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This strategy/light dating-sim rpg seems to have held its price for the most part. Shopto seem to have bucked that trend for the moment though, if you fancy a copy.

Agarest: Generations of War

At the dawn of time, the world of Agarest was plunged into a terrible war between the forces of good and evil. Entire races fought and died for their divine masters, ending in the total destruction of Agarest. The victorious Gods of light unifi ed their defeated foes, creating a new world and sealing their broken bodies into an eternity of darkness.

With the ancient wars fading into distant memory, all have forgotten the evil lumbering beneath their feet, but the darkness remembers. It watches. It waits. The seal that held the evil for aeons is fading and war is again raging among the Kingdoms of Men.

Features include:

* Choose the path of darkness or light through a truly epic story spanning 5 generations and featuring 60+ hours of gameplay

* Battle hundreds of different creatures using an array of character abilities, in compelling and strategic turn-based combat

* 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!
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#1
should really wait till it goes down to £9.99 because the PSN network is down so PS3 games will soon tumble under pressure to get rid
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zcgby03
should really wait till it goes down to £9.99 because the PSN network is down so PS3 games will soon tumble under pressure to get rid


Quite possibly the dumbest **** I have ever read. The PSN is down, Sony aren't exactly entering bankruptcy are they?
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SFP_NooDLe
Quite possibly the dumbest **** I have ever read.


Are you new to the internet?
1 Like #4
Holy crap! The PSN is down? Nobody has repeatedly posted that in threads for THE PAST WEEK.

Edited By: swissrebel on Apr 27, 2011 22:29
#5
SFP_NooDLe
zcgby03
should really wait till it goes down to £9.99 because the PSN network is down so PS3 games will soon tumble under pressure to get rid


Quite possibly the dumbest **** I have ever read. The PSN is down, Sony aren't exactly entering bankruptcy are they?


Sony may have to pay compensation to 77million PSN Network customers for damages resulting from potential identity theft! They only starting making profit from the PS3 in 2010, which means the compensation will outway any profit they actually made! Also any actual identity theft that may occur will also cost them. UK bodies have already estimated how much they will fine Sony (£500,000)
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OMG SONY ARE GOING BANKRUPT?!
1 Like #7
WTFFFFFF i'm selling all my Sony stuff right now because of that post.
#8
zcgby03

Sony may have to pay compensation to 77million PSN Network customers for damages resulting from potential identity theft! They only starting making profit from the PS3 in 2010, which means the compensation will outway any profit they actually made! Also any actual identity theft that may occur will also cost them. UK bodies have already estimated how much they will fine Sony (£500,000)
Don't be silly. Aside from the obvious problems with your post, such as it being very difficult to hold someone civilly liable for the criminal acts of others and the vagueness of your assertions about nameless 'UK bodies' (which frankly sounds made up), Sony are a vast multi national company with assets far beyond those associated with the Playstation brand name. Your snap claim about a £500,000 fine, even if it had a grain of truth to it, would be a drop in the ocean. Lest we forget that Microsoft have been fined over €1.5 billion by the EU in recent years, and last I checked they didn't go into meltdown. As such your claims about the value of PS3 games 'tumbling' are ill founded at best.
1 Like #9
zcgby03
You think Sony are going to survive?

Now I'm certain this guy is trolling.
#10
who cares about that.

this game any good? mixed reviews, more interested in the gameplay if anyone has tried it and has an opinion ta.
1 Like #11
It's a half decent sjrpg that's worth a play if that's your bag. Just make sure you don't play it in front of your girlfriend. In fact, don't play it in front of anyone and keep it brown bagged

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