From the void, the gods of darkness and light created Agarest, a most perfect and divine world. As the generations passed, paradise sadly fell to the ravages of time. War darkened the skies and Agarest soon became a torturous hell as the gods divided and immense armies clashed, desecrating the once beautiful...
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“All around, Agarest Zero is a great Strategy RPG that PC gamers should be delighted to have.”
Gamepinion

“The story, the characters, the art style, and the addicting combat all tie in together to make a beautiful package.”
8.5/10 – Chalgyr's Game Room

“For those wanting to delve deep in a grind-heavy SRPG that has a fun battle system, you should definitely check this game out.”
8/10 – Niche Gamer

Sobre este jogo

UNCOVER THE EPIC STORY PRECEDING #1 SELLER, AGAREST: GENERATIONS OF WAR


Following hot on the heels of the number 1 top selling epic SRPG “Agarest: Generations Of War”, Ghostlight are proud to announce its prequel “Agarest: Generations Of War ZERO” bringing an enticing blend of in-depth strategy and epic multi-generational storytelling to Steam!

...From the void, the gods of darkness and light created Agarest, a most perfect and divine world. As the generations passed, paradise sadly fell to the ravages of time. War darkened the skies and Agarest soon became a torturous hell as the gods divided and immense armies clashed, desecrating the once beautiful land…
After many years with the war in deadlock, Sieghart, a young officer loyal to the armies of light, passes through the scarred mountains on a perilous mission. There, he meets a strange girl and unknowingly changes the fate of the world forever.

  • Watch the story unfold as you battle the enemy hordes in over 80hrs in a compelling and innovative turn based-based combat system
  • Choose the path of Darkness or Light through a truly epic story, spanning multiple generations
  • Build your ultimate army of warriors and master Extra Skills, Special Arts and Over Kills to defeat colossal enemies!
  • Use the all new Card Skill System to create your hero’s unique persona.
  • Featuring stunning new and beautifully animated character portraits.
  • The Soul Breed System returns! Unite with your chosen bride to shape the fate of the next generation of heroes

Agarest: Generations of War ZERO exclusive game features!

Agarest: Generations of War ZERO contains many of the unique features found in the first release of the series such as Extended Areas allowing you to chain attacks together in huge combos, the Blacksmith’s Guild for experimentation in crafting of items and weapons and of course, the Soul Breed System where you must carefully choose your bride as this decision will directly affect following generations.

In addition to these existing game features, the following new features have been added:
The new Vacation Days allow you to get to know your party members better and unlock bonus items and locations by visiting various places in the towns. Also, as you build your relationship with the rest of your party you will unlock new costumes for them to wear.

Character portraits displayed during conversations have been vastly improved with the implementation of Motion Portrait. This brings characters to life with subtle animations really helping to enhance the stunning artwork.

With various other changes such as improved graphics and a brand new Card Skill System to allow you to customise your starting character, this is a prequel you won’t want to miss.

Exclusive to the PC version, this new and improved version of Agarest: Generations Of War ZERO now features Cloud Saving (which has also been added to Agarest: Generations Of War very recently). We’ve also added the ability to decide which direction you wish the controls to be offset along with a revamp of the DLC menu giving you control to pick and choose how DLC is added to your existing saves. As expected there is full mouse and keyboard support, full gamepad support, Steam achievements, higher resolution art and a number of other user interface changes to ensure that PC gamers receive the best gaming experience possible. We are pleased to announce that a selection of collectible Steam Trading Cards are featured, whilst DLC is included in the game completely free of charge with other bundle packs of DLC available to purchase separately after release.

