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Record of Agarest War 2 - Playstation 3

4.4 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
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  • 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

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Edition: Standard

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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.

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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
Revamped Battle System
Revamped Battle System
HD graphics
HD graphics
New Agarest Universe
New Agarest Universe

Synopsis

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

Product Information

Edition:Standard
ASIN B006O5YW54
Release date June 27, 2012
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,740 in videogames
#444 in Video Games > PlayStation 3 > Games
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Product Dimensions 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
Media: Video Game
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Edition: Standard
Instead of write a formal review of the game, I thought it would be more beneficial to briefly explain the battle system since I know lots of folks have struggled immensely in the beginning stages of the game, even seasoned Agarest veterans. It's taken me days of experimenting and menu poking to finally distill all my understanding into a single passage that I think sums up the hardest part of the game: the beginning. Once you grasp this part, the rest comes naturally.

First thing's first: put the manual down. I appreciate its numerous, information-packed pages, but it is far too unclear and confusing, its ambiguity only exacerbated by wanting in-game instructions that aren't integrated as contextually as they should be. What's a spirit vessel to do? Well, If you're determined to play this game (or still on the fence about buying it), then hopefully this brief explanation will help clear up some things.

The battle system is only superficially similar to previous Agarest games, in that skill and combo names do not change and skill types and attributes are identical as well (for example, Black Mist is still a Dark Art). Gone are the in-battle menus where you select and combine your skills in "real time" into combos or single devastating attacks. Instead, all the choosing and tweaking occur outside (i.e. before) the battle screen, in the main menu screen, and it's up to you to remember which attacks will occur at what times.

And while many of the skills from previous games exist here (e.g. Power Attack, Black Mist, and in Agarest 2 they are called Active Skills), each attack is assigned a button on the controller and an associated "state.
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I found the combat boring (though needlessly complicated) and the game static-feeling. Honestly, there isn't a lot going on besides fighting stuff ... so if you're not having fun there, you'll be quitting quickly as I did. I made it three hours, with 30 minutes effectively being an intro.

Perhaps it gets better.
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It's pretty much Agarest War except for the altered battle system. Hence the minus one Star. Yes,I do like it even though I prefer the original one since it set the game apart from other RPGs. I still recommend it if you're a veteran and can get past the new battle arrangement. And no,it's not as difficult to get the hang of as I was informed.
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By Lesakisses on February 19, 2016
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Came brand new still in wrapper at a great cost, love this purchase.Great game for collectors or people who just love rpg type games. They do not make a whole lot of choices for ps3 so I grab what I can.
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Edition: Standard
Agarest War 2 is an SRPG for the PS3, it is a very long(50+ hours) and amazing game.
Its got great characters, storyline, and gameplay.

This game might not be interesting at first due to the complicated gameplay mechanics but once you figure it out the gameplay will be fun, the gameplay is somewhat like a mix of "Cross Edge" and "Record of Agarest War Zero", i would recommend it for RPG gamers who likes deep gameplay mechanics, storyline, and character development.
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Edition: Standard
They changed the battle system which i will be honest in saying I don't like it. However I play this game for the long generational story . So since they kept that and I can't complain really. Just takes some getting used to is all. Still using the old formula, do battles, meet characters, see events, reach the end of a generation, choose your mate, have a kid, and then they continue the cycle.

If your interested in starting the series here are the other titles
Record of Agarest War
Record of Agarest War Zero - Standard Edition
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Edition: Standard
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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