Though Atelier Totori Plus has been severely undermarketed, it is a great example of how these niche JRPGs fit wonderfully on the PS Vita (the same could be said about NIS’ job with Disgaea 3).
Totori Plus adds some DLC characters and a post game dungeon to make it a more comprehensive package than the PS3 version, not to mention it is more readily available.
In fact, the gameplay resonates particularly well with the handheld experience.
Since Atelier Totori focuses so much on completing mini quests, it’s easier to pick up and play in quick bursts than on a console.
Atelier Totori Plus does come with the original’s flaws but it’s the best (and easiest) way to play the game and hopefully future installments will find their way on the Vita as well.