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Tagged: Atelier Rorona
The Atelier series is now a sprawling empire of over thirty titles. Whether you’re totally new to the series or returning from the PS2 era, we answer the ever-important question of a well-established series: where to start!
The Atelier Arland trilogy is now available on three new platforms. PC, PS4, and Switch-owning RPGamers can catch up on the trilogy before the recently-announced fourth title hits next year.
A new Nelke and the Legendary Alchemists trailer comes with an updated launch period for the game. In addition, those in the west looking for an excuse to play through the Arland trilogy will soon have some more platforms to do it on.
Gust is bringing the Arland trilogy to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan next month. A new trailer gives a reminder of the main heroines and lots of short gameplay snippets.
Atelier’s Arland trilogy is heading to new platforms in Japan. The new DX versions of the games will all be coming to PS4 and Switch on the same day.
When something is a Plus, it’s not a port, a remake, or a remaster. It’s an older game synthesized with materials like more playable characters, new assignments, and the always useful magic points. Gust’s goal was to craft something more fun than the original, but there’s always the risk of creating a Broken Item.
Do you love inebriated women who can’t keep their hands off cute girls? If you love drunken shopkeepers who should be appearing in a “Girls Gone Wild” video, then Atelier Rorona is the game for you.