History Videogame / AgarestSenki

9th Jun '17 7:49:22 AM Piterpicher
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** AgarestSenki2 also does this one ''in the opening!'' According to the gameplay however, it was a bad idea to punch out [[spoiler: [[FinalBoss Summerill]] and [[TrueFinalBoss Chaos]]]].

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** AgarestSenki2 ''VideoGame/AgarestSenki2'' also does this one ''in the opening!'' According to the gameplay however, it was a bad idea to punch out [[spoiler: [[FinalBoss Summerill]] and [[TrueFinalBoss Chaos]]]].
14th May '17 3:42:41 PM nombretomado
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The newest Agarest game of Compile Heart, however this time they're teaming up with the former staff who worked on the SummonNight games. The artwork is now done instead by someone named "Blade" instead of the usual artwork by Hirano Katsuyuki.

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The newest Agarest game of Compile Heart, however this time they're teaming up with the former staff who worked on the SummonNight 'VideoGame/SummonNight'' games. The artwork is now done instead by someone named "Blade" instead of the usual artwork by Hirano Katsuyuki.
22nd Dec '16 6:42:59 AM Gosicrystal
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* AntiGrinding: Despite having a lot of things that encourage players to grind, straying out of the main quest to train adds more turns to the total count, [[LostForever which will result some events and characters to be blocked or lost permanently]]. Being stronger than the game expects also cuts down battle bonus and benefit you get in the main quests. [[SubvertedTrope US release modded the game so that you can grind in a dungeon all you want without spending turns.]]

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* AntiGrinding: Despite having a lot of things that encourage players to grind, straying out of the main quest to train adds more turns to the total count, [[LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent which will result some events and characters to be blocked or lost permanently]]. Being stronger than the game expects also cuts down battle bonus and benefit you get in the main quests. [[SubvertedTrope US release modded the game so that you can grind in a dungeon all you want without spending turns.]]
5th Jul '16 5:07:31 PM Someoneman
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* InstantDeathRadius: ThatOneBoss Midas will kill any party member within 2 squares with Phoenix Strike. No exceptions.

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* InstantDeathRadius: ThatOneBoss Midas will kill any party member within 2 squares with Phoenix Strike. No exceptions.



** More specifically there are certain passive abilities that greatly increase damage at low health, and all characters gain three unique attacks that can only be used with large amounts of SP, which is gained in small amounts by attacking and being attacked as well as massive amounts to all party members by having characters die. [[DesperationAttack If both low HP and high SP are met on characters with the right passives]] [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome they can easily destroy an enemy hundreds of levels over them in a single blow.]]

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** More specifically there are certain passive abilities that greatly increase damage at low health, and all characters gain three unique attacks that can only be used with large amounts of SP, which is gained in small amounts by attacking and being attacked as well as massive amounts to all party members by having characters die. [[DesperationAttack If both low HP and high SP are met on characters with the right passives]] [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome they can easily destroy an enemy hundreds of levels over them in a single blow.]]
30th May '16 10:49:00 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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Agarest Senki (known as ''Record of Agarest War'' on consoles in North America and ''Agarest: Generations of War'' in Europe and on PC in North America) is a [[TurnBasedStrategy strategy RPG]] developed by Creator/IdeaFactory and Creator/RedEntertainment and released in North America by Aksys Games on 27 April 2010 for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 and UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}, and for the PC on 3rd of October 2013 through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} after getting Greenlit by users.

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Agarest Senki (known as ''Record of Agarest War'' on consoles in North America and ''Agarest: Generations of War'' in Europe and on PC in North America) is a [[TurnBasedStrategy strategy RPG]] developed by Creator/IdeaFactory Creator/IdeaFactory, Creator/CompileHeart, and Creator/RedEntertainment and released in North America by Aksys Games on 27 April 2010 for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 and UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}, and for the PC on 3rd of October 2013 through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} after getting Greenlit by users.
30th Apr '16 12:44:41 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Why was the North American [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]] version not released on a retail disc? Sony America doesn't allow retail discs without English voice acting.
** Oddly averted with with the prequel and sequel, which still has no English voice option, but did get disc releases.
14th Apr '16 5:46:30 AM Someoneman
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* [[DesignItYourselfEquipment Design It Yourself Descendant]]: Whoever the protagonist of that generation chooses as his wife, the next generation will have a different look.



