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    Takara no chizu - Japandemonium for February 10th, 2012

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    Time for buried treasure!

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    i'm sure there is a game out there where santa beats people with a candy cane. There just has to be.

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    If you can find me an RPG where Santa beats people with a candy cane I will review it!

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    That concept art for Ciel no Surge looks kinda cool. I have no idea what is going with some of those screenshots, but it has a unique look to it. I can't figure out if those are strange hair decorations or very strange ears, though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinBahamut View Post
    That concept art for Ciel no Surge looks kinda cool. I have no idea what is going with some of those screenshots, but it has a unique look to it. I can't figure out if those are strange hair decorations or very strange ears, though...
    And if I'm allowed to say anything, I'd say that the Surge Concerto series is going to be an spiritual successor of sorts to Ar tonelico. After all, we have a world setting with similar aspects and appearance, both worlds have similar names (Ar Ciel and La Ciela), both have song magic, and there's also the concept of a dying planet in both as well, not to mention the writing that seems to be a constructed language at the bottom of the logo (it definitively isn't Hymmnos though), and the fact that the director and creator of Ar tonelico, Akira Tsuchiya, is now the director and creator for Surge Concerto. The only other thing I can say is that a more proper translation for the subtitle of Ciel Nosurge would be "A Song Offered to the Lost Planet".

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    It really hurts me that I will not play the new Suikoden...
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