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Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star Preview | GodisaGeek

Mick Fraser: "Ar Nosurge proves once again just how unafraid Gust are of dropping players in at the deep end, and just how reliant they are that their fans will expect and welcome complexity. If you’re a genre fan, the fast-paced, turn-based combat and deep story will certainly thrill you, but newcomers either to JRPGs or Gust may struggle with the intricate systems. As it is, Ode to an Unborn Star is likely to be a compelling, unique adventure – just don’t expect it to hold your hand when it finally releases here in September." (Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star, PS3)

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