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Record of Agarest War Zero by Aksys Games, Inc




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  • Alcohol Reference
  • Mild Fantasy Violence
  • Mild Language
  • Partial Nudity
  • Sexual Themes
Record of Agarest War Zero is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 7.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Aksys Games, Inc
  • Developer: Idea Factory
  • Category: Role-Playing

Product Details:

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 Prequel to the RPG That Brought You Five Generations of Stories: The pivotal installment of the multi-generational tale tells the story of what happened in the age of myth that came before Record of Agarest War; detailing the rise of some to glory, and the fall of others into darkness.

Experience Living Portraits: The beautiful, static character portraits from Record of Agarest War are new animated to resemble living and breathing characters. Players will now see characters display emotions of surprise, despair, and joy, among others.

The Return of the Unique Soul-Breeding System: The choice of the bride at the end of the first generation determines the skill set and weapon of their offspring.

The Addition of the New Card Skill System: Players now have more control over the battle style of the main character as well as his skills, by way of a card system. By picking the appropriate cards, Seighart can be customized to reflect the type of warrior one wishes to play.

    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome turn based strategy game! The game is very good! Anyone who likes final fantasy tactics or spectral force 3 will love this!!!!
    Date published: 2013-01-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A worthy prequel Well if you haven't played the original you might not know what your getting yourself into like some of the other people who wrote a review for this game. This is a hardcore strategy rpg where the story spands multiple generations of main characters based on which female counter part you chose. The gameplay is solid and the story is there but I guess some can't see beyond the fact that the voices are not in english. Honestly you probably wouldn't want the subpar english dubs they would of provided anyway. This game is NOT for kids by any stretch as it is not appropriately themed and is slightly difficult if you don't put time into developing characters and equipment which is really the heart of the game. If you liked the original or titles such as Cross Edge this game is for you. Gameplay and graphics do kind of remain unchanged from the last one so I did have to take points off there.
    Date published: 2012-07-08
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too Much Talk Not Enough Action Talk about a slow intro with way too much talk and a tutorial that will put you to sleep...however if you like turn base strategy, multiple characters, some crafting, you may enjoy this game, no gurantees thou.
    Date published: 2012-06-08
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great Game Killed By Gameplay Speed First off, I really have to commend the game on a few things. The graphics are very nice (for a game of its kind) as well as the music, both are fairly top notch. The combat system is unique and as much as I saw of character creation seemed very in-depth. My problem that ultimately brought me to return it, however, lies with the core gameplay element of the turn-based battles I grew up playing games like Disgaea and Fire Emblem so when I took a look at RoAWZ I was giddy with excitement the whole drive home. My excitement quickly turned to frustration and boredom, however, as I began to play the game. The uniqueness of setting up multiple attacks for each character (and the sheer level of strategy involved in positioning characters properly) drew me in at first, but as I got past the "intro" section, I just found it unplayable. Having all the units move at the same time can ruin attack strategies you have set up based on character positions and the overall time it takes for you to select actions and then have them go off took battles that should have lasted a scant few minutes into 15-20 minute ordeals. Admittedly I didn't get far before frustrated with it so I can't comment on how later battles evolve from those in the beginning of the game, but I honestly can't see things getting too much different (or much better for that matter) based on what I was seeing. So if you like Strategy RPGs like Disgaea and the like, you might want to give this one a pass (or at least buy it used to make sure you can return it) because the speed of the battles compared to other TBS games is really lacking. On a side note the 2D/3D models that move and breathe look really... out of place and surreal (aside from not matching the dialogue properly with their facial movements).
    Date published: 2012-05-24
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the price A game for Kids. Not worth the price. Not in English
    Date published: 2011-11-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty awesome Now that I think about it awesome doesn't really give this game justice. This game is above and beyond awesome. The story is well thought out, gameplay is fluid, and character design are amazing, especially the girls. Definitely a game to get.
    Date published: 2011-11-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from best JRPG I have ever played its a great animated RPG that spans over generations. It has a great combat system that allows you to link your charictors and do powerfull combonations. Its sound track is fun and unique. the voices are in japaniness but if you dont mind reading its not bad. And if you play in plus mode you get most of the first game for free and get to play the charictors in the second one. It also gives you free stuff if you have beat the first game (wich is nice and can help you out at the begining of the game) and the picking your wife for the next gens main charictor is awesome because there differences make it worth playing it at least twice.
    Date published: 2011-07-24
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