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Shin Atelier Rorona: Hajimari no Monogatari ~ The Alchemist of Arland ~

Compatible with PlayStation Vita (PS Vita)
Version: Japan
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
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Shin Atelier Rorona: Hajimari no Monogatari ~ The Alchemist of Arland ~
Shin Atelier Rorona: Hajimari no Monogatari ~ The Alchemist of Arland ~
Shin Atelier Rorona: Hajimari no Monogatari ~ The Alchemist of Arland ~
Shin Atelier Rorona: Hajimari no Monogatari ~ The Alchemist of Arland ~
Shin Atelier Rorona: Hajimari no Monogatari ~ The Alchemist of Arland ~
Shin Atelier Rorona: Hajimari no Monogatari ~ The Alchemist of Arland ~
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Atelier Rorona is an all new alchemy RPG developed by Gust the creators of Mana Khemia and Ar tonelico series. This all new game adopts a breathtaking anime 3D graphics while retaining the classic RPG feel of the Atelier series. Players can spent countless hours adventuring unexplored lands and synthesize rare items.

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perfect
Alchemist serial are always great and fit on psvita.
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Should not be overlooked by Vita owners
Shin Atelier Rorona is a remake of the original Atelier Rorona that appeared on the PS3, and a fantastic one at that. The character models in particular have undergone a much-needed transformation that makes them look more in line with their portrait art, and the alchemy and battle systems have been upgraded to resemble later games in the series.
This is probably not the game for you if you are looking for a sweeping, grand narrative of the sorts that JRPGs often provide, as it instead focuses on the more personal stories of the main character and the people she meets while trying to save her atelier from closure. Thus, getting the most out of the plot will involve pursuing each of the character endings (which can be done in one playthrough). If you're a fan of "slice of life" anime, then chances are you'll like Atelier Rorona.
The game is also friendly for those with a relatively limited knowledge of Japanese because of the frequently mundane topics of conversation, however being proficient with a dictionary will be important for figuring out quest requirements and item effects. Overall it isn't a bad choice of study aid for someone with a few years of experience under their belt.
Lastly, this version is highly recommended over the original version due to the updated art and systems, and the inclusion of a character who was previously sold as DLC.
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