Agarest: Generations of War Coming to Steam October 3rd

Monday, September 16th, 2013

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Record of Agarest War, an SRPG from Compile Heart, Idea Factory and Red Entertainment, was Greenlit for a Steam release earlier this year under its European title, Agarest: Generations of War. Now, we finally have a release date for the title’s Windows debut: October 3. It will retail at $19.99 (USD)/£14.99/€17.99.

Ghostlight, as they are wont to do, are offering several incentives to those who pre-order the title. Not only will the sticker price on all pre-orders be discounted by 20%, but customers will also have a range of DLC items from which to choose for free. The seven packs available to those who pre-order (with exciting names like the Fallen Angel Pack and Legendary Monster Pack) will revert to costing you real money on release day, so don’t hesitate if you want to save yourself some cash down the line. Pre-orders officially open up as of today, September 16th.

Agarest: Generations of War is aptly named, since players will experience an epic fantasy storyline that takes place over the span of five generations. The Windows version from Ghostlight will feature the original Japanese voice-overs with English subtitles, Steam achievements and both keyboard/mouse and gamepad support.

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Other titles in the Agarest franchise are available from Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, and Amazon.co.uk:

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