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Record of Agarest War 2 Limited Edition - Playstation 3

by Aksys
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
24 customer reviews
Metascore: 56 / 100

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Limited Edition
  • Revamped Battle System
  • Mini games: engage in Playstation Move compatible bathtub Shiatsu and massage mini games
  • LE contents feature blow up character doll heart shaped compressed towel and artbook.
  • HD graphics
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Edition: Limited Edition

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Record of Agarest War 2 features all new strategy RPG gameplay, HD graphics and bonus mini games


One day, the world was enveloped by a mysterious blinding light. The destruction it caused was terrible, even as the light itself was sublime in its beauty, and it made those who witnessed the awesome display think of the unrestrained rage and fury of the divine.

Record of Agarest War 2
Limited Edition
Limited Edition
visually stunning action RPG
Visually stunning action RPG
Turn Based Battless
Turn Based Battles


The central continent, from where the light is believed to have originated from, went silent, while at the same time demons began to spread throughout the world like a plague. Amongst the survivors of the catastrophe, that fateful day became known as the "Day of Light."

Sometime after the events of the Day of Light, a young man by the name of Weiss, who had lost all memory of himself, encounters an enigmatic woman named Eva, who introduces herself as an Agent of the Divine. It is from her that Weiss learns that he has committed the grievous sin of deicide, and that in order for him to atone for his crime he is to become the "Vessel" in which the power of the divinity he had slaughtered will be stored. For it will be that power that will be used to resurrect the one whose life he stole.

For those who betray the divine will pay for their sins in the space which separates salvation and damnation, as will their progeny...

Key Features:

  • Revamped Battle System: Unlike the first two games of the series, Agarest 2 battles are fought with an engaging active grid-based battle system.
  • HD graphics: Enjoy your favorite characters, environments and CGs in high-definition!
  • Mini-games: Engage in PlayStation®Move compatible Bathtub, Shiatsu, and Massage mini-games.
  • New Agarest Universe: Roam freely in the newly designed world of Agarest

Limited Edition Includes:

  • Inflatable Felenne Doll
  • Exclusive 8" x 12" Hand Towel
  • Collectible Artbook

Product Details

Edition: Limited Edition
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B007UM59XY
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 2.1 x 6.9 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 27, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,515 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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44 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Elias on June 30, 2012
Edition: Limited Edition
Aksys' newest releases, outside of the stellar "BlazBlue" franchise, have been leaving me in the cold. A lot of the titles they've been cranking out recently come across as blatant pitches to snag the smallest niche of anime fans, with uninspired plots, girls with chests bigger than their head, and an emphasis on cheesecake versus original characters and good gameplay. Coming from a lifelong anime fan, that's saying something. Now, on the surface, the "Agarest War" franchise looked no different. Here we had marketing reliant on the sexualization of the female characters and no real information about the game itself, and the bonus items which came with the collector's editions reeked of sleaze. Superficially, I hated the game. But with its devoted fanbase, and because a friend with connections pulled aside a copy because he thought I'd like it, I decided to give this new entry a go. Lo and behold, it has turned out to be one of the rare RPGs I plan on playing to completion. "Record of Agarest War 2" is nothing groundbreaking, but it's unique and original enough to merit a play.

The plot starts you off in the shoes of Weiss, who has killed a god but lost all memory of the incident. After a chance encounter with a mysterious and buxom woman clad in borderline dominatrix gear, he is informed that he is in fact to serve as a vessel to atone for the sin of slaying a god, and if he fails his task, he must shack up with a woman and create a child that will serve as a new vessel. As the game progresses, you will indeed have to do just that, and through the span of multiple generations, you'll fight hoards of demons, score with some lovely ladies, and uncover the destiny of your bloodline.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By hr on July 12, 2012
Edition: Limited Edition Verified Purchase
Record of Agarest War 2 is the official sequel to the first Agarest game released in North America in 2010. Like that game and its prequel, Zero, the story follows an amnesiac protagonist whose only purpose in the game is to atone for a grave sin he forgot he committed in the past. While this plot element is nothing new to this series, or any jrpg for that matter, it is a key component to the generational gradient in which the story unfolds and also the character relations, which are well thought out, interesting, and many times comical.

A tremendous change to the series is the revamped battle system, which borrows heavily from Cross Edge. Instead of choosing six main characters to fight with and level up, you now choose four characters and everyone levels up equally whether or not they participate in battle. Skills and combo compatibility remain the same, and you can still link characters to perform combos and larger attacks, but the manner in which this is done is very different. It's all planned beforehand in a menu where you assign all your skills to the four face buttons and during that process you can see which combos you can execute. Now, I know I'm only summarizing combat but believe me when I say that it is much, much more detailed than is worth getting into right now. Agarest vets might grasp it easier than first timers simply due to familiarity with the menus and the high level of customization, but if you've ever played (and enjoyed) a Disgaea game, none of this should seem too difficult either. It really does depend on your familiarity with strategy rpgs, or at the very least, your willingness to overcome a relatively high learning curve.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ChristianAndCool on January 25, 2013
Edition: Limited Edition Verified Purchase
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. Now it is hailed as a classic, the "holy grail" of the PlayStation era for RPG players. I think Agarest War 2 will be one of the games in the long run. That is, if players are willing to forgive the game for some flaws. I will explain below. Some players love it and some hate it - there seems to be no middle ground on this game. The problem here is that some people don't like what is essentially a mix between 80s and today's RPG equipments, dialogs/story, and etc,. Many players are simply too lazy to read the dialog and story to REALLY get into the game. Others are too lazy to want to customize their characters to win battles with more ease and then grow in levels. RPGs are heavy on leveling and unless you grew up in the 80s and 90s when RPG "grinding" was the norm, you will have a hard time enjoying real RPGs today.

One of the chief complaints about this game is the Japanese voices were never subbed in English. That is a huge problem for me too (and many other RPG gamers), but I always turn off the voice chat anyway, as I rather read the speech-balloons. :) So that is an individual preference. The other complaint is the menus, which are heavy on % hit rations and statistics and such, which seems too technical for some.
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