Busty JRPG Record of Agarest War is coming to PC, courtesy of its European publisher Ghostlight. The tactical RPG has you saving the world and fighting men and watching cutscenes and all that, but also finding mates to do lie-down kisses with and produce new characters for you to play over the generations.
Developed by Idea Factory, Record of Agarest War was first released in Japan in 2007. It finally launched in North America on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2010.
The port's based on the North American Xbox 360 edition, with the English translation by American publisher Aksys. Ghostlight's working on supporting both gamepads and mice.
"Should this first release take off, we will be looking to bring more JRPGs to PC," Ghostlight community manager Ross Brierley told VentureBeat. "And with the nature of the PC as a platform, we would be looking to give them a worldwide release [wherever] possible."
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