Summary: Annie, the lazy granddaughter of a famous alchemist, dreams of wealth and marrying one day, although her grandfather's homunculi transport her, while she's still asleep in bed, to Sera Island to help with a resort project. As one of the rewards for contributing the most to the project is possible marriage to the Prince of Orde, Annie resolves to hone her alchemy skills and work hard.
Summary: A really addicting game with a hard to get ending if you're not sure what you're doing Reading the Dialogs "clips" are a great time to kill if you're lacking something to laugh at once in a while
Summary: I'm over 40 and I had a lot of fun with this game. I just wish there had been more variation in the graphics and choices possible. I found one androginous person in the story to be a very thoughtful choice to add to the story line.
Summary: If you liked Reccetear then you will love this! A ridiculous story with ridiculous characters doing ridiculous things, the game isn't serious at all and will make you smile as things blow up and events go not as planned. Cute, fluffy and hilarious! The game is easy to pick up and play yet also intricate enough to not be easy-boring. You won't get frustrated over the controls or anything, that's for sure!
Summary: It's been a while since I played a game that made me smile a lot, or sometimes lol. This one is it. As a plus, it comes with spoken dialogs in Japanese, and of course, all text is in English. The gameplay itself can get a little stale, but nothing that deserves to be called a deal-breaker.
Summary: Let me just start by saying that I am relatively new to the DS. I used to play mostly RPGs on the PlayStation, PS2, and now PS3, as well as on the PC. Atelier Annie got my attention because it focused not on saving the world or fighting the entire game, but on crafting items, gathering ingredients, and building/running an island resort. Not having played any of the previous Atelier games, this concept sounded new and fun.