Historically, developer Gust has made clever refinements to successive series entries- and we see no reason why Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland would buck that trend.
I have yet to play any of the Atelier games, even though I like RPGs. Any good?
Do you like JRPGs or WRPGs like Skyrim?
Yes they are! And they make great collector's items if you keep them mint and sealed.
If you're ok with an RPG that's setting you a time limit, where you can't do much exploring, you probably should try it. The gameplay is pretty good and unique I guess. For me, although I liked Recettear, the time limit has been the reason for never trying one of the Atelier games.
Thanks for posting,
No mention of collector's and standard editions?
I'm sure one will show,NIS always does those.
I'm not done with Totori but this will be good.
I can't wait, this will complete my Atelier collection~ (Rorona, Totori, Memeru)
last year was a ridiculous year for jrpgs in the west and this false article painting a false picture that there were none at e3 last year is retarded
Unless you include Dark Souls (which could hardly be called a typical JRPG) which other titles were shown?
all styles of japanese rpg are typical.......you dont tink from software has done rpgs like that the past 2 gens? yes, they have disgaea 4 was shown, 13-2 was shown, atelier totori was shown, paper mario 3ds was shown, beyond the labyrinth was shown, ect Ive already listed 5 games which is basically as much as how many western rpgs were shown
Wrong. Disgaea 4 was not shown. XXX-2 and Tototi were mentioned in the article.
Still playing Totori and it's refreshing when compared to most games around. Atelier is a very fun series and it's great how they managed to keep the story going in all the three games.
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