Summary: Okay Record of Agarest War is a lengthy game built on a the classic JRPG story architect of "A group of heroes must rise to defeat the the evil Demon King". Personally that is one the main reasons why I love it and because there are so little games of that classic JRPG story type these days and that...
Summary: While the idea was original at the start, compile rehash quickly rehashed everything in this game and recycled it on the next games. Story: While it was interesting and original, it felt forced and not explanatory. Also, if you want "true end" you absolutely need a guide.
Summary: this game has a nice story, spanning five generations, starting with you giving up your soul and the souls of your descendants to seal away pillars on five continents, to stop darkness from spreading.
Summary: This game requires a good deal of time and strategy, the story is fairly interesting and there is dating sim elements. Boss fights are brutal further in, they regenerate health at the start of their turns and have just horrificly devastating attacks.
Summary: I read all the negative reviews, but I am such a sucker for SRPGs, and wound up buying it anyways. The story portions are far too short and have far too many fights in-between them. All the fights take place on a flat surface making them even more same-y and tedious.
Summary: "Anyone interested in a excellent strategy RPG" The first thing i got to say is. Do not be fooled! The sexual appeal and in your face collector's edition is merely marketing tools for simple-minded Americans, such as me.
"One game to have if your into anime and role play "
Odey, Mighty Ape
2 August 2011
Summary: The game has great play, many characters to choose from. Bring something new to RPG, where others your usual fixed to the main character, this one it changes from generation to generation. And you can also decided how is your main character look like.
Summary: An enjoyable storyline to it with many choices of paths to take. Some of the characters seem to be very similar to characters from the Final Fantasy series, if you think about it. Recommended if you like FF advanced tactics.
Summary: If you like games such as Final Fantasy, more towards final fantasy tactics then you'll love Agarest: Generations of War, The turn based combat can sometimes be a little slow, but theres a speed button for super quick battles which helps that alot, the graphics are quite cartoony but if you like...