The Persona franchise is quite near and dear to our hearts here on Swords and Zippers; thus, the official announcement of the fifth title in the series is nothing short of ecstasy.
Posted by Mike Geib
On 11/19/2013, Atlus released the localized 2D fighting gamne Aquapazza, based on... visual novel characters?
With the advent of the PS4, one must surely ask: where is the JRPG going amidst these turbulent times?
A more mature theme is something to be expected from a JRPG in these modern times. Racism and diversity are naturally not left by the wayside.
While some games get prettier others stay retro, and even more simply sharpen and polish what's worked before.
As it were, playing Agarest: Generations of War only makes me think about the best title from the series, Record of Agarest War 2, and its awful, awful protagonist.
It's an oldie but a goodie, and by the graphics and smoothness of the game you'll wonder why "modern" games don't have the same polish.
Something bizarre has happened over the last few weeks. Something... that has happened quite a few times before, and will happen again and again.
One franchise. Two separate bunches of games. The difference between them? A gulf, by comparison. The world of Shin Megami Tensei is far-encompassing, and not all SMT games are created equal.
Difficulty comes in many forms, and (J)RPG's are susceptible to some of the worst. Just how many ways are there to drive a gamer to tears?
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