Are you ready to go on an adventure and make a secret hideout? Join Sam Wachter on her quest to figure out if Atelier Ryza is a worthy Atelier game, or if the secret hideout needs to be blown up.
Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness and the Secret Hideout
A new sub-series for the Atelier series begins.
Now that her game trilogy is finished, Ryza is branching out into animation. Aniplex’s adaptation of the first game is planned to start airing in Japan in a month and a half.
Ahead of the release of Atelier Ryza 3 this week, Koei Tecmo, Gust, and Aniplex announced an animated adaptation of the first game. The series is planned to air in Japan this summer.
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The wait for Ryza to begin her journey and become a famous alchemist is over. Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness and the Secret Hideout is now available for PC and launching for console in North America and Europe.
Atelier’s Dusk trilogy is confirmed to be heading to new platforms in North America and Europe in January. Meanwhile, a Digital Deluxe Edition has been announced for the series’ newest title, Atelier Ryza.
Koei Tecmo and Gust have come out of TGS with more media for Atelier Ryza. The new screenshots and trailer come with some information about the game’s premise and the titular customiseable hideout.
Atelier’s Dusk trilogy is joining its predecessor in getting a bundle release on new platforms. Atelier Ayesha, Atelier Escha & Logy, and Atelier Shallie will all be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
Koei Tecmo has released another trailer for Atelier Ryza. The video shows the recently-revealed new combat system in action.
Koei Tecmo and Gust have released a couple of English trailers for Atelier Ryza. There are also details of some major new elements to the combat system.
One of the new features in Atelier Ryza is the ability for players to create their own gathering fields. Players will also be able to share their created fields with others.
Gust has provided another update for Atelier Ryza. As well as introductions to three more characters, there are details on the new Linkage Synthesis and Item Rebuild systems.
The summer rainbows are in full bloom for Ryza and company. The colorful theme song for Atelier Ryza has been announced and with it comes a trailer showcasing some of the cast.
Following its recent announcement, Koei Tecmo has released the debut teaser trailer for Atelier Ryza. RPGamers can get some quick glimpses of the game’s combat, exploration, and events.
Koei Tecmo and Gust certainly aren’t slowing down with the Atelier series. The just-announced western release date for Atelier Ryza means it will be the third game released in English this year.