Chalgyr's Game Room "Where it's all about the games", Amazon
26 March 2015
Summary: We at Chalgyr's Game Room have a long history with the Agarest war games. In fact, it is probably one of our most-covered franchises here on the site. Every iteration, from the very first Agarest, released in 2007, to this latest port-that-is-not-really-a-port (more on that in a bit) to the PC, has brought us countless hours of joy, hilarity, and a few "ummmm" moments.
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.