Escha & Logy no Atelier: Tasogare no Sora no Renkinjutsushi
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The Enchantment of Alchemy:
Take on the role of two powerful alchemists and be enchanted in this world of adventure, exploration and wonder in Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky. Expect to relish the beauty of the prosperous Twilight Land that has been carved by the power of alchemy; be captivated by exploring the floating “The Unexplored Ruin.” Alchemists of the Dusk Sky is the 15th game in Atelier series and the first to debut in PlayStation 3, developed by Gust Co. Ltd. and published by Tecmo Koei.
The Protagonist and Their Power:
At the beginning of the game, players will choose between the two main protagonists: Escha Malier and Logix Ficsario. Fans of Atelier series will be thrilled by the story of Escha, as she progresses in the day to day activities of an alchemist. For Logy, or Logix, focus more on world exploration in a darker tale as he is responsible in dealing complicated circumstances. Unleash the power of alchemy and experience the fun in creating new items by combining different objects using “Item Synthesis”, and create armor and weapons in the “Drilling/ Training” system. Though “Item Synthesis” is the expertise of Escha and “Drilling/Training” is for Logix, it’s possible for them to use both systems. Use of these systems will increase both character's alchemy level.
|Official Release Date||Jun 27, 2013|
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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With colorful graphics, adorable characters, a nice combat system and addictive music, the two Atelier game trilogies on PS3 are a great addition to the game library of any true JRPG fan. Recommended!
Love Atelier series, just brought it for complete my collection.
The box is lovely with all the item's in it like the Mini Crystal Paperweight, Cleaning Cloth, etc. I think it's worth getting if your a fan of the Atelier series.
Great game, worth every cents.
Remind me when i play atelier totori, they update battle system to be more fun than old series.
That's why i love GUST work than any studio.
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