Included free DLC

  • A Deputy's Gift Pack: Contains 4 Flame elements, 4 Ice elements, 4 Thunder elements, 4 Wind elements, 4 Earth elements, 4 Darkness elements and 4 Light elements
  • Upgrade Pack 1: Contains 2 STR UP, 2 VIT Up, 2 Agi Up, 2 Int Up. 2 LUK Up and 2 Max HP Up
  • Healing Hand Pack: Contains Healing Hand Pack
  • Upgrade Pack 2: Contains 2 STR UP+, 2 VIT Up+, 2 Agi Up+, 2 Int Up+. 2 LUK Up+ and 2 Max HP Up+
  • Health and Guard Pack: Contains 2 Marfile Seed, 2 Vessels of life, 1 Revive, 1 Dryad's Soul and 1 Requiem Bracelet
  • Legendary Items Pack: Contains 2 Divine Branch, 2 Unicorn Horn, 2 Moon Fragment, Magic Crystal Chip, 1 seed of Happiness and 1 Bracelet of Feicui
  • Dream Prophecy Pack: Contains 2 Damascus, 2 meteoric iron, 2 generation crystal, 2 lapis noster, 1 shiny fang and 1 whispered dream
  • Logistic Support 1: Contains railgun, divine guard, crystal bracelet, dark bracelet and bracelet of light
  • Fall from Grace Pack: Contains Big Black, Black bustier, Angel Halo and Angel Wing
  • Stout Defense Pack 1: Contains extra frame, chaos frame, Heaven's End and E.O.M
  • Squalid Chicken Pack: Contains rusty sword, rusty bracelet. rusty ring, funky chicken and chicken ring
  • Nobility Pack: Contains Princess Bustier, Princess's Tiara, Imperial Guar and levitation stone
  • Loral Beast Pack: Contains Seiryu's sword, Genbu's gauntlet, Byakko's Bracelet and Suzaku's Ring
  • Stout Defense Pack 2: Contains Dragon frame, Demon frame, Mighty ring, Dismal Sylph and Prometheus Bound
  • Extra Points Pack 1: Contains 5000 gold, 50PP 150TP and 250EP
  • Extra Points Pack 2: Contains 50000 gold, 150PP, 350TP and 5000EP
  • Add-on Dungeon 1: An Add-on Dungeon for Generation 1 - A new adventure awaits in the Fohites Ruins
  • Add-on Dungeon 2: An Add-on Dungeon for Generation 2 - Explore the Neige Snow Field

Requisitos de sistema

    Mínimos:
    • SO: Windows XP
    • Processador: 2.13GHz Intel Core2 Duo or equivalent
    • Memória: 1 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with 64Mb RAM and support for v3 shaders
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Armazenamento: 5 GB de espaço disponível
    • Placa de som: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    Recomendados:
    • SO: Windows XP or later
    • Processador: 3GHz Intel i3 or equivalent
    • Memória: 4 GB de RAM
    • Placa de vídeo: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with 128Mb RAM and support for v3 shaders
    • DirectX: Versão 9.0c
    • Armazenamento: 5 GB de espaço disponível
    • Placa de som: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
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Warrof
( 15.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 14 de março
I love this game, BUT you need to ignore Character creation and google for good builds.

Unless you wanna waste your time trying to find 1 really good build out of the 53,000+ weapon card combinations for each class card.
indecendence
( 4.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 6 de março
Personal Rating: 6.5 of 10

I have not played any Agarest title previously nor come across it. In my mind a generic JRPG genre means you get to move freely and engage in combat. This game however, is more visual novel style and you only get to control your characters during combat. Travelling is done via selecting dots on the map. The story focuses towards relationship between your members.

Combat is very satisfying as they can be challenging and strategic with the wide arrays of spells, abilities, items, equiptments and combos. Overall the game is great if the above genres appeals to you.
Dynaeres
( 4.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 4 de março
It takes hours to create enough resources for specific tools and armor, Well played.
renatodepaiva
( 266.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de fevereiro
I have not played the 1 before playing this, so i can't really compare the two. All i can say is that i really enjoyed the game (although some of the achievements require a brutal grinding - yes i'm looking at you, 10k enemies/2k battles). Other than that, i really recommend it! The variety of the combos you can make and the huge amounts of characters make replay natural!

