Summary: The game is fun to play. The Agarest series is pretty neat. As far as the limited edition, the towel is very small and very thin, eww. The doll is not too bad. I would rather have had a book like Agarest Zero LE had.
Summary: I purchased the limited edition because I am collecting this series of games. I was a little disappointed because the box was smashed as if it had been stored at the bottom of something and not treated very well. I won't really be able to display the box, but everything inside was fine and there was no damage to the actual game or other items inside.
A great game that is sure going to become a classic in a few years.
ChristianAndCool "Christian", Amazon
25 January 2013
Summary: I still recall when I first played Suikoden I after buying it at Babage's (remember that store, Millennials? It later became EB Games)... anyway, when I played Suikoden I (and then II), I recall an incredible story, great anime-style graphics, and the game really "stayed" with me. Although Record of Agarest War II is not to that level, the game was fun, filled with great anime-style characters, and fun story. When Suiko I came out, it was a "Sleeper hit" in the USA.
Summary: They changed the battle system which i will be honest in saying I don't like it. However I play this game for the long generational story . So since they kept that and I can't complain really. Just takes some getting used to is all. Still using the old formula, do battles, meet characters, see events, reach the end of a generation, choose your mate, have a kid, and then they continue the cycle.
Elias L. Blondeau "The Atlanta Fried Critic", Amazon
30 June 2012
Summary: Aksys' newest releases, outside of the stellar "BlazBlue" franchise, have been leaving me in the cold. A lot of the titles they've been cranking out recently come across as blatant pitches to snag the smallest niche of anime fans, with uninspired plots, girls with chests bigger than their head, and an emphasis on cheesecake versus original characters and good gameplay. Coming from a lifelong anime fan, that's saying something.