Reviews and Problems with Atelier Iris 2: Azoth of Destiny
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Sound quality 8
Fun with Alchemy, just like Chemistry :-)
29 July 2008
Excerpt: Atelier Iris series have always been simple yet interesting game to play, always full of color, filled with funny jokes and unique Alchemy ability. Characters are designed beautifully, though become super deformed during game play (super deformed is when sprites in game turned to small dwarf like). The story: Eden is a world floating in the sky.
Pros: Quite addictive, easy to play yet fun and won't bore players easily
Cons: Super deformed characters may disappoints hardcore gamers : )
Excerpt: I love RPGs but didn;'t want something as complicated or demanding as the FF series and found this to be the perfect alternative. It was very enjoyable (I'm replaying it at the moment) and was long enough to keep me quiet for 30+ hours. There were never parts where I felt I had to give up as I didn't know what to do or it was too hard, which I have found in other rpgs, with endearing characters and a great storyline.
Pros: fun, not too easy or hard, great story and characters
Summary: Atelier Iris was original, so it is no bad thing that a sequel was released that lives up to its predecessor. Atelier Iris opens with Viese, a qualified alchemist and Felt, an idealistic man who live in Eden, a land where men and mana live happily together. Until-pieces of Eden start collapsing away, Felt obtains a magical sword, (The Azure Azoth) and is transported to another world. WOAH-what an intro! It is a million times better than its originals!
Summary: Nostalgiques des RPG 2D approchez approchez ! Voici le titre qu'il vous faut. Malgré quelques lacunes au niveau de la réalisation, notamment des musiques parfois redondantes et une qualité graphique inégale suivant les niveaux traversés, ce jeu saura vous transporter dans un monde féérique où le scénario vous tiendra en haleine!