Night is a lovely time. It's great for resting, stargazing, hanging around in front of the campfire, mentally unwinding from the day, and of course packing in several hours of sleep. Night kind of loses its charm, however, when it's an entire world resting on the edge of its metaphorical day, trying to avert a long dark rest for civilization with all the resources at its disposal. Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky is the second game set in the world of dusk, where a loose but friendly collection of cities and villages use all the alchemy they can muster to preserve the cultural daylight while exploring the ruins of a more advanced world. That may sound like a desperate situation, but it's actually set in a lovely and charming world that's as inviting as any in the Atelier series.