Reviews and Problems with Atelier Escha and Logy Alchemists of the Dusk Sky
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review of the game mechanics, considering other games in the series
24 October 2015
Summary: Alright, so I've played a number of the Atelier games (Mana Khemia [excellent], some of Mana Khemia 2, Atelier Totori, Atelier Meruru, Atelier Ayesha, 7-10 hours of Atelier Shallie, and of course this one (about 80%)) I like to review the game from the gameplay mechanics standpoint.
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: The short: If you are looking for a fun jrpg but have been afraid to try the Atelier series due to the time constraints in the game, this would be a good introduction to the series as the time aspect is much more relaxed.
Summary: I love this game. It is similar to rorona with the assignment reports but the gathering,synthesis,and combat are a little different. It is much easier since you can have six characters in your party now. I definately reccomend to anyone who is a fan of atelier or jrpgs.
Summary: This is the first Atelier game I've played, so I cannot compare Escha & Logy to the earlier games. That being said, there was no confusion by not picking up the earlier games. The tutorials are quite thorough and the story does not seemed to be intertwined with the other games in the series (or if...