Btw, you can import a save from Zero to 2, in case anyone is wondering.
Da Killah Genius
( 92.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 23 de janeiro
Lets See
I would only recommend this game to the die hard fans of Agarest. 1st time playing Zero, its very hard, you have to grind hard between the 2 generations. Theres also a digest mode where you play the original Agarest (which means, you get to play with 2 characters from the original and you'll be playing through 100% of the story). Features remain the same, same Attacks, Spells & Items. Totally different story, Its kinda pointless playing digest mode unless there was something missing from the original. What makes digest mode hard is that it has you only fighting major battles, not the minor battles. Back to zero, the game itself can be long and difficult for the 2 generatiions, after you get done beating this game, you might think, d@mn, the story was short, but the battles are crazy hard (1st time you play). Overall, Its a good game to play, I rather stick to the original.
Rishnu
( 0.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 7 de janeiro
Makes me fall asleep every time I try to play it. Great Rest aid!
Bacchikoi
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Publicada: 5 de janeiro
Well, I wish I could write a gleaming review like most other people rating this game, but I can't. The game was virtually unplayable. My xbox gamepad was completely inoperable despite changing input method in the game settings (and updating drivers). Additionally the game crashed every time I would click "Start new game". I tried several fixes with no improvement. Viewing the forums of the game I see I'm far from alone with these issues. The gameplay may be great but you're playing a game of roulette whether or not you will actually get to play it.
Moogle
( 80.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 5 de janeiro
Sadly a little bit shorter than the prequel, but still a solid S-RPG. Play Agarest Generations first to unlock hard mode for this game. WARNING: Only for masochists!
william933
( 44.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 1 de janeiro
Takes what made the first one good and makes it even better.
Doesn't drag on as the first one did making the game a better experience and easier to come back to.
Was a lot of fun. Liked the characters. Challenging at points, but fair over all.
7/10
ChooWoo
( 12.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 30 de dezembro de 2015
After rather hesitantly starting the Agarest series, I can honestly say it is everything I was hoping StellaGlow would be. Any fan of the Trails in the Sky series or those who enjoy Fire emblem but find them 'too challenging', this is the game for you.
Createur
( 0.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de dezembro de 2015
My grandmother goes at a faster pace than this game.

And she's dead.
Reap
( 0.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 26 de dezembro de 2015
Im pretty done with the JRPG element 8bit era. I did it to death in the 90s. I dont need it again.
Danilo_Frank
( 125.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 22 de dezembro de 2015
Ae pessoal,

Recomendo, tem suporte para controle igual para quem jogou o agarest war, possui tb o combate automatico, se enjoar coloca modo janela fica assistindo anime ate a luta acabar. Assim aproveita só a historia.
Nesta promocao dlc 4 reais recomendo escolher algum.
Quando vc terminar 1 vez e jogar extra mode, vai ir ao futuro e jogar o agarest war, entao recomendo comprar e jogar este pq ira aproveitar a historia dos 2.

Nota 8/10, porque realmente chega uma hora q as lutas ficam maçantes igual igual e igual para poder upar.

Flw
Old Gregg
( 1.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 20 de dezembro de 2015
Does not work with Xbox One controller or Steam Controller.

Until they fix the controller issues or at least list it as partial controller support I have to say not recommended.
GusDeCooL
( 0.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 8 de dezembro de 2015
i dislike the battle system.
xMMx
( 19.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 30 de novembro de 2015
Agarest: Generation of War Zero, my opinion: "Hardcore" and good RPG, need much farming and need "brain" too, its complex game. Agarest: Generation of War Zero, It is not a game for everyone. Not bad story, much combos, much strategy, many choices. You want complex RPG? Choice this game.

Note: 8/10.
Lord Ilpalazzo
( 0.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 16 de novembro de 2015
tl;dr
MrMellao
( 27.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 13 de novembro de 2015
Repetitivooooooo ...... nossa ... joga 1 luto 'e igual a jogar todas .... e a historia nem vale tanto a pena assim para eu terminar
Tesuna
( 54.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 3 de novembro de 2015
I played Agarest generations of war 1 and 2 on ps3 and this game brings so much nostalgic feeling. Great tactic game and a great storyline.

