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Record of Agarest War (Xbox 360)

Record of Agarest War (Xbox 360)
alaScore 77

8 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of Record of Agarest War : Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the story, but some have doubts about the graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Record of Agarest War : Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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Record of Agarest War (Xbox 360)

 

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...

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Record of Agarest War

 

Party like it's 2001. After playing countless Japanese and Western RPGs throughout the years, I have always appreciated the art of RPG design. I also enjoy what many companies bring...

Great character designs ; Fantastic battle system ; Above average music ; Multi-generation storyline ; Cool but creepy collector's edition

Graphics look very dated ; Voice work volume is low ; Steep learning curve ; Loss of pride

After playing countless Japanese and Western RPGs throughout the years, I have always appreciated the art of RPG design. I also enjoy what many companies bring to the table in terms of character design, battle system, music, and storyline. Fond...

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Record of Agarest War

 

Record of Agarest War is a tale of love, lust, deception and destiny as a group of individuals from different backgrounds come together in order to repel a horrid evil that is trying to return to the realm of the living to once again attempt to conquer...

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Record of Agarest War

 

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....

But if that doesn't happen, I hope and pray that said game stays in Japan. Aksys gets a gold star for effort, but Idea Factory gets a thumbs down for artificially lengthening a game with an already-boring combat system and for letting the "interact...

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Record of Agarest War

 

This sexed-up strategy role-playing game boasts some interesting ideas, but falls short of realizing its full potential.

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Record of Agarest War is being marketed as an erotic strategy RPG, but that is a little misleading. Sure, pretty much every woman you meet in the game brings enormous assets to your party, but what videogame doesn't have big boobs?

Record of Agarest War is a traditional strategy RPG that has a few nice perks but stumbles enough to keep it from greatness. It's being marketed as an erotic SRPG, but in reality it's actually very tame. A little cleavage is all you're going to see...

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Record of Agarest War- Xbox 360

 

The mix of fantasy turn-based strategy and RPG dating simulation is an intriguing combination, though a little less sexiness in favor of more substance to expand on the relationship system would be a welcome improvement. Still, you'll get many hours of...

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Record of Agarest War- Xbox 360

 

Record of Agarest War is a traditional strategy RPG that has a few nice perks but stumbles enough to keep it from greatness. If you're a fan of the genre, Agarest War will provide a very long adventure that spans generations.

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