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Record of Agarest War Zero Really Is Coming To North America
Did you really think Aksys would deny us this one?
11.05.10 - 1:19 PM

When the follow-up to Record of Agarest War was announced for Europe, we figured it was just a matter of time before there was confirmation that it was coming to North America as well. Today Aksys Games confirmed our suspicions and granted many a wish by announcing that Agarest Senki Zero is on its way here under the title Record of Agarest War Zero.

Good news for PlayStation 3 owners as well. Many of you complained, and Aksys listened. You made it clear that you didn't like the download-only format, and this time around the game will be available in disc format for both the PS3 and Xbox 360.

As the title suggests, Record of Agarest War Zero is a prequel to the first game. Aksys detailed a number of new features, including animated character portraits, the ability to better explore the towns and to foster your relationships with the ladies (who will change their style of dress as they grow to like you more), and a new card skill system which will be used to customize the fighting style of your main character, Sieghart.

Record of Agarest War Zero has not yet been given a date or price. We haven't got much to show you at this time (no girls in compromising positions yet, sorry!), but here's the logo:




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