Record of Agarest War has a "Soul Breed" system in which players must capture the heart of the game's heroines so that they can create their successor. When this happens, there is a "special" movie that's show, and afterwards the new successor is revealed. His stats are even based on the heroine you select for breeding. Yep, in-game DNA.
Originally, the Japanese game was released on the PS3, but it has since gotten the inevitable Xbox 360 — complete with underwear differences. The game has been Japan Only... Until now, it seems.
A rating for PS3 title Agarest: Generations of War has appeared in Germany. The game will be released by European publisher Midas Interactive, who has worked with Japan's Idea Factory. Idea Factory is partly responsible for Record of Agarest War. So there you go.