Reviews and Problems with Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk
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30 June 2014
Summary: Just finished this great game. This is my favourite Atelier series for now. It starts with the story of Ayesha, who lives away from the city. One day her sister, Nio, disappeared suddenly when gathering herbs inside a ruin.
Summary: Jumping right into this game without playing any previous ones I can say I was very pleased. The art and music are definitely keeping me the most interested in the game. I also love the fact that you are basically an Alchemist/Apothecary and can support your own journey.
Summary: Great game, great girl, great endings, only thing I hate is the time based mechanic which ruins my explorer soul!!! (loves to get to the last corner of a virtual world!). This mechanic forces you to re-play the game a few times if you want to experience it all.
Summary: I started playing and immediately liked it. There wasn't much of a story (ok so main character's sister is missing) but that didn't matter. Game play was much better than other games I've played, like Final Fantasy XIII. In FF13 all you do during battles is keep hitting the X button.
Summary: I loved this game enough to replay it when I lost. Although I was pretty angry because I had no idea there was a time limit in game, and there were certain parts of the game play that were integral to move forward that the game never explains, I still really liked the game.
Summary: Pretty fun game with an anime(ish) feel to it. The story and gameplay are sweet, non-stressing, and enjoyable. Probably geared more towards kids in their early teens (12-15) this game isn't all that challenging for adults. I purchased this after watching a Youtube review of the game.
Summary: The game itself can be a little bit slow at times unless you love to read through a lot of text but yet with the push of a button several times you can easily evade that. I had never played a game in this series and was surprised how much I really enjoyed it.
Summary: Ayesha is the start to a new trilogy of Atelier games. If you enjoyed the previous Arland trilogy, you will find many familiar things, as well as many new things. Gameplay wise, the game is similar to the Arland games. Alchemy is back, of course.