Reviews and Problems with Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk
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Atelier Ayesha: Alchemist of dusk.
Trail blazer 45, Amazon
1 week ago
Summary: I reasearched the atelier games this is the best one so far except for atelier shallie which is kinda less violent but i love this one because of the battle formation attacks! back attacks, persuit attacks bomb attacks but i like to use a fighter type character instead of a magic type or non-fighter types as lead characters ayesha is a true non-fighter & even a barely magic use character but she's a good bomber & poisoner with things she made thats what ateliers do they...
Summary: Such a great game! They took all the annoyances of the Arland series out of their equation and improved overall gameplay. No more irritating characters and has a more serious ambiance all around. Much easier to deal with the time constraints in this one than it's predecessors.
Summary: I am not finished with the game yet so just some quick notes to people familiar with the series: What i like: - Same proven formula, with some tweaks - overall the game feels more balanced than other titles. events, synthing, exploring, combat, gathering all feel more equal - events, quests and goals are well cataloged in the menu with updates. (there is a major exception though) - story is a little more interesting than usual.
Summary: Very fun. The emphasis on item creation is not overwhelming but i can see how some people may have difficulty. Unless you're dumb as rocks, you should be fine just mess with all the abilities as they are unlocked to understand them. The storyline is engaging and if you enjoy modern anime then you shouldn't feel too out of place since there are common anime tropes in it. If you enjoy turn based jrpg style games this is right up your alley.