Al principio de los tiempos, las fuerzas del bien y del mal se enfrentaron en una guerra que acabó por destruir el mundo. Los Dioses de la Luz, victoriosos, utilizaron los cuerpos de los Dioses de la Oscuridad para crear un mundo nuevo.
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The first four Add-On Dungeons
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The Flower Pack
The General-Purpose

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"One of the best JRPGs currently on the market. Strategic turn based fighting, puzzle solving, dating and you play over several generations - very good!"

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20 de febrero

Agarest: Generations of War 2 is out now

http://store.steampowered.com/app/312790

I’m thrilled to say that Agarest: Generations of War 2 is out now on Steam! If you’ve pre-purchased the game then it should now be available to download from your Steam library.

If you’ve not already bought the game then never fear, the 20% discount (with an additional 13% reduction if you own either of the previous Agarest games) doesn’t expire until next Thursday. That means there’s still time to pick Agarest 2 up for just £11.99 (or even less!)

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13 de febrero

Agarest: Generations of War 2 is now available for pre-order

http://store.steampowered.com/app/312790

Agarest: Generations of War 2 will be released on 19th February 2015 priced at $19.99.

As an extra incentive for early birds, anyone who pre-orders the game before 19th February will get two AWESOME benefits: a 20% pre-order discount (33% if you own the previous Agarest games on Steam), and DLC bundle 6*absolutely free, allowing you to use Leonhardt, Valeria and Myu from the previous games and unlocking Extra Costumes for many of the cast, saving you a further $7.99!

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“Agarest Generations of War is the best JRPG on the market today! It offers a ton of adventure, intense story lines, and fighting that total up to be more than 100 hours of gameplay. And the best thing about it is that you control all parts of the characters development and even each generation of powers! What more can you ask for in a game? Nothing! Agarest has everything.”
9.5/10 – At7addak

“Strategy RPG fans will find themselves spoiled with Agarest.”
8/10 – zomgplay

“...A classic exponent of the SPRG genre”
7.5/10 – games969

Acerca de este juego

Al principio de los tiempos, las fuerzas del bien y del mal se enfrentaron en una guerra que acabó por destruir el mundo. Los Dioses de la Luz, victoriosos, utilizaron los cuerpos de los Dioses de la Oscuridad para crear un mundo nuevo.

Ahora, las fuerzas de la oscuridad se despiertan de nuevo…

• Enfréntate a cientos de criaturas diferentes utilizando todos los poderes de tu personaje en un innovador combate por turnos
• Crea un ejército único y domina las habilidades adicionales, las artes especiales y las muertes absolutas para derrotar a enemigos increíbles
• Elige el camino de la luz o el de la oscuridad. Entabla relaciones y utiliza el sistema de generación de almas para crear la nueva generación de héroes

