This new gathering system alleviates the constraints you had in past games and allows maximum efficiency. The rest of the package is exactly what you've come to expect. Atelier Ayesha cuts ties with the continuity of the last three games and starts anew with an entirely fresh set of characters, who sadly aren't nearly as memorable as the cast we've come to know and love.
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Mar 5, Also On: But if you're looking for the demanding resource management and memorable charm of the Arland Trilogy, then this isn't the alchemist you're looking for. Retrieved October 8, You'll quickly have to choose between several objectives, generally very far from each other, in order to advance in the story, complete side quests, hunt fiends, gather or deliver, not to menion the mini-events that take place during set period of time. In fact, it only makes sense at the very end, when Keithgrif comes to your party.
These items can mainly be used as synthesis ingredients. Atelier Ayesha feels like a middling compromise between what fans want, and what the masses need. Retrieved July 1, As the "AC Active Command " gauge fills up, the characters gain use to special assist actions, such as protecting another character, follow-up "pursuit" attacks, and special AC skills unique to the character. There's a certain feeling of satisfaction when you finally create something you've been desperately wanting for the longest time.
See all 17 Critic Reviews. The battles are relatively generic, but work and are enjoyable.
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I hated Rorona and all Atelier series of Arland because of her but with Ayesha my I just can't stop playing this game!
In North America and Europe the game can be cusk in downloadable form, as well as on disc.
You can therefore see every ending you've flagged during the game by reloading your save, which is only normal after all. Retrieved October 6, After that Ayesha met an alchemist called Keith who tells her that Alchemy is the only way to save her sister.
Also, they only have 2 playable males in this game, which sucks.
While it makes puzzling out how to build a better bomb more involved and rewarding, Atelier Ayesha does a pretty poor job of explaining all its new and revamped elements. The Verdict Atelier Ayesha feels like a middling compromise between what fans want, and what the masses need. Instead, the player will have to find out answers by making their own choices and in so doing, continue the story.
Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk
The game's main character, Ayesha, is the only character in the game who can use items in battle, which is a main element in the game's battle system. Difficulty setting is rather weird unfortunately most of the story bosses are no problem for Atelier fans, but post-game bosses crush my maxed characters within 3 turns. Still, for some players, the story has never really been the draw of these games.
Furthermore, traits are now automatically off. The vivid colors and well crafted art is on full-display proving that a game doesn't have to be as life-like as possible to appease the eye.
Regina is the midriff-bearing adventurer with herculean strength, Wilbell is the petulant, self-centered magic user Sure it still has lots of comedy in it, but they also got the serious parts. On the other hand, I did appreciate the possibility to choose my ending once time is up.
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It doesn't do nearly enough wrong to alienate its loyal, niche fan-base, but as an RPG it's a lesser game than Rorona and Totori.
Music is at it finest, with many beautiful tracks and no less than a dozen of battle themes.
All locations that can be visited appears as points at the world map. PlayStation 3 PS Alchemisg. Instead, you just hold the X button while standing over them and they just warp into your inventory, telling you nothing but their name.
Mixed or average reviews - based on Ratings. A "play diary comic" called "Explosive! Atelier Ayesha stars Ayesha Altugle, who runs an herbalist's workshop with her sister Nio.