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Xenosaga Episode III: Tsaratusutora wa Kaku Katariki

ゼノサーガ エピソードIII ツァラトゥストラはかく語りき

Developer

Monolith Soft

Genre

Role-Playing

Release Dates

08/29/06 Namco
07/06/06 Namco
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Community Stats

Owners: 191
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 6
Now Playing: 1

Summary

Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra ("Thus Spoke Zarathustra")

A year has passed since Xenosaga Episode II. Shion has resigned her post at Vector Industries after realizing that the company is deeply connected to the cause of the Gnosis phenomenon. She has thus joined Scientia, an underground organization, in order to unveil Vector's true objectives. The development of KOS-MOS is to be cancelled, and a mysterious android, T-elos appears to be taking KOS-MOS' place. Shadows of suspicion and conspiracy surround T-elos. Uncover the future of mankind in this much-anticipated conclusion to the Xenosaga trilogy.

Features:

 

  • Over 8 Hours of Movies Including Voiced Cut Scenes. Pre-rendered cut scenes and real-time cut scenes with dramatically enhanced models, as well as in-game voiced cut scenes with anime-style 2D portraits unveil an epic story.
  • The Exciting Conclusion to an Epic Trilogy. Building on the deeply philosophical and existential storyline of the first two titles, the concluding chapter in the series brings closure to the remaining mysteries in the highly acclaimed story.
  • Updated Battle System. Battles are intuitive and fun, combining the best aspects of the first two games' battles, while introducing the new Break system.
  • Customize Your Characters. A branching skill set promotes character specialization and diversification. Strategic party management is more highly rewarded, adding another level of depth to game strategy.
  • Money/Shops Are Back! Buy, barter, and sell any items or equipment, allowing you to upgrade your characters and E.S.s frequently.
  • An In-Game Database is Your Veritable "Xeno Bible". An easily accessible database of every detail: important events, people, items, keywords, locations, weapons, back-story, phenomenon, townspeople, associations and companies.
  • Challenge Yourself and Friends with new Mini-games. With 60 pre-made levels to complete, the Xenosaga puzzle mini-games add a new type of challenge for the player, and rewards his performance. The mini-game map editor also lets players create, play and share their own custom maps with friends.

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Sales History

Total Sales
0.18m
Japan
0.09m
NA
0.07m
Europe
0.02m
Others
0.37m
Total

Opinion (18)

Iveyboi posted 07/06/2012, 07:15
Too bad episode 2 turned off so many. 3 was well done despite the budget limitations
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Mutiverse37 posted 03/08/2009, 09:12
@zuhyc

SE owns the Xenogears franchise while NB owns the Xenosaga name. Takahashi can go and work wherever he wants. The story was never completed. He scripted six games, and only was able to release three (Ep II was actually the second have of Ep I) There is a lot of story left to tell. I was just pondering who would fund him to make more games. SE won't NB won't either and Nintendo? I doubt it. Most publishers in Japan see him as a failure who uses all and more of the budgets he is given and the sales only break even. He is a talented story teller and it is a shame he was forced to stop. In USA we got all three games and I would like more. I know it will never happen, but MS is the wealthiest company on earth and could afford to fund it. I always wonder if MS was flooded with letters of gamers who would buy the games. Who knows what would happen. Intrigued?
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Zuhyc posted 01/08/2009, 01:20
@ Mutiverse37:

-MS wants popular franchises, this is probably too small of a franchise.
- NB owns the franchise, not the creator
- The story is finished
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namdo posted 17/07/2009, 02:23
This game was too amazing. the best in the series by far.
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Mutiverse37 posted 08/07/2009, 08:12
@Citan
Beyond?? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. That's a good one. I, of course, was refering to the resources that Microsoft has. Takahashi had the door slammed shut on him by NB and Nintendo won't green light a Xenosaga project, but Microsoft has the resources to get it done, if they were motivated. The point I was making, is if he went to them, and convinced them to fund a Xeno project I think it would be pretty cool. Would you buy his games? Can you think of another company that could/would do it?
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Citan posted 04/07/2009, 11:01
@muti.
Takahashi is beoynd microsoft. Why the hell would he team up with them?
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