Agarest: Generations of War – JRPG From Ghostlight – Coming To The PC

Agarest Generations of War
Good news for JRPG fans as Ghostlight have today revealed that they will be bringing console JRPG Agarest: Generations of War to PC. Ghostlight have already added the game to the Steam Greenlight service where it has been made available for voting here and they hope that this will be the first of several Japanese console games to be ported to the PC.
Ghostlight have also said that the port itself will be based on the North American Xbox 360 version and will feature Aksys’ excellent translation. In addition to that they are hoping to include support for both gamepad and mouse and keyboard, as well as Steam Achievements.
In Agarest: Generations of War – and according to its press release – players can choose the path of darkness or light through an epic story spanning 5 generations and featuring 60+ hours of gameplay
Players will battle hundreds of different creatures using an array of character abilities, in compelling and strategic turn-based combat. Players will also unite with their chosen heroine using the “soul breed” system and together shape the fate of the next generation of heroes
Moreover, players will collect hundreds of items and weapons, and harness the power of alchemy to vastly improve equipment, and they will build the ultimate army of warriors and master Extra Skills, Special Arts and Over Kills to defeat colossal enemies.
Agarest: Generations of War Official Trailer

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