DLC gratuito incluido

Basic Pack - A basic package. It contains 1 each of Resurrect, Capture, and Resist Direction, 2 each of Heal and Refresh, and 5 Vessels of Life.
Offense-Defense Pack- Contains 1 Adaka, 1 Shield Sword, 1 Bird Eye, 1 Magic Frame, 1 Critical Hit, and 2 Seeds of Happiness.
Additional-Points Pack 1 - Contains 10,000G, 100PP, 250TP, and 500EP.
Recovery-Skill Pack - Contains 2 Light Heals, 2 Harvest Heals, and 2 Cure Alls, as well as 1 Prayer, 1 Gospel, and 1 Counter.
Flower Pack - Contains 1 Lucky Charm, 1 HP Up, 1 Resist Ailments, 1 Restore HP 15%, and 1 Restore AP++, as well as 2 Moonlight Flowers, and 3 Tree Spirit Souls.
General-Purpose Pack - Contains 1 Magic Blade, 1 Partisan, 1 Battle Frame, 1 Bracelet of Feicui, and 1 Item Drop Rate Up, as well as 2 Shiny Fangs, and 2 Advanced Heals.
Add-on Dungeon 1 - An add-on dungeon for generation 1. An uncharted adventure awaits you on the Holy Island of Erin!
Add-on Dungeon 2 - An add-on dungeon for generation 2. A new frontier waits to be explored along the Trum Coast!
Add-on Dungeon 3 - An add-on dungeon for generation 3. It's time to reunite with old friends at Magna Val!
Add-on Dungeon 4 - An add-on dungeon for generation 4. Embark on an exciting journey to the mysterious Tresor Island!
Add-on Dungeon 5 - An add-on dungeon for generation 5. Embark on one last adventure into the Deep Forest Naruvia!
Amateur-Breeder Pack - Contains 2 Mithril Beast Claws, 2 Large Mithril Claws+, 2 Big Beast Fangs+, and 2 Stardust Fangs+. This is the week to adore your dog.
Top-Breeder Pack - Contains 2 Stardust Claws, 2 Mithril Beast Claws+, 2 Beast King Fangs+, and 2 Stardust Claws+. Your monster will look nice and pretty with this wonderful new items!
The Role-model Pack - Contains 1 Langguth Sword, 1 S.O.C., and 1 Extra Frame. "Langguth Sword. A holy sword that shines with the sacred light of god." Wow, it couldn't be more perfect!
Ceremony Pack - Contains 1 Alfa Beld Spear, 1 Gate of Hell, and 1 Chaos Frame. These seem like something you use to open a portal to the netherworld, don't they? Be careful...
Elegant-Holiday Pack - Contains 1 Washer, 1 Man's Fist, and 1 Halper Scythe. Wash your dog with the Washer, equip yourself with the Man's Fist, and throw the Halper Scythe. Go fetch! This will add a little spice to your weekend--uh, no. Scythes aren't meant for throwing. That would be really dangerous. Seriously.

Requisitos del sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 2.13GHz Intel Core2 Duo or equivalent
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with 64Mb RAM and support for v3 shaders
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: 3GHz Intel i3 or equivalent
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with 128Mb RAM and support for v3 shaders
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
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Si habeis jugado alguna vez a la saga Disgaea (presente en psp, ds, ps2 y ps3) os gustará. Tiene una historia mas profunda, y mas complejidad en el combate (y mucho menos absurdo).

El juego te proporcionará horas y horas de diversión (Aunque puede llegar a aburrir si no estas acostumbrado a grindear un poco para asegurarte tener un buen nivel).

No recomiendo que compreis los DLCs en un principio.
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Nunca Habia jugado juegos asi, ni Final Fantasy nunca me habian llamado la atencion solo los pokemon de GBA emulado pero.. Dios que entretenido es esto :D esto me anima a jugar otros juegos, una version mejorada, el sistema de ataque por turnos, explorar no tanta libertad pero si algo la verdad me encanto este juego 10/10 y mas los wallpapers y cromos qe estan sexys :3
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Hi everyone, here is the review for Agarest: GOW

To start with, this game is essentially a mix between a tactical role-playing game, visual novel and dating sim, all in anime style presentation.

Features of this game:

1. Deep tactical chess board type battles
2. Party movement based on a world map
3. Story told in visual novel form
4. Wooing of girls occurs in choices and cutscenes

Things that I liked about this game:

1. Battles require strategy and planning
2. The art is attractive
3. Ability to customize party member's gear and stats
4. Character personalities are interesting
5. Solid storyline spanning lots of hours
6. Multiple endings
7. Dating sim is a nice distraction
8. DLC makes things alot easier if you are playing just for the storyline
9. Polished with very few bugs
10. Total Japanese voice acting

Things that I thought could be better:

1. Learning curve is steep. Instruction manual is good to read but not included in the game
2. High possibility for grinding on first play through. This can be avoided after learning how to play the game, but more guidance on this would have been helpful.
3. Dating aspect more a distraction in this game, could have been more fleshed out
4. Unexpected spike in end game difficulty
5. As an older game, the resolution isnt as crisp
6. Music slightly repetitive only because of the countless hours spent in game

Overall, if you are a fan of anime art, visual novel story-telling and tactical role-playing battles with a bit of dating sim, I recommend this game to you
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I'm enjoying my playthrough of Agarest: Generations of War.

Now, you might wonder why I'm not recommending it but enjoying it at the same time. I think the short answer is simply that I don't think many other people would enjoy it. It's a fine line to walk, Agarest has its highs, but it also has a *very* deep low.

