Summary: This was a pretty good installment of the Atelier series. I loved the story, the characters, and the new building your kingdom part of it. My only nitpick is that it's easy to screw up your ending if you aren't careful, and that after you complete the game, you do NOT get to keep your money like in the other Atelier games. But these few gripes didn't stop me from replaying the game three times in a single month ^.
Summary: this game is both fun and challenging. Though i may not go PS4. I am a RPG player, so i naturally would enjoy this game. I would recommend this to an RPG or Anime player. I would not recommend this game to gamers who play shooters all day. this would put them to sleep.
Summary: I loved Meruru. It had fun goals of building up the kingdom and the alchemy was a lot more user friendly. It also carried over the homunculi, which was a fun addition introduced in the first Arland game. It has great replayability.
Summary: I got this game on a whim and was blown away pretty quickly. The battle system is fast and fun, the alchemy is just complicated enough to be interesting without forcing a player to turn to internet walkthroughs, and the characters are numerous and enjoyable. I beat this game four times in as many weeks and loved every second of it!
Summary: Game came quickly and in great condition (as it should since it was new). Game looks great. Its more of a laid back rpg with lots of item-creation through alchemy and lots of time management. Battles are a little too easy but its forgivable since the game isnt based on battles. I would highly recommend this title.