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Liz Maas
Agarest Prequel Announced For Europe
...Wait, doesn't North America get a second dose of innuendo?
11.01.10 - 3:04 PM

Remember Record of Agarest War? Surely, even those of you who haven't played it will at least remember the artwork involving a little girl and a sausage. Hard to forget that. Well, its prequel, called Agarest Senki Zero in Japan, has been announced for Europe and the UK courtesy of Ghostlight. The company also published the first Agarest: Generations of War in Europe, which Aksys Games brought out as Record of Agarest War here in North America. In its press release, Ghostlight promises that the sequel will this time support trophies, and that they are working on a special edition - but no specifics, such as pricing and dates, were given.

But wait. Does that mean North America is missing out on this Compile Heart/Idea Factory SRPG? Not necessarily. Though it's been said that Ghostlight will simply stick to using Aksys' translation rather than translating it themselves, we haven't heard anything from Aksys at this point. but we can't imagine them passing up on localizing Agarest Senki Zero. Stay tuned to RPGFan for details!


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