Let's get that negative out of the way first:

Combat.

The combat is visceral and flashy. The "Combo" system is well designed and extremely satisfying. It's *really* close to being an absolutely awesome combat-oriented game...but it's not, and this is due to one critical flaw:

Every map is the same.

Yes, every battle map is exactly the same. It's a flat 20x40 (or whatever) area. There's no elevation, there's no obstacles, and besides backdrop changes (used sparingly, I might add) every battle is exactly the same. I've got some experience in tactical tile based games coming into this and I was expecting something along the lines of Final Fantasy Tactics, Disgaea, Vandal Hearts, or even Vanguard Bandits. The first battle started and I saw how the combat played out and I was extremely impressed! Excellent animations and attacks that felt *extremely* powerful and were visually satisfying. I was pumped to see a "real" map to try out after what I assumed was the training map of a flat grid. But the next battle was the same, and the one after that, ad infinitum.

And this makes combat very boring.

Luckily, there's an "auto-battle" system in place. You simply let the game fight for you! So I don't even need to grind out the terribly repetitive combat.

And that's where I've found enjoyment in this title. I spend time setting up my team, leveling them, equipping them, setting up everything and then when I enter combat I pick up my book and read while the game fights for me. I glance up every once in awhile and watch the pretty explosions go off.

The storyline is decent, and it has a real "epic" feel with the different generations you play in. Reminded me of something like Saga Frontier 2. The character interactions in between battles I also found to be enjoyable. Also, controller support is perfect.

It's just that the combat is so awefully repetitive. If you're like me and can enjoy a game even if the combat is really grindy and repetitive then Agarest might be for you to "play" while you vacuum your living room floor. Otherwise look for a different tile-based combat title, it's definitely not like what you were hoping for in that department.
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Agarest is one of my all-time favorite strategy RPG, and favorite of those available on PC.

Gameplay is a lot of fun, especially if you enjoy having a lot of characters to choose from to form your party, each differing from others by the weapon they use, their skill slots and their unique passive abilities and special attacks. Character customization is fairy extensive, allowing you not just select characters’ weapons and armor and allocate their level-up points, but also select exact skills the characters will have available, and choosing skills that will allow your characters to form powerful combination attacks is important for winning.

There is also extensive item and skill-crafting system, and every next-tier item and skill you want to use has to be crafted rather than bought in the next town’s shop. Though once the initial crafting is performed, all skills and some items can be bought from the stores if you want more copies of them.

Story and character-wise, Agarest is definitely among the best games I’ve played. Each character in a very large cast has very distinct personality, and most of them defy standard RPG tropes. And with the story spanning multiple generations, it is interesting to see how long-living characters interact with the descendants of the person they once knew.

The story also leaves the player plenty of choice: there are multiple story branches in each generation, as well as more numerous event where your choice affect your relationship with three potential love interests, determining which of them you can marry in the end of generation (the story is about protagonist’s goals being carried on by his descendants, after all ~.^ ).

In short, I fully recommend Agarest to all RPG fans, particularly the fans of strategy RPGs!
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Very long running strategy RPG with an large roster of characters and a huge selection of monsters than can be captured and also used as party members. Lots of combined attack combinations and specials and a high level post-game can keep one playing for quite a while.

DLC is most definitely not required to play as it is mainly for making the early game significantly easier. (And in fact the vast majority of the DLC items lose their massive advantages by the end of the 4th act and are out-performed by upgraded 5th act or post-game equipment.)

It does have a few downsides I'll admit. It is very slow to start and early on characters are incredibly fragile leading to considerable frustration if you don't know what you are doing and attempting a first run hardmode playthrough to get access to all the endgame content as fast as possible. Additionally you will need some quest area grinding to unlock certain titles that give you recipes and special unlocks.

More a game for those with some patience rather than instant gratification.
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Bought this game because I was really missing the Fire Emblem series/Final Fantasy Tactics and needed to play something similar.