A little bit too easy if you use all the free dlc items you get from buying it on steam, so sell everything or turn of dlc if theres a option somewhere to have a more challenging playthrough.
Nellion
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Publicada: 30 de outubro de 2015
It has crashed twice already
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I love this game, BUT you need to ignore Character creation and google for good builds.

Unless you wanna waste your time trying to find 1 really good build out of the 53,000+ weapon card combinations for each class card.
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Lets See
I would only recommend this game to the die hard fans of Agarest. 1st time playing Zero, its very hard, you have to grind hard between the 2 generations. Theres also a digest mode where you play the original Agarest (which means, you get to play with 2 characters from the original and you'll be playing through 100% of the story). Features remain the same, same Attacks, Spells & Items. Totally different story, Its kinda pointless playing digest mode unless there was something missing from the original. What makes digest mode hard is that it has you only fighting major battles, not the minor battles. Back to zero, the game itself can be long and difficult for the 2 generatiions, after you get done beating this game, you might think, d@mn, the story was short, but the battles are crazy hard (1st time you play). Overall, Its a good game to play, I rather stick to the original.
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This one is better than the last of.
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muito bom recomendo para quem curte rpg
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Publicada: 28 de abril de 2015
Não vá esperando um final fantasy tactics.
Recomendo pra quem não tem grandes expectativas.
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In Agarest Zero, you play as an extremely generic desu hero and try to pick up all those kawaii waifu's so you can have children to fight the evil monsters that are invading the world.

5/5 Sugoi game

But really, it's a pretty solid tactical JRPG/Visual Novel. For the price of 19,99€ i can certainly recommend purchasing it, especially when considering you get a ton of DLC with the purchase that wasn't free when the game was originally released on PS3.

The game is rather long as well, your first playthrough might take about 60-80 hours to finish. You can also port over your character saves from Agarest: Generations of War for some extra stuff.
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Não tem suporte a controle !! não recomendado pra quem gostou de generations of war !!
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Publicada: 18 de abril de 2014
Agarest: Generations of War Zero is a Tactical Japanese Roleplaying Game a prequel to its predecessor.

The story is set in the world of Agarest literally scarred by a war between the forces of light and darkness.
The game starts with Sieghart a young commander of the Armies of Light and his division assigned to a special mission to collect some kind of trumph card that would win the war. They get attacked by the armies of darkness during this assignment and after repelling the attack Sieghart finds a girl cornered by a sort of lesser god a "Larva" he proceeds to rescue her but gets mortally wounded. In his last moments the girl asks him if he wishes to live and grants him power healing his wounds. This newfound power was more than enough to defeat the weak Larva.

As a prequel the game has lots of references and assumes you know most things about its lore, I would recommend playing Agarest: Generations of War first if you plan to play this one, though not necessary as after ending the game you can make a new game+ in Extra Mode which allows you to play a digest version of the first game and you unlock profiles which enlighten you further.

The game's art style is quite good, though some of the female characters have provocative clothing, it is far from what most people seem to describe. There is some fan service though which is completely secondary to the game, which are the CGs, appart from some that might be a little awkward, they are all very well done and are a nice little bonus.
The voice acting and the translation I am not able to review thoroughly as I don't know Japanese, but since I've watched enough anime (and asked the opinion of a few friends who understand Japanese) I'd say the translation is good apart from maybe a few exceptions. The Japanese voice acting like in most JRPGs is nice because it usually beats any english dub.

The gameplay is the same as the first:
- Turn based combat, in each turn you have a move phase and a action phase.
- The party consists of 1 to 6 members.
- Each turn you gain AP (action points) which allow you to move or attack.
- During the move phase you are allowed to move your characters up to their move stat by spending 1 AP per square.
- During the action phase you are allowed to attack (and be attacked) spending AP or both AP and SP for special attacks (called Ex Skills).
- SP is gained by attacking, getting targeted, slaying an enemy or having a party member slain.
- The order in the action phase is determined by a character's AGI and remaining AP for both party members and enemies.
- There are also Extended Areas, which are different to each character, when you link characters through these you can strategize in various ways as they allow you to make combos with more than one character and attack monsters that would otherwise be out of the range of certain characters/attacks.
- As you progress through the game you unlock fields, different fields have different sizes and different bonuses/penalties.

