Gust Released A Teaser Trailer For Ar no Surge

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

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Gust has recently released a new trailer for Ar no Surge. The game is the continuation of Ciel Nosurge, and also acts as a prequel to the Ar Tonelico series. The Trailer is a minute long, introduces new and old characters with animated cutscenes and extremely brief demonstrations of the gameplay. You can check out the trailer below.

Ar no Surge is a PlayStation 3 exclusive, due out in Japan on March 6th of this year. No localization announcement has been made, hopefully we’ll get one down the line after its release in Japan.

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  • Goose

    You know it’s news like this that not only depress me but push me to expedite studying Japanese. I STILL listen to the Ar Tonelico soundtracks.

  • Omniterasu

    I must say i absolutely love the Ar Tonelico series (I, II, and Qoga). My favorite would have to be II, even though I really liked Qoga, II had such an amazing soundtrack that it really set itself apart from the others. I really hope this makes it state-side so i can continue to enjoy this awesome series.

    • ScienceNonfiction

      II would have been my favorite if it weren’t for the sloppy translation job. I usually like NISA’s localization work but they really dropped the ball on II.

  • Jose Coronado

    Love the Ar Tonelico games, looking forward to playing this game, if it doesn’t get localized into US then i’ll just focus on learning Japanese then play the game