Pros:
- Long with each generation having it's own story line.
- Very Replayable. Choice of mate influences future characters and different possible story outcomes with Dark/Light and turn meter. Can travel back to previous chapters once completed.
- Art is very nice.
- Crafting system allows for a lot of ways to change up gameplay.
- Combat system is and engaging/interesting. Being able to string moves together to make combos (including ultimate moves)

Cons:
- VERY VERY grindy. Party AI in auto-mode is very reckless and will not use skills/items in context (person with Rez skill would attack instead of ressurecting teammate). So you cannot trust automode.Some bossfights are just completely unfair at times due to what the game expects you to be for the boss fight vs what the monsters leading up the boss are actually at.
- Steep learning curve. There's a lot of game mechanics that don't have a lot of good explanation, and some things that look optional are essential for progression.
- DLC weapons are insanely overpowered at the start of the game.


Other:
- Fully voiced japanese audio (with english subtitles)
- DLC is very optional, but very OP when starting out.


I haven't beaten the game yet, but I'm well over 100 hours total. I'd like to get back into it, but I think next time I'll start out with the DLC items to speed the start of the game up. This game will definitely eat up time
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First off: If you intend to play this game, increase the FPS to 45, at least. The game biggest downfall is that is is..slow. 30 FPS near the end may take you quite a while for every fight vs a few mins with 45-60 FPS.

Now, as for what works, the game remind me of diagaea and the idea of aging and new generations taking over is great. The game plays well, the combo and turn system is as good as any and the few bits of fan service may be appreciated or disliked depending on who's playing. The system is easy to get used to and the story, while not overly fleshed out will get a few good or even funny moments in. The out of combat moments, beside walking in the world map and towns, play like a japanese novel game. It is a decent buy for Tactical rpg fans.

P.S. disable most DLC on first play for a more balanced experience (bonus gold and ressources is fine, saves form farming).

-Lost
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Let me be clear: I thought long about actually purchasing it and the reason for that were the negative reviews. The reason why I still bought it in the end were the positive reviews, where almost everyone with a (seemingly) sense for this kind of games said it is still worth it.

After picking it up and playing some: I have to disagree! I am used to grinding a lot, I am used to face the same enemies in a row for some battles. But I am definitely not used to what this game wanted to do to me. The battles got repetitive after the second one! Yes, the second battle after the tutorial was already: "Oh, exactly the same enemies ... well, I guess I will do the same thing as last time then ..."

This is a really bad omen. But I continued, having glanced at the combination-system in battles, the item-upgrading and stuff and the character development.

I also had some weapons from some DLC's or so (The game doesn't tell you anything...) which were 10x as powerful as your other stuff. Which means I kept onehitting everything (I play on hard) with the characters that can equip such a weapon and couldn't deal any damage with all the other characters. I now know those weapons can be disabled, but seriously? This is such bad design, it is stunning!

There are issues on so many levels with the game that I really can't recommend it to even the biggest JRPG-fan. The combat-system has some potential, but the way you should be slowly approaching this potential is done so horribly wrong, I am not even interested in encountering this part of the game anymore. And that doesn't happen a lot with me. The story itself seems okay to me, however the way you interact with it is strange. Sometimes your girls ask you which one you like more. No problems in determining how each one of them reacts. But there are other decisions where you (as you don't really know enough) just decide something and then ".... ah, she likes me more. No idea why, but it said affection up WOW".

The next thing is the weird look. I don't know who had the idea to have the characters in a 2d pixel-style and the surroundings in a 3D modern look. With very poor details, by the way. It would help (and probably be a lot easier to make even) to have this consequent. By the way, this grass / wood- type area you fought in in the tutorial in a forest (where it makes sense) will reappear anywhere. Unless you are in a cave, then the area is in a cave and rocky. However, the are always looks the same. Oh, you were on a road, let me make that a forest clearing for you so we can use this area again. Really, this played a huge part in the repetitive feeling I got after some fights.

I am going to play some more tens of hours of Ogre battles now because that is how you do tactical and challenging combat with options! Or Fire Emblem, because I feel that even this brings me to care for the characters a lot more than agarest did. Which, in the end, is one of the worst things that can happen in such a game.

