Summary: Fantasy RPGs are not often without moments of romance and heartbreak, but few such games released in North America are as sexually charged as Record of Agarest War. Even with a mighty war brewing between the forces of good and evil, there's apparently still plenty of time to peep some supple skin,...
Pros: Lengthy campaign, Tight turn-based combat, Interesting mix of role-playing and dating simulation
Cons: Gameplay grows repetitive, Drab battlefield environments, Visual glitches unique to PS3 version
Conclusion: Record of Agarest War is one of those JSRPG titles that just won’t appeal to everyone. While the visuals are not on the same level as to what the masses are used to playing, they do suit the game quite well.
Excerpt: Idea Factory broke ground in North America five years ago thanks to NIS America. Since then, half a dozen publishers (NISA, Atlus, O3, Yuke's, Ignition, and now Aksys) have taken a gamble by releasing Idea Factory's niche JRPGs in North America.