that doesn't go over the AP budget for that turn; Those without mystic arts would do a normal attack. Many factors influence what option shows up the most, or with the results you want, and it's these factors on the battlefield and in the character's training that make strategy all the more important. Organizing your unions appropriately, with formations that match the role you have in mind for them, and proper battlefield wit when the tide starts turning, make this game quite insane.


I highly recommend this game to anyone who is looking for something more... unique in the genre of Strategy RPG. First of all, I recommend reading the wiki, watching some Youtube videos, and playing the demo before you buy. This game isn't for the faint of heart, but it also isn't overly punishing (unless you just try to zerg everything without any forethought at all to your foe's strengths and your own weaknesses) I can safely say, that this is the most unique Strategy RPG I have played to date, on Steam and off Steam.
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121.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 5 luglio
100% Complete Run

I originally played this game back when it came out on PC and thought it was pretty cool. I remember getting stuck somewhere and giving up. Basically without the updated wikiI was not understanding the inticacy of many aspects of the game. The gmae lacks a tutorial for many important aspects of the game and once hindered the ability for some to get into the game. (There really should be a link to the wiki in the description of the game or something because without it I would never have enjoyed it so much.)

Pros
+ Story - The story isn't actually all that bad. While it definitely has its ups and downs, as a whole it changes some of the same old broing troupes of JRPS, while keeping others. The dialogue and voice actors sometimes help make the story predictable, but there are some neat twists and some great characters.
+Gameplay - The game is remanisent of an MMO and traditional JRPG in that there is an overworld map, which you can choose a location to go to. You are then entered into a 3D enviroment where you can move and see enemies running around, like an MMO or Chrono Trigger. You enter combat by engaging with the enemies on these fields and to help do that you have a special ability that allows you to slow time and link enemies together to fight at once, or manipulate in other ways (like avioding them). The combat system is great for seasoned JRPG fans. Its great fun and sometimes great strategy. You can enter towns and go shopping, grab new quests, do guild tasks, and talk to randoms.
+Graphics - For a game thats getting older, the URE3 hold up decently, not ground breaking by any means. Environments are beautiful and fairly detailed, and there are a lot of them.
+Completion - It takes over 60 hours to 100% this game. Took me double that. The list I went by is:
1. All Quests
2. All Guild Tasks
3. All Weapon Upgrades Maxed
4. Rank 8 Conqueror
5. All Arcana Abilities (because they are awesome)

For completing the game you get a new game +. For doing all of those individual things, you should get a lot of items to carry over and a gold bonus, as well as proving you can take down the badest of the bad in the normal game.

Cons
- Story - Short imo. But I guess thats not so bad see as how this game took days of my live away.
-Graphics - Even after years the game still suffers from texture pop ins and Rush's skirt....wtf
-Gameplay - Battles can feel tedious many times over. Sometimes you will get frustrated with certain enemies, most in the story mode. White Conqueror took me 5 attempts. No minigames :(.
-Completion Bonus - All the purple shiny items you get are just Trophies for when you play the new game + mode. That sucks. Also no achievements.


I really liked this game my second time through. Shoutout to the wiki.
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