Blazing Souls: Accelate Image
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  • Summary: The story begins with Zero the protagonist making his living as an independent contractor. One day he is investigating a certain site. It is there that he finds a mysterious stone infused with a powerful magic known as the Core Elemental. As he takes on more and more jobs to investigate other locations, he discovers more and more Core Elemental stones. On his travels, he begins to encounter the Human Genomes-new creatures created by God to replace mankind.

    One thirsts for power.

    One desires only the eradication of mankind.

    And one hopes to retrieve what he has lost.

    To get what they desire, each one appears before our protagonist. Through his battles against the Human Genomes, our protagonist begins to learn the truth about the secret of his birth, and before long finds himself at the very place where he was born…

    Finally, he will learn the truth of his existence…
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  1. Jan 5, 2011
    67
    There are more little gripes with the game, but nothing game-breaking or truly miserable. It's the larger issues in gameplay, combined with an almost indifferent attitude to plot, character, and story that send this game into the realm of nigh-unplayability.
  2. Jun 22, 2012
    50
    With splintered gameplay, a poor plot, little direction, and some so-so presentation, this is one for JSRPG super fans only.
  3. Jul 11, 2012
    40
    Accelate started on my good side, with a respectable combat system that rewarded players willing to flesh out the combo mechanics. However, a poor tutorial system and that ridiculous search mechanic twisted the game from fun to downright annoying – no game should cause you to grind a stupid amount to see the next part of the main story - and fed me the answer that I didn't want to hear.
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