Overall, I can't really explain why I feel this bad about Agarest. Maybe because I was doubting first, then decided to go for it and am pretty disappointed now. Maybe the points I listed are really all big flaws or the game just doesn't suit me. I just feel that there are better JRPGs concerning combat, better ones concerning the overall story and plot and especially better ones in making me care about my characters. Which, as I said before, is normally where the incentive in those games lies.
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Believe me when I say this... At first, long ago, I thought Record of Agarest War was nothing but a waste of time, and boy was I wrong when I delved into the truly incredible story that spans beyond a single generation in the quest to defeat the source of woe in all Agarest. Sure, it seems simple at first: Defeat Summerill and all is well... ...or is it...? That, my friend, will be up to you to figure out in this unforgettable story of love, betrayal and ultimately... hope for the future of Agarest. DEFINITELY giving this a MAJOR 11/10, sorry Zero fans but i'm in love with the original RoAW more, really. :D All-in-all, truly worth your time as this is one of the few stories that is actually very well thought out and for some scenarios/paths you take can be either hilarious, happy or saddening. Again though... the forks in the road ahead are yours to choose, may the future either shine or darken your path in Agarest... >:)
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Watching the previews for this game, I decided to purchase it looking for a good JRPG time, but it seems I've misjudged this game as there is lots of reading and battling and I often found myself taking lots of breaks and then resuming the game. I'm still playing the game but it seems rather slow. Not like Trails in the Sky or Ys, or other JRPG games I've played. I'd say this game is reserved for weekends where there is absolutely nothing to do as opposed to a weekday game.
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In depth strategy, and an anime storyline are used in an original way in this game.. I am not a big fan of anime, but the game makes up for it in strategy combat, and the length of the game is really massive. Tons of hours of gameplay. I think this is a great game for all of those that are fans of the Chessboard/turnbased type games.
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This game has received criticism and praise from members of the Steam community and elsewhere, so I thought I'd put my two bits in.

Characters - Very Good
Despite a massive cast of around 35 party characters and at least 40 more supporting characters, they managed to make each character distinct, someting I, as an amateur writer, found quite impressive. Murmina ftw. 5/5

Generations - Mostly Good
One of the most interesting parts of this game was the different sections of the world that you explored over time, and each place with a different descendant. Ultimately the game if divided into five different stories, each 24-30 hours long. The generations also vary greatly in quality, from really good (Gen 3) to really bad (Gen 2). For the most part it managed to keep things interesting over the ~140 hours this game takes to complete. 4/5.

Story - Somewhat Good
The game's story is mostly character-driven, with the plot itself being a somewhat cliche "Forces of Light Vs. Forces of Darkness" routine. I personally found the story enjoyable in tis own way, albeit somewhat monotonous at times. If you came here thinking Agarest is like Final Fantasy Tactics you're in for an unpleasant surprise. 3/5

Combat - Somewhat Good
For a game that has so much combat, the system seems somewhat half-baked. Most battles are on a static, flat arena with your party on one end and the enemies on the other. The game has an innovative way of attacking, requiring that you create formations so you can layer on immense combos and artes. I found the whole arte component quite well done, leaving me with no shortage of fancy combinations I could use. However, there became little point when I started to uncover artes like Abyssal Fear, which can literally wipe the entire enemy party with little effort. I would strongly reccomend looking at a guide for the combat system, since the tutorial is pretty bad and it took me forever to learn how to not lose at least one party member per fight. 3/5

Turn System - Mixed
Not much to say here. By fighting battles and the like on the world map, a turn counter increases its count. While there are some events and the like that can only be viewed before a certain turn count is reached, it has little effect overall. 3/5

Fan Service - Mostly Bad
If you've ever googled any of the Agarest games, what you'll get is a flurry of pictures of scantily clad women, not pics of the battles or story. This game just has that much service. While most of it can be avoided, there is always a suggestive scene at the end of each generation (except maybe the last). The fan service even reaches the point where it begins to subtract from the overall plot, and can be just plain tasteless. 2/5

Crafting - Bad
This is one of the game's biggest criticisms. The crafting system is very counterintuitive, requiring the player to remember what each item converts into and remember which enemy drops which items. Most of the time I need a guide just to figure out how to make the simplest weapons. If they improved their logistics and made some items easier to farm then I would have a much more enjoyable time upgrading my gear. 1.5/5