I recommend watching a few gameplay videos or a video of the tutorial (if existant) as it would be much easier to understand.


When compared to the first game, Agarest: Generations of War Zero has several improvements:
- The game is slightly shorter which made part of the community happy (on the other hand it lost generations (from 5 to 2) and it has less characters, though you can still have Ellis, Dyshana, the protagonists and the heroines of the first game in Extra Mode and the others by DLC).
- Vacation Days which are events where you can interact with your party members in order to raise affection levels or unlock certain bonuses/secrets.
- Costumes which are literally costumes for every female character which change depending on their affection level, these will only appear in Vacation Days unless chosen otherwise in the options menu (I regret to say that after unlocking the costumes it isn't possible to chose which one appears it will always be the one that corresponds to the affection level).
- Card System, now this in my opinion is the best improvement you can costumize the first main character making him much more versatile than the one from the first Agarest.
- The portraits are no longer static and are considerably better.
- Beach scenes!
- Vashtor in white armor, 'nuff said.

Ignoring the last improvement, in all seriousness, the game is enjoyable (In my case I'd say a lot of fun as I've also played it before in PS3 and I'd say the PC version is better as I found it more fluid).
Personally I just thank Ghostlight for porting JRPGs to PC since it has few when compared to consoles.
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Find your waifu, make a baby. Find your baby's waifu, make another baby. Waifu Simulator/10. Would buy.
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As with the Origional, Zero is a true work of art. The Generation system is vastly improved from the original, and the affection system adds its own level of stratagy. The gameplay, while at first glance appears simple, is, in a word, "Multi-Layered". Mastering Esoterica and Combination arts is key to not only surviving some of the most difficult battles, but also recieving some of the best items in the game. With that in mind, I would be remiss if I didn't mention the Agarest Wiki that contains truely invaluable information on the game itself.
While i love the game, I have to mention two dissapointments I have in concern to the actual game itself. First, the monster capture and combination system can be a boon to any player. If only for the Title System and the High End items you can get by using it. However, capturing monsters can be a chore sometimes, and often feels like a waste of time due to the grind required to max it out.
Second, the blacksmithing system has one infuriating element that i wish they had eliminated from the origional. That is the Random Item system that occures while smithing. On occasion, while crafting items, instead of the desired item you recieve a random craftable item instead. This still uses the materials, and after 3000 craft attempts, I only recived one item I cared about, or was useful. Instead you generally recive items that are either utterly useless, or are low level and already abundant.
As to the Steam download, it has one major glitch i was unable to remedy. Unfortunatly, there is a glich where on many characters in both conversation scenes and in the gallery, the characters images are obsucered by all the other alternate appearances being layered over eachother at the same time. This takes away from the character and story driven expreance that is essential to any JRPG.
On a possitive note, the Steam DLC is absolutly fantastic. Without it, many cassual gamers may find the baseline grind to level up and aquire both Gold and EP to be a daunting task. After purchasing the DLC it was almost like starting a new game + without ever having to have played the game.
I would recomend this series to anyone who enjoys JRPG's or RPG's in general. For a more epic experience I suggest playing the original and then loading over the completed game data to Zero.
All in all, I'd give this game a solid 9 out of 10.
As a simple footnote I would suggest that due to suggestive sexual content in this game, parental supervison is advised.
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I like this game. The combat system is really interesting and cool. the character designs are great. The characters themselves are pretty cool. The storyline and setting are great.

