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Rumor: Atelier Totori Plus set for PS Vita

Gematsu: "Gust is readying a PlayStation Vita version of Atelier Totori: The Adventure of Arland, according to retail listings discovered by Game.tw forum member."

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1943d ago
Sanquine901943d ago

Yes , The vita is picking steam! Now the western public has some games announced ( Killzone , tear away) . I would love to see some japanese games ( Monster hunter vita? Please capcom or God eater?)

HarryMasonHerpderp1943d ago

Damn just bought this game for the PS3.
Might buy it again if the Vita version has a lot of extra stuff included.

LiViNgLeGaCY1942d ago

Since you bought it, I need to ask a question.

Is it like Rorona? Where you have a time limit to craft stuff? Because I bought the game, then stopped playing because of this reason alone.

HarryMasonHerpderp1942d ago (Edited 1942d ago )

I haven't played it yet, playing through Rorona first and I know where you're coming from with the time limit thing I would prefer to not have a time limit but that's just how the series works which you will either like or won't.

Anyway to answer your question I think it does include the time limit thing, I think they all do.You should still give the games a try though but I understand if you find it annoying.

ThePsychoGamer1942d ago

Sadly all games in the Arland sub-trilogy have time limits. Also, I so glad that Gust has said the next Atelier game won't have a time limit.

Sephiroushin1942d ago

@ThePsychoGamer

Well I already played Atelier Ayesha and it has time limit so that's not true, I don't know if you really read that from Gust but you can look for videos etc and you'll find out that the next Atelier ( which is Ayesha and released for JP ) has time limit, sadly; You've more control in the manage of the time, with this I mean you can waste lot of time!

Fullmetalevolust1943d ago

I hope it sees a release date over seas, so far all the atelier titles have been released in the US on PS2, perhaps there's hope.

Cloudberry1943d ago

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I'm 90% positive that NISA would also localize this game if it's true.

knifefight1942d ago

Well, none of the other handheld Atelier games came stateside though, aside from Atelier Lina for the DS. It sold poorly -- even with the huge install base of DS -- so the even smaller base of Vita might not be a smart business move. There are a bunch we didn't get.

Sucks for people like who and me, who might be interested in it, but sadly, this is still a question mark for localization.

schrnkuk1941d ago

im sure it will
since they already translated it for the ps3.
thats why disgae 3 saw a release date on vita, they already have the English texts so they have really less effort to make