Dungeons - REALLY BAD
A part of the game I really wish they'd left out. The dungeons are lackluster and sparsely populated with aesthetics; the rooms are used and re-used from a small set of templates, sometimes with minor modifications to make them look different. You can run through any dungeon virtually unopposed, since the time until an encounter is reset in a new room, making dungeons a bland 10-15 minute hike if you put in any effort to avoid random encounters, some of which can take a full minute or longer. Some dungeons, like Gen 3's Frozen Woods, are way too confusing without a map and require a guide or a good deal of luck to navigate them with any success. 0.01/5

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Overall - Mostly Good
All in all, this is a decent game considering its length. If it happens to be on a 50% off sale or better, there's really no good reason why you shouldn't try this game.

My advice, though: Have a walkthrough handy. It makes the entire experience more enjoyable.

7/10
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Agarest is a solid game. However, it is only for hardcore JRPG fans due to its difficulty, lack of English voice overs, length (long) and tendency to reward grinding.
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A game that's more than the sum of its many flawed parts.

Story and Characters: Story is pretty good for a non-Bioware RPG, though still not terribly deep or original. There is some character development--perhaps akin to the older Final Fantasy games--but nothing like you'd find in many big-budget RPGs and certainly not what you'd expect in a Visual Novel (which this game sometimes gets tagged as). The inter-generational idea is clever, but isn't pursued as fully as it ought to be. I like the romantic choice aspects of the game, but wished that there were more references to choices made in previous generations (even if they were just throw-away lines), and the relationships felt a bit rushed.

Combat: A lot of clever ideas. Nothing you haven't seen before, but an interesting balance of in-fight positioning, party compsition and weapon choices, and pre-combat preparation, make for a reasonably deep combat system. The biggest problem is fight length: interesting fights take a LONG time.

Crafting system: Once again, lots of good ideas, not always great execution. Crafting isn't overly tedious, but there are too many virtually identical items that only serve to take up menu space, and drop rates on certain crafting materials is much too low.

True End: To achieve the best ending, and unlock a series of end-game dungeons, requires a very particular path through the game; something more akin to a Visual Novel than a RPG. Be warned. Furthermore, completion of the True End unlocks a series of end-game dungeons (and a small story continuation) that requires a TON of farming to complete--easily more so than the rest of the game combined.

Worth Playing?
If you like RPGs with highly tactical turn-based combat mechanics, then yes.
If you like story-driven RPGs, then yes, with some reservations.
If you like RPGs with fast-paced combat--go elsewhere.
If you like VNs with deep stories and meaningful choices--go elsewhere.
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Best Game. Almost like Fire Emblem!~~~ <3 Must Buy!!!! <3
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Publicado: 23 de septiembre de 2014
This game is amazing love the agarest series. its just very hard to get into if your not into japanese art or haveing to plan out how to attack because if you go in attacking without a plan you can loose. If your intrested into japanese rpgs or love strategy turn base games i recomend you get this! Now all we need to do as a pc community is to get the hyperdimention series over to pc because that would be amazing!!!!!!!
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12.4 h registradas
Publicado: 3 de octubre de 2014
If you're looking for a game that'll take you well over 100 hours, then look no further! Record of Agarest War (or Agarest: Generations of War) is a tactical RPG waifu simulator. It spans over 5 generations, each which takes at least 10 hours to complete. It's got a pretty decent story, a good combat system, and good character designs. However, I will give some fair warnings. Auto battle is worthless unless you are uber leveled, The AI piles all of your characters' attacks on one enemy, and is super inefficient. Some parts can be a slog, the story is good and interesting, but some points have much larger gaps in actual story conent than others. I.e. Sometimes it takes 2 battles between a story point, other times it's 10+ battles per story point. Overall it's a great game, but with a few flaws.
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93.7 h registradas
Publicado: 10 de noviembre de 2014
Love the playstyle of it, All in all a good fun game.
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Publicado: 1 de enero
I enjoy this game's storyline. The battles are fun and I like how it has you think about where to put your character's and how to use them. This game is perfect for peoples who are in it for the story and want to continue the story further out of curiousity and determination. I definitely recommend this game to those who havn't played it before.
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