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Submitted by Arcee 667d ago | review

Pop Cults - Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk Review

Richard of PopCults.com writes "Because of her humble life, it is easy to get drawn in and genuinely care for the character of Ayesha. She isn’t brash or bold, timid or weak – instead, Ayesha comes across as the kind of girl you would sit next to in homeroom or the girl that sits down next to you at the library, very calm and friendly. Throughout the course of the game, I constantly found myself reading the journal that the player is able to keep that helps Ayesha identify important events and people in the game." (Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk, PS3) B+/A+

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