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Submitted by Spectator1 896d ago | review

Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk Review | gamrReview

gamrReview: "I think that what goes unexplained about the world of Ayesha could make for a very interesting storyline in the next few games, and I'm hopeful that Gust can find that sweet point again between funny and meaningful narrative that they managed to achieve Totori. If they can do that, they can get back on the track of consistently improving the series and hopefully it can start to get some of the recognition it deserves." (Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk, PS3) 7.6/10

MattS  +   896d ago
It's good to see more critics are willing to give this series a better chance. From getting 5/10s and 6/10s it's now starting to get more reasonable scores from publications that don't think Call of Duty is the only way games can be made.
TRGCarl  +   895d ago
I enjoyed parts of the game but I think it deserved a low score for a 50 dollar game it looks like a ps2 game

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