Three years ago, a rather... naughty Japanese-made console SRPG turned quite a few heads when it arrived in North America. Now, Record of Agarest War is back and headed for the PC.
The series I'm convinced people only buy for its bizarre limited edition contents returns to North America on June 26, bringing with it more justification for my theory.
Last year Aksys Games gave many Western gamers their first encounter with character pillow covers and breast mouse pads with Record of Agarest War. Unfortunately the game packed with these goodies wasn't particularly good. Second time's the charm, right?
Female characters eating bananas. Female characters covered in goo. Female characters covered in ferrets?
Aksys Games' new role-playing game may be a little too naughty for retailer GameStop, which is allegedly putting the "Really Naughty Limited Edition" of the video game behind the counter and out of sight of those offended by barely dressed cartoons.
Aksys' Really Naughty Limited Edition of Record of Agarest War is out for the Xbox 360, and its contents are so interesting that one girl and two cats gather to see what's inside. Warning: Simulated boob poking ensues.
Breast-shaped mouse pads make their Western debut, along with several other naughty items in Record of Agarest War's Really Naughty Limited Edition for the Xbox 360, announced today with a slightly NSFW instructional video, in case instinct doesn't take over.
The North American trailer for Compile Heart's breeding RPG Record of Agarest War knows its audience, and with blurred nudity and a borderline money shot, grabs them by the...well it isn't the throat.
Upcoming PlayStation Network title Record of Agarest War may sound tempting to fans of strategy RPGs, but if you've got a 20GB system (or even a 60GB system), you may want to be careful.
Aksys announces that their saucy strategy RPG Record of Agarest War, would be coming to the Xbox 360 as well as he PlayStation 3 next spring, a decision they claim has saved the world.
PS3 "soul breeding" game Record of Agarest War is being released in Europe by Ghostlight. The publisher has entertained two choices for box art.
Aksys Games has launched a placeholder website for Record of Agarest War, the "soul breeding" Japanese strategy RPG that is completely distracting me with its teaser image. What were we talking about again?
Record of Agarest War, released in 2007, is a PS3 breeding RPG. And breeding means doing it — and what did that mean?