Submitted by Lavalamp 971d ago | review

Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk Review | RPGFan

RPGFan: "I would call Atelier Ayesha a side-step more than a step forward for the series. It adds as many features as it removes, ending up in the same place in terms of quality. It is a must-play for fans of the Arland series, and it comes with my recommendation for any RPG fan that isn't put off by an anime aesthetic and a slower pace. Like the Atelier games before it, it may appeal to a somewhat limited audience, but Atelier Ayesha is a quaint, relaxing adventure that provides a refreshing contrast to high-stakes JRPG melodrama." (Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk, PS3) 89/100

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