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Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel- PlayStation 3

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We have collected and analyzed 2 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 67/100. The average review date is Apr 18, 2011. We have compared these reviews to 121935 reviews from other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3). Last update: Apr 19, 2014.

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Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel


Ar Tonelico has been a series that featured beautiful character designs, an intricate battle system and stellar soundtrack that was truly unique for an RPG that made its entry on the PlayStation 2. After the success of Ar Tonelico 2, fans have eagerly...

Ar Tonelico Qoga is a game with much potential that is overshadowed by its sexualized themes and excessive fan service. Much of the appeal is lost with its stereotypical cast of characters, bland visuals and repetitive random battles that quickly...

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Just by reading the title 'Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel' you should be able to tell that a North American localization did its part providing a little fan series for the import deprived. Ported one year after it was released in Japan, "Qoga"...

depending on your expectation, combat has been changed ; aside from the combat, the experience is kept close to the other games ; a certain level of charm, filled with “adult” content

for fans of the series/JRPG fans only ; if you're looking for turn-based combat, you wont find it here ; localization is what you expected, and that's not always a good thing ; objectives aren't always clear ; underperforming on the PS3, its time for a...

NIS America does another gracious job by bringing the last 'Ar Tonelico' effort to the Western audience. While "Qoga" might not be overly memorable in the grand scheme of role-playing games, it does provides an engaging tale, if you can look past its...