Excerpt: "Atelier Rorona Atelier Rorona was Gust's first Playstation 3 game and the first proper Atelier game (ignoring the Atelier Iris series, which were more stereotypical JRPGs, compared to their predecessors) to be released in Europe. This game focusses on the titular character, Rorona, who is forced by her master Astrid into taking over their alchemy workshop just as its about to be shut down by the kingdom. Rorona is therefore tasked to complete orders ...
Summary: im a huge fan of any game that takes many hours to master so i jumped at the chance to buy this one. gorgeous graphics and not too many long conversations make gameplay fairly fast and enjoyable. as the story runs on a time system you will find ach chapter can take many hours to master. intially the game doesnt give too much direction but after a few attempts you will find yourself thoroughly engaged.
Summary: I really enjoy the game play in Atelier Rorona, although the in game conversations can drag on a bit. Game play is very much like Dragon Quest meets Harry Potter in that very pretty Japanese manga way. The only reason I gave it a 3 star was because it was short. I played it through once, and then restarted it doing things in a slightly different order and visiting different areas.
Summary: Wie so viele japanische Rollenspiele, so genießt auch die „Ateliers“ Reihe im europäischen Gebiet eher ein Nischendasein, weshalb viele Ableger erst gar nicht die Reise außerhalb Japans angetreten haben. Wie aber so viele japanische Nischenspiele in der letzten Zeit, so hat es auch der erste PS3-Ableger der Reihe mittlerweile nach Deutschland geschafft. In „Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland“ schlüpft man dabei in die Rolle der jungen Alchemistin Rorona.