** AgarestSenki2 also does this one ''in the [[HolyShitQuotient opening!]]'' According to the gameplay however, it was a bad idea to punch out [[spoiler: [[FinalBoss Summerill]] and [[TrueFinalBoss Chaos]]]].

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** AgarestSenki2 also does this one ''in the [[HolyShitQuotient opening!]]'' opening!'' According to the gameplay however, it was a bad idea to punch out [[spoiler: [[FinalBoss Summerill]] and [[TrueFinalBoss Chaos]]]].



* MetalSlime: Golden Bats. They typically have levels far higher than normal for the area you in, but have roughly the same health as the monsters you should be fighting, so if you can end the fight quickly you can see roughly a 600% or higher bonus to your rewards. However their Will Powers make it so they take significantly reduced damage from everything, they naturally resist magic, and once they hit 25% health physical attacks no longer work. Oh, and they [[RegeneratingHealth regenerate 20% of their health a turn]], can [[LifeDrain drain your health]], and can [[TheMedic easily fully heal all of the other enemies while they're at it.]] If the fight goes too long, expect to see a penalty on your rewards, rather than the standard reward you could've gotten had those GoddamnedBats just not been there.

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* MetalSlime: Golden Bats. They typically have levels far higher than normal for the area you in, but have roughly the same health as the monsters you should be fighting, so if you can end the fight quickly you can see roughly a 600% or higher bonus to your rewards. However their Will Powers make it so they take significantly reduced damage from everything, they naturally resist magic, and once they hit 25% health physical attacks no longer work. Oh, and they [[RegeneratingHealth regenerate 20% of their health a turn]], can [[LifeDrain drain your health]], and can [[TheMedic easily fully heal all of the other enemies while they're at it.]] If the fight goes too long, expect to see a penalty on your rewards, rather than the standard reward you could've gotten had those GoddamnedBats they just not been there.



** Except [[ThatOneBoss Midas]].



* [[RegionalBonus NTSC Bonus]]: The North American version came out 9 months after the European version, and fixed much of that version's BlindIdiotTranslation. This version also lets you grind in a dungeon without spending turns.



** Qualifies to me more as a ScrewYouElves speech.
*** Not at all. It had nothing to do with the jerk being an elf and more to do with being rude to a woman that saved him while he cowered.

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** Qualifies to me more as a ScrewYouElves speech.
*** Not at all. It had nothing to do with
* RegionalBonus: The North American version came out 9 months after the jerk being an elf European version, and more to do with being rude to a woman fixed much of that saved him while he cowered.version's BlindIdiotTranslation. This version also lets you grind in a dungeon without spending turns.
18th Feb '16 8:44:42 PM GrammarNavi
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Why was the North American PS3 version not released on a retail disc? Sony America doesn't allow retail discs without English voice acting.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Why was the North American PS3 [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 PS3]] version not released on a retail disc? Sony America doesn't allow retail discs without English voice acting.
8th Jan '16 2:55:35 PM Discar
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* PalsWithJesus: Borgnine not only is one of the first characters to join your party, but also happens to be a [[OurGodsAreGreater Larva]], a lesser god.

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* PalsWithJesus: Borgnine not only is one of the first characters to join your party, but also happens to be a [[OurGodsAreGreater [[OurGodsAreDifferent Larva]], a lesser god.
4th Jan '16 5:29:55 PM hamza678
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There is a prequel called ''Agarest Senki ZERO'' and a sequel called ''Agarest Senki 2''. ''Agarest Senki ZERO'' got a PC release via Steam on 14th of April 2014. ''Agarest Senki 2'' followed on 19th of February, 2015.

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There is a prequel called ''Agarest Senki ZERO'' ''VideoGame/AgarestSenkiZERO'' and a sequel called ''Agarest Senki 2''.''VideoGame/AgarestSenki2''. ''Agarest Senki ZERO'' got a PC release via Steam on 14th of April 2014. ''Agarest Senki 2'' followed on 19th of February, 2015.
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