Reviews and Problems with Ar tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel
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Massive Disappointment For The Ar Series
27 October 2014
Summary: I was a huge fan of the first two Ar Tonelico games released in America. A turn-based JRPG that's all futuristic, but with crafting elements similar to Atelier Iris and a dating sim thing going on? Hell yeah. But this one? Oh no.
Summary: I am The Destroyer. I will break games, complain about the littlest detail, and tell you whether or not the game is worth buying. There's a lot of things to be said, but can't due to the 5000 character limit.
Summary: I bought this game used for $25 a few months ago and I played it for maybe a few hours. Months later, I had completely forgotten about it until I saw it as a recommendation. Do not buy it here, as it is $34, which is vastly over-priced. Track it down at Gamestop.
Summary: Well, battle system isn't too interesting, game content is kinda odd in Japanese style, some might like it but this game is IMO just perverted and that's why not for all. I mean for example person makes such spell in which she turns someone to cake and her clothes vanish in that process that is...
Summary: One of the best JRPGs on the PS3. Cutscenes are in the traditional way (text box and sometimes voice acting). It has a variety of endings that depends on your choices. Graphics are simple, but the illustrations are very well made in anime style.
Bad to Decent gameplay, but decent story and nice backgrounds
1 July 2011
Summary: Back then I used to collect all these anime collection games, cause I was really into these stuff. But when I have to open my eyes and take a step back and really look at this game it really not all that great. I will say there are 2 things going for this game.
Summary: I bought Ar tonelico Qoga about 6 months ago and was very excited to begin with, until i noticed that the game revolves around striping the two female characters. the battle system is poor, the story is pervy and it looks like a good PS2 game.
Summary: Bought it a while ago, i really love anime and RPGs. What can i say about this game? it has certainly charms, yes, specially the girls, but everything else about it feels so cheaply done and loose that anyone will hardly have fun playing it.
Ar Tonelico Qoga - A decent RPG but you'll feel dirty afterwards
16 April 2011
Excerpt: Ar Tonelico Qoga is the third game in Gust's Ar Tonelico series, based around a fictional world where humanity and an species of artificial lifeforms called Reyvatails (who can use magic in the form of song) on towers suspended above the planet, which is now uninhabitable.