Reviews and Problems with Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland
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The tutorials are pretty good, though even with them and some experience ...
17 August 2014
Summary: So, I've sampled some earlier games from Gust: Atelier Iris, Atelier Iris 2, Mana Khemia 2, and played through all of Mana Khemia. As other reviews state, the main draw of this game is the item creation system (alchemy).
Summary: As a crafting nut, this game appealed to me immediately, and I wasn't disappointed. If you're into that sort of thing, you're likely to enjoy at least part of this game quite a bit... initially, in any case. The ingredient gathering is made enjoyable by a fun and simple battle system.
Summary: I gave this game a 3 cause ..ehhh lol 12/14/13 I got this game excited to play it so the graphics arnt great but they arnt bad in my opinion. the main characters voice is annoying!!!!!! i cant handle it maybe ill get use to it. i'm not to crazy about the narration...maybe cause its her voice!
Summary: I picked up this game because of all the good reviews it got in RPG forums... This game is a FAR CRY from KH and FF .. The best way to put it is that this is a different form of RPG. The game reminded me of a beautiful, big-world, of farmvil-like-magic...
Atelier Meruru: Nation Building with an Alchemic Twist
24 June 2012
Excerpt: Atelier Meruru is the third and final instalment of The Alchemist of Arland series, a franchise which is fairly popular back in Japan, but not as well known on these shores. After enjoying the game’s predecessors, Atelier Rorona and Atelier Totori, I was eager to snap up the trilogy’s finale – even...
Pros: Better interface than the earlier Atelier games, lots of quests/endings to unlock .
Cons: Not all the cut scenes are voiced, simplistic combat can get dull .
Summary: atelier meruru ist eines der vielen spiele aus der atelier reihe auf plastation. das spiel an sich ist wie die anderen teile ganz gut gelungen und gu t durchdacht. die rollenspiel elemente sin dklasse und die charaktere und die geschichte ist auch super, aber man muss sich im hinterkopf behalten...