Agarest: Generations of War Review - Made For Gaming

Evan writes: " I could mince words, sugar coat and attempt to coerce you to waste precious time on this travesty because it.. Uhh.. runs O.K., I guess, but the sad fact is this game would barely be passable no matter how you looked at it. If Idea Factory’s (referred to by another, more colourful moniker by some) Agarest: Generations of War was any sort of benchmark for the caliber of JRPG they are willing to release, take refuge in your shanties built of handhelds. Between simple, clichéd story tropes and combat that teeters from mundane to monotonous, there isn't much to praise."

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