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Ar nosurge Plus Limited Edition
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Ar nosurge™ Plus is a Fantasy, Sci-fi, '7 Dimension' RPG, that takes place in a world where music and song can create magic. It tells the compelling story of a civilization that lost their planet and has been roaming the edge of space for 2000 years in search of a new home.
In Ar nosurge Plus, the player follows two sets of characters: Delta and Casty, whose goal is to protect humanity and save the world, and Ion & Earthes, who are trying to find Ion a way home to Earth. The player can interchange between both pairs and soon discover a way to combine their storylines and strengths to eventually solve the mystery that shrouds their ongoing struggle.
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|Official Release Date||Jul 02, 2015|
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|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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For those who are JRPG fans I highly recommend this game.
For fans who wanted the english ver, this game plays out well in narration and it only had a digital download only.
If you do not brought the game yet you probably miss out on collecting physical version of the game.
The visual looks so much crispy in ps vita tv.
Ar No Surge is very good RPG, has great battles, one of the main tasks we play in this game. When we are in the open areas, the title quickly points us the percentage of likely they are to engage in combat against rivals, a fact that has caught my attention. And when these wrongs are consumed, the game quite changed its approach. Instead of having to go dispatching enemies as in other similar titles, in this case we face are turn-based battles against waves.
In relation to its graphical plot and as we advance in the corresponding impressions, Ar Nosurge offers a level of overall quality comparable to the provisions of this type of PS2 titles ... but in HD, of course. By this we mean that its graphics engine is simply solvent unpretentious, showing 3D characters and scenery provided with a single level of detail.
In contrast, the sound is more careful. The dubbing (in English or Japanese with subtitles in the same Anglo-Saxon language) is a remarkable level, and is topped by a magnificent and varied soundtrack and special effects do their job. That said, the sound a couple of steps is above that observed in the graphic plot.
The box is a delight to see. I love Ar Nosurge so I got the Plus edition for the bonuses and thought, why not get the agent pack?
Not to say I regret purchasing it, but I dont really think it is worth $99.99. I was expecting the earphones to be more well made but it is plasticky and feels very veryyy cheap. Kinda like a $5 earphones on the flee market.
I like the strap and the skin but I was expecting the earphones to be the selling point, considering that the game is $50 so I thought I would get at least an earphone worth $30. The sound quality is not great too, kinda meh. I'd put the value at about $70 tops, if you consider packaging and the bonus code.
If you ask me, I would suggest to just get the normal edition of the game unless you really like the game like me and just go for it :)
Rpg with sexy and action.
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