It's really repetitive. It's really repetitive. I'ts reeeeaaaallllyyyy repetitive. Every battle is basically the same throughout the whole game, just with different monsters. I know, a lot of games are like that. But you really start to feel it with this game. It's really repetitive. After a certain point in the second generation, the game has a huge upspike in difficulty, meaning each battle takes longer to do. I hate how it can take some of the greatest warriors in the continent, working together, a 20+ hit combo to kill a single slime. I'm 50 hours in, and I haven't even been grinding or anything and I've become bored. Maybe I'll finish it, maybe I won't. It's really repetitive.

If you want to play this game to experience the story and stuff, I actually REALLY suggest playing it on easy. Maybe the battles will go quicker and it won't feel really repetitive and you won't become as disheartened as I have.

It's really repetitive - 6.5/10


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Keep in mind this is a quick review to help people decide if the game is worth a look at this price. I've played about thirty minutes or so thus far, but I will keep updating this review as I come across more parts of the game.

Agarest is a fantasy tactical role playing game, much like Final Fantasy Tactics or Fire Emblem. Straight out of the heart of Japan with its flashy style and exaggerated character designs, this game drew me in right away with its setting and characters. It leads to a slow start; the game making sure that it introduces the characters and teaches you about the combat for thirty minutes minutes before FINALLY getting into the good stuff in regards to the story and character creation wasn't a good call, but it lays the groundwork for the story ahead.

The real problem isn't the length of the opening in and of itself, though. It's the tutorial segments. The tutorial is drawn out and doesn't teach you anything you wouldn't know from playing any tactical role playing game. The characters and writing are on full display as you're taught the mechanics, making sure that you're at least slightly entertained, and they give you what you should well expect: flashy and fun attacks with all of the functionality you should expect from a game like this. But it's only exactly what you'd expect, and if you're going to demand total attention from the player like this, you need to be introducing things that players wouldn't know off the bat, and it just doesn't have any features like that in that first segment.

Eventually, it does get into some new features, but at the time of writing, after going at this game for nearly an hour, I'd only just finished the tutorial and I'd only learned two things from the game that I wouldn't have known otherwise from playing other ones. Just two. When this game says 60-80 hours, it means it, but if this is the way that they're going to stretch out the playtime, I'm a bit wary. Still, they were able to cram a good bit of story in that time, too, and I actually rather enjoy it so far!

This is a story-driven game, and make no mistake, it shows clear signs of the style it was drawn in. From only being voice acted in Japanese, to the tropes that are made evident from the first moments of the game, it is made clear from the get go that this is a game that's going to follow the trends of anime in regards to its story and characters. If you aren't fond of that, you may be better off looking elsewhere for your fantasy tactical role-playing game fix. But I am, and trust me, you have never seen a game that makes you think that you're watching an episode of anime more when you get past that tutorial and start the first boss fight. It's surreal to watch.

From what I can tell, you're going to be in for an anime style game with stylish combat and a kickass story. If the story doesn't grab you, you're going to be waiting a long time for gameplay to kick in, because you have to go through a LOT of dialogue, but the gameplay itself is solid , and I can already tell the combo system is going to lead to plenty of fun down the road.

First impressions? Grab it.
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5/10

Agarest Zero is the prequel to Agarest: Generations of War. People who played the old Agarest will find that a few things have changed.

Starting with the good improvements. A fast-forward option during dialogue, fully turn-based dungeons with no more analog crawling or suprise encounters, and a slightly more informative esoteric book. A simplified version of the original Agarest is build into the game, and can be unlocked if you play NG+ on hard. As long as you get True End in the Zero universe, you will unlock True End in the Agarest vanilla universe automatically. You can unlock various vanilla characters and combine them into your zero party for maximum choice.

There are bad points too. For one, there are only two generations instead of five, although unlike Leonheardt who was stuck with a sword, you will have some control over Sieghart's weapon. The True End mechanic is also different, it being dependent on relationship scores and less than a handful of crucial storyline choices. You will not unlock the true ending unless you are familiar with dating sims; it is possible to get all nine women in the group to love you maximally, but unless you get somewhere close to that you won't get the true ending. The game is faster-paced due to less generations, but not fast-paced enough to warrent repeated crapshoots on the dating sim mechanic only to find out that you fail true end again and again. If you follow the True End guide for Zero on Agarest Wiki to a tee, it is a linear process and you can unlock it. But then Sieghart/Leonis will not feel like they have any consistent preference or personality. It will just be hardcore pragmatic metagaming.

