Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star for PlayStation 3

Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star

Sep 23, 2014

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Gust Co. Ltd.
Content Rating: Teen


Ar Nosurge is a Fantasy, Sci-fi, '7 Dimension' RPG, that takes place in a world where music and song can create magic. It tells the compelling story of a civilization that lost their planet and has been roaming the edge of space for 2000 years in search of a new home. In Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star, the player follows two sets of characters: Delta and Casty, whose goal is to protect humanity and save the world, and Ion & Earthes, who are trying to find Ion a way home to Earth. The player can interchange between both pairs and soon discover a way to combine their storylines and strengths to eventually solve the mystery that shrouds their ongoing struggle. Developed by Gust, Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star is an intricately deep turn-based RPG and includes a detailed synthesis system for players to create their own items.

Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
Mat GrowcottOct 09, 2014
Even though it’s probably not going to be winning any awards, Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star is a unique title that tries to do something new. ...Anybody else would be right to be hesitant, although if getting to know characters inside-out is something that you’re constantly looking for, then this might be one to consider. After all, there aren’t many games that take that idea literally.
Lee CooperOct 06, 2014
Ar Nosurge is a confounding and constantly unfolding theater of romantic ideas and sci-fi absurdity.’s an engaging, frequently touching adventure about love, ambition and overcoming uncertainty. It’s as messy, disjointed and confusing as it is brilliant, cavernously deep and emotionally charging. Forgive its flaws, though, and there’s a lengthy — albeit dialogue heavy — adventure worth its weight in nuts and bolts.
Jae LeeOct 22, 2014
Of course, there’s plenty more to this game like the synthesis, hot spring conversations and purification, but those mechanics are just icing on an already moist and delicious cake. Spanning well over thirty hours with five different endings, there’s a great deal of fun to be had in the world of Ar nosurge. It’s just unfortunate that the lack of localization for the prequel ends up hurting the full enjoyment of this great sequel.

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