Ar nosurge is a Fantasy, Sci-fi, ‘7 Dimension' RPG, that takes place in a world where music and song can create magic. It tells the compelling story of a civilization that lost their planet and has been roaming the edge of space for 2000 years in search of a new home. In Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star, the player follows two sets of characters: Delta and Casty, whose goal is to protect humanity and save the world, and Ion & Earthes, who are trying to find Ion a way home to Earth.
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The player can interchange between both pairs and soon discover a way to combine their storylines and strengths to eventually solve the mystery that shrouds their ongoing struggle.
Ar Nosurge Ode to an Unborn Star is rated
3.5 out of
Rated 5 out of
Great game!I never heard of this game before and was really intrigued. Glad I bought it.
Date published: 2019-08-03
Rated 1 out of
LacklusterThis game is terribly subpar. I expected better since it's a Gust game, and not one of the earlier ones. Frankly, I think the game is kind of terrible. The aesthetic and designs are all over the place, and the game lacks a sense of personality or cohesion. I thought the battle system would be good at least, but it's very slow and convoluted. I don't think this game had much going for it, as the writing is pretty weak and all over the place too.
Date published: 2019-01-11
Rated 3 out of
Ar Tonelico Stripped DownThis game has a lot of romantic character development between the 2 sets of heroine and hero. The plot I felt bored with, and would skip major parts of the story, because it kept repeating itself over and over again. The synthesis of items was funny, but I never used a single item in the entire game. The difficulty of battles is ridiculously easy, and by the time you have the best song magic in the game, you will crush 50 chains of enemies without even trying. Genometrics focused too much on the NPCs and I honestly couldn't find much about them to get enthralled with. All in all, if you are looking for an easy JRPG with a save the world mentality, that combines some synthesis, and fan service with a few naughty pictures in Genometrics, I say go for it. But honestly you'd have more fun replaying Ar Tonelico 2 in my opinion.