Reviews and Problems with Atelier Escha and Logy Alchemists of the Dusk Sky
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13 August 2015
Summary: Critic Review Score: 97. One of the best games I have played. Very interesting story and it is not very niche compared to other games. Very good, despite the flaws in which are minor. This game cannot be missed. It passes on where the atelier series left off.
Summary: did not love this atelier either. the story is not engaging and the time management system is annoying and won't let you explore and develope at you own base. Atelier Aysha's story was sweet but time-management is not..
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.
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.
Summary: rewriting once again. This time, providing enough points as to why this game sucks and no one should buy it. Story: This is the main point of a RPG, therefore, the score is affected the most by this. Story is bland and boring.
Summary: While the story is rather uninteresting and the graphics are pretty Bland Atelier Escha and Logy Alchemists of the Dusk Sky more than makes up for it with a excellent battle and crafting system.
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.
I was so happy to see this series go back to the dual ...
Jolene Flohe, Amazon
24 March 2014
Summary: Lovely game. I was so happy to see this series go back to the dual language option. I liked "Atelier Ayesha," but oh, god, the horrible, HORRIBLE English dub was just...horrible. Anyways, this game was much more fun, and I really enjoyed the option for dual main characters.