Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star Review | RPG Site

RPG Site writes: While I was disappointed in the technical performance of the game, Ar nosurge Plus remains one of the better modern entries in the genre. Players will be uncover some brilliant character relationships and outstanding music that will remain with you long after the credits have rolled.

If you are at all interested in this brand of Japanese RPG, I urge you to give this one at least a try. Keep in mind that the early moments of the game may be a tad tough to wrap one’s head around.

Invest a little time into it and I am sure you will find the same wonderful appeal I have for this game. Lastly, go buy the soundtrack.

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blackblades1250d ago

Yeah I was going to get this on ps3, now I'll probably get on vita with all the dlc. Heard a few couple bad things, of the graphics goes down, the text are really small. Other then that vita is the best version.

Spotie1250d ago

I was thinking of getting it for PS4. If anything, I'm most looking forward to the music. The soundtracks in Ar Tonelico have always been something I've loved.

blackblades1250d ago

From what I know it's not on ps4, the original was on ps3, then the plus version with all dlc and new stuff on vita which just came out.

nodim1250d ago (Edited 1250d ago )

Actually it's not and will not be on ps4.

Scatpants1250d ago

I got it for Vita. I've only played about 30 minutes so far, but it's not as good as I'd hoped. I'm hoping it will get better, but it just has a janky feeling to it, like 2 identical NPCs will be standing right next to each other in a scene.

Karuto1250d ago

I had that happen a couple times in the PS3 version. What a weird thing.

slinky1234561250d ago

I got it for the Vita. I'm 5 hours in and it's fun, but there's just so much pointless reading in it... like really pointless... I'm starting to know where I need to just skip conversations.