Agarest: Generations of War - JRPG for Steam?

It's not often we get a JRPG on the PC, so to see Agarest: Generations Of War up on Steam Greenlight made me all giggly inside! This is the PC version that's based on the Xbox 360 release and will feature Aksys Games' excellent English text translations with Japanese voice overs. You can choose the path of darkness or light through an epic story spanning a massive 5 generations, this will be up to 60 hours or more worth of game play. Agarest also features tactical combat against a vast array of enemies, so it's up to you how you fight them and what abilities you choose. This looks to be a JRPG on the grand scale and has to appear on Steam, but that's down to you!

The PC version will also feature both gamepad and keyboard/mouse support along with Steam Achievements and dozens of both free and purchasable downloadable items and additional content.


• Control the battlefield in the Extended Turn Battle System; position your team and link characters for awesome combo attacks and use your skills and items to destroy your enemies!

• Unite with your chosen heroine using the “soul breed” system and together shape the fate of the next generation of heroes

• Collect hundreds of items and weapons, and harness the power of alchemy to vastly improve equipment

• Build the ultimate army of warriors and master Extra Skills, Special Arts and Over Kills to defeat colossal enemies!

• Enjoy the vast selection of stunning cut scenes and unlock over 800 items in the in-game gallery

• Command your destiny as your actions and decisions lead you to discover the many different possible game endings. Which path to victory will you tread?
Oh and before I forget, what JRPG wouldn't be without an anime girl? Am I not terrible ;)


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