And fans of strategy RPGs and dating sims/gratuitous fanservice rejoiced. If you fall into either of those categories, you should head on down to your local game shop or online dealer and pick up Record of Agarest War Zero.
The original game, according to our big JRPG/SRPG fan, Chad, was highly underrated. The fact that most of that game’s marketing was based around the sexy bits probably didn’t help. Zero follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, keeping the blend of old-school SRPG gameplay and visual novel/dating sim/general fanservice.
We’ve got a review in the works, so stick around for more details.