Totori no Atelier: Arland no Renkinjutsushi 2
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featured reviewShunkaku (21) on 20, Oct. 2012 08:25 (HKT)
Really nice and sweet one. Great addition to the series.
Characters from Rorona come back to join the party.
descriptionA sequel to Roronoa no Atelier, Totori takes place 10 years after the first game and takes place in the Arland Republic, a fantasy world complete with monsters, knights, alchemists and adventure.
The adventurer is a glorious profession, a lot of teenagers grew up dreaming to become one, this include Totori and Shino. Yet, unlike other teenagers, Totori has another reason to become an adventurer; she has to find her mother, who went missing during one of the more dangerous missions.
Train under Roronoa, learn about item synthesis, go on swashbuckling adventures with your friends and find clues on Totori's mother's disappearance. Soft water color graphics, an intriguing cast of characters, Totori no Atelier is a game for the whole family.
|Original Name||トトリのアトリエ ～アーランドの錬金術士２～（通常版）|
|Official Release Date||Jul 21, 2010|
|CERO A (Free)|
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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has its flaws but overall its a good solid game
The time-management element might be a turn off for many people, and this one is supposed to have one of the most forgiving elements in that regard. Fun too that it's not your usual 'save the world' story you see in almost every other JRPG. This one is more about a personal quest and journey, and that's refreshing.
La aventura de Arland perfeccionada y aumentada, las batallas ahora son mas dinamicas y retadoras, los personajes son carismaticos y tiene una buena historia. Muy recomendado.
Really nice game system, although it's a bit different goal from other series but still enjoyable. I also enjoy relaxing music too.
Having played the entire Atelier series on the Ps2 I had high expectations for this game. Sadly, now I have a hard time calling this a Rpg. Just like its predecessor, too many alchemy and gathering ingredients and not enough epic story with huge involvement, deep characters and fighting system.
Graphics are pretty bad for a Ps3, only the characters look nice. Watching the same scenes over and over during the fights make it a bit ennoying in the end. I love anime but this is just not enough to make it good software.
Average game but if you're like me the kind of player who likes to do grinding, take his time on sidequests and just hate to be told to do stuff in a limited period of time, then stay away from it, this game is not for you.
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