Reviews and Problems with Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
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Great Sequel and Sandbox RPG
J. Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
19 July 2014
Summary: As installments in videogame series become more numerous, their developers change to tend their mechanics a little for sake of experimentation and to pacify the masses that tend to complain about new entries of these franchises being essentially the same game over and over. However, there is occasional outcry of these series straying too far from their roots, and thus the developers will attempt to bring the franchises “back to their roots.
Summary: A good story and challenging time limit make this a good game for tween girls. There is a little bit of Japanese "loli" overtones, but nothing to really make a parent nervous. The multiple endings make this a game they will play multiple times. I recommend to any parent trying to find a game your girls will love. But, please read the other reviews to understand the game mechanics, etc.
First time playing this type of game and it's not bad at all.
nathaniel hawkins, Amazon
26 December 2012
Summary: Mind you, I'd rather buy games like Oblivion or Final fantasy instead of buying a game like this that most people call: Boring, repetitive, etc. This served me as an experiment to try a different type of game from the games with Boss fights with over 12million ep(FF13) and saving the universe from a Monster in the depths of Time(Lavos, Chrono trigger).
Summary: I definitely liked this game. Graphics are soft and very much anime like, I would have liked more FMV sequences than Virtualized characters, but I have not yet finished the game, so there might be more surprises. Gameplay with alchemy is interesting but is not particularly my favorite. I miss games with Gameplay and Story like Final Fantasy IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX and X.
Summary: This is the second title of the Atelier Series on PS3 by our dear Gust, and you do not require to play the first one "Atelier Rorona" in order to play this title, however, having played the first one will provide you lots of backgrounds and re-connections to the characters from the first one (since almost half of the people you deal with are from the first one indeed...).
Summary: So, i beat this game Last night, or the game ended after 22 hours of play and i lost. Or i should say i ran out of time. This games about micro managing your time and the different challenges that you have to complete to get points for your licences to stay a adventurer. at first your able to basically go about and grind to get these points but by the second half of the game you better have it figured out.