Summary: No normal story script. More and more "grinding" endings and a pack of "grinding" character endings. When they finally come to that one and the same gameplay for 10-40 hours and a billion and one ending of 1 minute is not fun! It looks like Atelier Iris 2 was the last good game.
Summary: I must confess that I was eagerly awaiting the newest title in the "Atelier" series to grace our shores. Although this is the 11th title in the series, this is only the 5th that I've played (I think only 6 or 7 of them have actually come to America).
Summary: I see plenty of reviews out there on this game. A lot of buzzwords thrown around. For each one, I shake my head in utter dismay. Let me start from the beginning. I actually enjoyed Mana Khemia. I also enjoyed the Atelier Iris series quite a bit.
Summary: I'm a fan of good gaming just as the next person so I'm pretty open to a wide range of rpgs. I've played games anywhere ranging from 1st person shooter to rpgs like the final fantasy type to the harvest moon.
Summary: I loved Atelier Iris 1, 2 & 3 on the ps2. (I played Eternal Mana twice to the end.) I enjoyed Mana Khemia 1, and Mana Khemia 2 just a little less. I even managed to get halfway through Ar Tonelico, where the alchemy was a total let down.
Summary: When this game first came out there were only 5 star reviews and the professional reviews on other sites were giving it high scores as well, so I figured I'd give this series a try since I'd always heard great things but never tried one.
Fun game that is hurt by the time managing aspect.
4 January 2011
Summary: Rorona is definitely not for everyone. If you've read any other reviews it's a good chance you've heard that before. I enjoyed it but it took me some time to get into it. It's understandable that some people do not like it.