Reviews and Problems with Atelier Escha and Logy Alchemists of the Dusk Sky
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Great Atelier Game
11 June 2014
Summary: I fell in love with the Atelier series when I got Totori. I fell in love with Arland, and was a little bit disappointed when I played Ayesha. Escha and Logy take the good from Ayesha and the best parts of the Arland series. Some of the cool thing that they added: Search feature when you go to maps. You can increase the chances of finding ALL OF THE ITEMS. You can increase the chances of finding rare items, and you can fight hardcore monsters super early in the game.
Summary: This was the shortest game I ever played. It's not that I didn't like it I did have fun playing it, I didn't like how short the main story was and the camera angle. This game has a good combat system and the graphics are alright, if the main quest where little longer I would of liked it better. I don't know of it was I played it wrong that made it short.
Summary: The second in the Dusk series you assume the role of either Escha or Logy. Just like previous atelier games your main focus is on the alchemy crafting system while following the story lines of either character and their adventures in Dusk. A bit different than previous Atelier games as you can assume the role of either a female or male lead character where most have mainly been female oriented. Not only that but the inclusion of up to a 6 person party for combat.
This is now one of my favorite games, no filler gameplay or any boring qte that has plagued gaming for awhile.
Adrian Van Arsdale, Amazon
14 May 2014
Summary: This is a fun RPG by Gust, who have been making these Atelier games for quite some time. If you have played any other games in the Atelier series such as the previous games on the PS3, PS2, or PS1 you already have an idea of how the game goes. It plays like the Mana Khemia series as well from the PSP and PS2, minus the school setting.
Summary: This is now possibly my favorite game for the PS3. I tend to get bored pretty quickly, especially with rpg's. Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky is entertaining to the point where it continues to intrigue and amaze. I'm sure it will keep me busy for quite a while! Love it!!!
Summary: I love the Atelier series, however, I wouldn't really recommend any of the games to a friend because they're the kind of niche I like. This game? I would recommend to everyone. The battle system is super fun, and even creating items is fun. I enjoy how much control you have over the items and how the items you create are used in the game moreso than in past series. My favorite part is having Logy there to create weapons instead of going to a blacksmith.
Summary: This review has nothing to do with what the game offers but by how Amazon packaged and sent the product. The product was packaged perfectly in a yellow bubble wrapped envelope. As for the game itself, the main box wasn't damaged but there was a small cut through the shrink wrap. It's not much of a big deal since the box was not damaged. I downloaded and tested out the game two days ago and it's working absolutely well. :) A+!
Summary: From a personal standpoint I love JRPGs with beautiful art, great storylines, quirky characters and interesting game play mechanics. Atelier Escha and Logy delivers all of these things. I don't want to give too much of the actual story away but just for a general overview Escha and Logy are two distinct alchemists.