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Following hot on the heels of the number 1 top selling epic SRPG “Agarest: Generations Of War”, Ghostlight are proud to announce its prequel “Agarest: Generations Of War ZERO” bringing an enticing blend of in-depth strategy and epic multi-generational storytelling to Steam!

...From the void, the gods of darkness and light created Agarest, a most perfect and divine world. As the generations passed, paradise sadly fell to the ravages of time. War darkened the skies and Agarest soon became a torturous hell as the gods divided and immense armies clashed, desecrating the once beautiful land…
After many years with the war in deadlock, Sieghart, a young officer loyal to the armies of light, passes through the scarred mountains on a perilous mission. There, he meets a strange girl and unknowingly changes the fate of the world forever.

  • Watch the story unfold as you battle the enemy hordes in over 80hrs in a compelling and innovative turn based-based combat system
  • Choose the path of Darkness or Light through a truly epic story, spanning multiple generations
  • Build your ultimate army of warriors and master Extra Skills, Special Arts and Over Kills to defeat colossal enemies!
  • Use the all new Card Skill System to create your hero’s unique persona.
  • Featuring stunning new and beautifully animated character portraits.
  • The Soul Breed System returns! Unite with your chosen bride to shape the fate of the next generation of heroes
Agarest: Generations of War ZERO exclusive game features!Agarest: Generations of War ZERO contains many of the unique features found in the first release of the series such as Extended Areas allowing you to chain attacks together in huge combos, the Blacksmith’s Guild for experimentation in crafting of items and weapons and of course, the Soul Breed System where you must carefully choose your bride as this decision will directly affect following generations.

In addition to these existing game features, the following new features have been added:
The new Vacation Days allow you to get to know your party members better and unlock bonus items and locations by visiting various places in the towns. Also, as you build your relationship with the rest of your party you will unlock new costumes for them to wear.

Character portraits displayed during conversations have been vastly improved with the implementation of Motion Portrait. This brings characters to life with subtle animations really helping to enhance the stunning artwork.

With various other changes such as improved graphics and a brand new Card Skill System to allow you to customise your starting character, this is a prequel you won’t want to miss.

