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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 746d ago | review

IGN- Atelier Totori Plus Review

IGN:Atelier Totori was a very good RPG to begin with, but its stylish, technically modest graphics, and focus on bite-sized quests make it an ideal candidate for handheld gaming. Everything that made the original what it is, for better or worse, is here on the Vita – including the near-constant interruptions by poorly executed dialogue which still bar it from greatness. But its additional content and small-screen visual presence make Atelier Totori Plus the definitive version, and an easy recommendation for franchise fans and RPG buffs in general. (Atelier Totori Plus, PS Vita) 7.8/10

Protagonist  +   746d ago
PS Vita library really getting massive.
PeaSFor  +   746d ago
i already have a Vita backlog .....
LOGICWINS  +   746d ago
It's great to see improved versions of JRPGs(my fav genre) come to the Vita. The futures bright for the handheld :)

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