On an important tangent, this game may be a little bit less friendly to female gamers than the vanilla game, because of the much more increased emphasis on the dating sim aspect. Women-to-women conversations in this game are also more superficial than vanillla. Female gamers can consider themselves warned.

It is a game with pros and cons, but if you liked the original Agarest then you might as well get Zero because it comes with a simplified version of the original game plus the interface improvements.
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Short summary: This is an amazing turn based strategy game with unique weapons, and a huge variety of characters and unlockable skills. This game is similair to fire emblem combat system, and has a cliche but an entertaining story. There are several events, and incorporates the oh so common dating sims the japanese love as well. One of the best part of the game is without a doubt, the creation of your character, where it is a tarot card system, which randomizes your character in the vague direction you build him to be.

Synopsis: Record of Agarest War Zero is the prequel to Record of Agarest War. The tale follows Sieghart, an army commander who gains magical powers from a strange woman named Mimel. Blossoming from this setup, Record of Agarest War Zero is a slow-paced tale treading on familiar territory: the world is in danger and it's up to a small band of warriors to set things right.

Combat: Record of Agarest War Zero's shining light is combat. Moving characters into position like a chess board is a challenging undertaking, but a rewarding one. Depending on which square characters occupy, they can link to other characters to unleash joint attacks with powerful results. But it's the calculated movement of sprites into position that makes exciting battles. While the terrain is flat and backgrounds repetitive, the environment is still a non-factor like the original Agarest War. The strategic requirements of success are fulfilling for all strategy fans. (Battles dish out experience like candy, yet money feels constantly tight.)

Gameplay: The Agarest War series is different from other strategy games is that the story is split over multiple generations. When the curtain finally closes on Sieghart's side of the story, it's his offspring with the maiden-of-highest-regard that carries on the tale into future years. You are also forced to progress along a fixed path, forced to stop at each dot along the way for a battle. These often have no bearing on the plot and are simply there to make the journey from one chapter to the next take as long as possible.(although if the battle does indeed get too tedious, pressing q will turn on auto battle. A word of advice is use it on enemies you will dominate, due to the fact that the auto A.I is not the best.)

Overall, i love this game, while it may say i only have 10 hours or so, i have the rest of the series on my ps3, with a total over 200 hours, a great game focusing on turn based strategy, and dating sim like playthrough.
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Pro
- Good Storyline.
- Nice Japanese Characters' Sound.
- Great Skill Animations and Many Combination Attacks. Well done !
- Character Creation. (This feature is not in the first game of this series.)
- Good Artworks.
- Game Systems is not too hard to Understand.
- Cursor offsets (Left and Right). Well this is good option. (Should be on the first game too)
- New Affection Icon. (Easier to understand but less feeling)
- New Dungeon System (Easier to explore)
- Two ways ending
- Secret Achievements !! (I realized that some achievement are not in the list)
- Maybe More Later

Con
- Annoyed Tutorial. (On 1st run you should let player decide just like the first game) (-1)
- Character Creation. (Lack of information) (-.5)
- A little bug. (*Game freeze in some cases but its okay) (-.25)
- Costume DLC unavailable for PC yet (-1)
- A little low FPS. (Fixed by editing .ini file) (-0)
- Tracking system needed (Battle information eg. monster killed, battles, etc) (-.25)
- Maybe More Later

7/10

* Game freeze / When the blacksmith guy did something wrong in smithing. I opened steam overlay right after the item name is up and disappeared. And then the game got freeze ! I have no idea what heppened.
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This is more of a soft no than a hard one (wish there was a rating system honestly.) The games okay, I rather like the graphics for the most part, and the plot and characters make me want to keep playing. That said the combat is what is making me uninstall it. Just not my thing, and I love these type games.