Exclusive to the PC version, this new and improved version of Agarest: Generations Of War ZERO now features Cloud Saving (which has also been added to Agarest: Generations Of War very recently). We’ve also added the ability to decide which direction you wish the controls to be offset along with a revamp of the DLC menu giving you control to pick and choose how DLC is added to your existing saves. As expected there is full mouse and keyboard support, full gamepad support, Steam achievements, higher resolution art and a number of other user interface changes to ensure that PC gamers receive the best gaming experience possible. We are pleased to announce that a selection of collectible Steam Trading Cards are featured, whilst DLC is included in the game completely free of charge with other bundle packs of DLC available to purchase separately after release.Included free DLC
  • A Deputy's Gift Pack: Contains 4 Flame elements, 4 Ice elements, 4 Thunder elements, 4 Wind elements, 4 Earth elements, 4 Darkness elements and 4 Light elements
  • Upgrade Pack 1: Contains 2 STR UP, 2 VIT Up, 2 Agi Up, 2 Int Up. 2 LUK Up and 2 Max HP Up
  • Healing Hand Pack: Contains Healing Hand Pack
  • Upgrade Pack 2: Contains 2 STR UP+, 2 VIT Up+, 2 Agi Up+, 2 Int Up+. 2 LUK Up+ and 2 Max HP Up+
  • Health and Guard Pack: Contains 2 Marfile Seed, 2 Vessels of life, 1 Revive, 1 Dryad's Soul and 1 Requiem Bracelet
  • Legendary Items Pack: Contains 2 Divine Branch, 2 Unicorn Horn, 2 Moon Fragment, Magic Crystal Chip, 1 seed of Happiness and 1 Bracelet of Feicui
  • Dream Prophecy Pack: Contains 2 Damascus, 2 meteoric iron, 2 generation crystal, 2 lapis noster, 1 shiny fang and 1 whispered dream
  • Logistic Support 1: Contains railgun, divine guard, crystal bracelet, dark bracelet and bracelet of light
  • Fall from Grace Pack: Contains Big Black, Black bustier, Angel Halo and Angel Wing
  • Stout Defense Pack 1: Contains extra frame, chaos frame, Heaven's End and E.O.M
  • Squalid Chicken Pack: Contains rusty sword, rusty bracelet. rusty ring, funky chicken and chicken ring
  • Nobility Pack: Contains Princess Bustier, Princess's Tiara, Imperial Guar and levitation stone
  • Loral Beast Pack: Contains Seiryu's sword, Genbu's gauntlet, Byakko's Bracelet and Suzaku's Ring
  • Stout Defense Pack 2: Contains Dragon frame, Demon frame, Mighty ring, Dismal Sylph and Prometheus Bound
  • Extra Points Pack 1: Contains 5000 gold, 50PP 150TP and 250EP
  • Extra Points Pack 2: Contains 50000 gold, 150PP, 350TP and 5000EP
  • Add-on Dungeon 1: An Add-on Dungeon for Generation 1 - A new adventure awaits in the Fohites Ruins
  • Add-on Dungeon 2: An Add-on Dungeon for Generation 2 - Explore the Neige Snow Field
Release date
Idea Factory
Ghostlight LTD
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 2.13GHz Intel Core2 Duo or equivalent
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with 64Mb RAM and support for v3 shaders
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • OS: Windows XP or later
  • Processor: 3GHz Intel i3 or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with 128Mb RAM and support for v3 shaders
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
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Agarest: Generations of War Zero reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Visually really successful (as you can also see on the screenshots) and musically also quite okay. Especially the animated Avatars, which move according to the mouth during Conversations (all of which are-Japanese), leave a positive Impression ... But the gameplay and the Game world ... that just leaves something to be desired. You travel from Point to Point on an Overview Map, explore Areas and you can't do the same. The turn-based Battles are very tough: First comes the Phase where you can select the Moves, then they are executed together with the enemy moves, then comes the Attack phase, in which you can put Together attacks and then Execute them. All Actions consume Action Points and are not really the Bang in execution ... Game Elements like the Overkill (means: If you zero in on an Opponent's HP and DANN still deducts the Amount of its maximum HP in the same Attack, you have mastered an "Overkill"-.-) seem to me to have developed your Finger. So does the "extended Attack," for which the Figures must be placed together in a certain Constellation so that they can carry out an Attack together (the Position Patterns are quite confused) ... The DLCs in this Game Are Itempackete. Itemppackete!! Which make the Game even easier than it already is! (You can't choose a Degree of difficulty, it may be more difficult in the later Course Of the game ..., maybe so heavy that you would have to grin a lot >.
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Well, like its Predecessor, "Agarest-Generations of War," "Agarest ZERO" belongs to the Variety Game that probably doesn't have many Fans, but those who like it celebrate it. I myself am divided, with the Positives outweighing me. One thing in advance: The Game is recommended Exclusively to people who like to fight many Fights. Pro:-Compared to its Predecessor, they are better made, as you no longer have a huge area to "Explore" and long Distances with Randomencountern, but as on the World Map now waypoints, which trigger Fights. -The Combat System is good, as well as in advantage-"Vacation Day" events where you can gain Reputation with the Characters and sometimes earn Items or Points. -Many unlockable Stuff Contra:-The Crafting system is almost PFLIGHT to get equipment, otherwise you have long Thirst Stretches and many Items require Items that only drop Certain Monsters, but which Monster drops a certain item is Most of the time not visible, exactly where this Monster is. Some Items do not become available in the Shop even after Manufacture And these are sometimes only to be produced with materials that are difficult to obtain and in addition, the Forging process can go wrong. So really not optimally solved. The System itself is good, but extremely annoying. -Party members who are not in the Group do not level with. -Soldier linear. The only relevant Decisions concern only the Reputation of Women-Some ugly Graphics Errors All in all, the Game has some Weaknesses but, at least me, still Fun. So, little Update: I've played through the Game now. The final Fights are not particularly demanding when you master the one really meaningful Tactic of employing the Boss with a Decoy that is revived every Round, leaving the Boss his ultimate attack, which in Doubt Triggers the death of the entire Team Only "wasted" on one Character, while you color special Points through mutual Buffing and then overkilled Boss within a Lap with the Team's strongest Skills. So there is no more Talk of "demanding" in the Endgame, rather of blunt:D Well, at least you don't have to grin ^^ Everything in All Things could have done a lot better and the Game unfortunately gave away a lot of Potential, but can also be so wanted.
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