Reviews and Problems with Atelier Escha and Logy Alchemists of the Dusk Sky
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Atelier Escha & Logy...a solid JRPG
18 June 2015
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...
I was so happy to see this series go back to the dual ...
Jolene Flohe, Amazon
8 May 2015
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.
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..
Brief review on my experiences. My first entry into Atelier series.
Andy Wong, Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: My first entry into the Atelier series, and boy did it exceed my expectations. I really enjoyed the crafting emphasis of this game. The RPG elements are done nicely as well. The mechanics are pretty easy to understand and not at all hard to get into.
Summary: -they worked in some older ideas into the game in the form of different mechanic -i burned out on this game 125 hr in near the last few chapters -if you liked item crafting,it a bit better that the last one -combat has never been to str in the series but its work able -this time around you have a...
Summary: I've played every Atelier game since they hit PS3. Granted, there are folks with a longer history of playing these games, but as a long time JRPG nut, I've tired of many of the newer games being released. It is with much gusto that I embraced these 'old school' style games.