I'll be honest and say that some of this is probably due to my only 4 hours of play time. But for starters, ingame it is rather poorly explained what the differences between the skills are (why use blast instead of rush, what are my miss chances, is regular damage the same as break damage or is that only for filling the break meter, that sort of thing). The details screen you can pull up really explains very little. I could live with this really. What lost me though the linking system. I just really don't like this mechanic, makes fights feel far longer and less tactical than they should. Felt like I spent all my time looking for glowing squares for linking people and trying to maximize the number of combos in the action screen I could pull off than trying to outsmart/outposition the enemy and make use of terrain. Doesn't help that the view needs tilted up a few more degrees, it's rather hard to make stuff out sometimes even with changing the direction.

I really want to like this game, but it's just not happening.
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Record of Agarest War Zero, known as Agarest Senki Zero (アガレスト戦記 ZERO, Agaresuto Senki Zero) in Japan, is a tactical role-playing game developed by Compile Heart and Red Entertainment. It was published in Japan by Idea Factory on June 25, 2009 for the PlayStation 3 and published by Aksys Games in North America on June 14, 2011 for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. It is the prequel to the 2007 game Record of Agarest War.

Long before Summerill and the gods of darkness were defeated in Record of Agarest War, another battle was fought across generations to save the world from evil. Record of Agarest War Zero takes you back to that ancient time… The war between the forces of darkness and the forces of light, a conflict already many years old, has been fought to a stalemate. In the nation of Kraltarla, the forces of light hold back the evil hordes of darkness spilling from Findeste at the Scarred Mountains, but only just. In a desperate attempt to gain an advantage that could change the course of the war, the generals of the armies of light dispatch their loyal servant Sieghart, whom fate has seen fit to grant a strange and awesome power. Sieghart’s mission takes him across Kraltarla to gather the components for a magical tool that can free the imprisoned blacksmith of the gods, so that he might forge magical artifacts of great and terrible power for the forces of light.

I love this game <3 The story is interesting. Characters are cool. The music in the game is very good (the sad melodies are sweet). The game has great action and YOU CAN CHOOSE YOUR WAIFU :3 You can marry her, have sex and get children. And then you play with the next generation. This game has everything what a good JRPG needs.
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The Agarest Senki/Agarest War series was always a little out of my comfort zone when it came to RPGs, mostly due to the strategy involved in the fights. Thankfully, they made it easy to figure who to place where to maximize your combo efficiency in battle, plus learning new Secret Arts through trial and error has been a blast!

This is technically the first game in the series, chronologically, but the second game to have been made. This one is a lot more forgiving than the first by means of getting the True Ending, as there are only two generations, so a lot of the original content from the first game that you had to be forced to do to get the True Ending has been streamlined for the second; giving you a lot more time to enjoy the story at a more natural pace.

My one little problem lies in the fact that they seem to reuse character designs and even come close to reusing names as well; namely, the character "Alice" is extremely close if not identical to "Ellis" in name and design both, right down to having a larva as a bodyguard. Sieghart also appears to be in close relation to the main characters of the first game, not to mention a few of the female leads seem to be borrowed concepts, as well. All that aside, however, I greatly recommend this game to everyone, especially if you want to enjoy something a little different in your RPG library!
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LIke Fire Emblem but with more waifu.
The game could also have used a difficulty setting,
I've only played one or two simmilar games and this is just too easy.
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This tactics-based game is an improvement over Generations, the overly long first game the series. It is shorter, the UI easier to manage, and crafting elements are more straight-forward. My main complaint is the series still doesn't know what it wants to be. The developer packed so many side-elements into the game that they become chores to manage. They must have been working with a checklist; capturing monsters-check, grinding-got it, unlocking crafting levels-yup. It is tiring and takes away from the stronger aspects of the game.

Overall, the game is average with its strength being the battle-system. Might be worth a Jackson if bundled with all the DLC.
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