Atelier Totori Plus: The Adventurer of Arland
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Developer: Gust Co. Ltd.
Content Rating: Teen
The small fishing village of Alanya on the Arland Republic's southern border is home to the young alchemist-in-training Totooria Helmold. She is called Totori by her friends and family, and she wishes to become a great adventurer. One day, she resolves to make the journey to Arland, become an adventurer, and explore the world beyond her hometown. She will make many friends along her journey of discovery some new, some familiar. When her quest comes to a close, your actions over the course of the game will dictate whether she finds the answers to her questions, forges unbreakable bonds with friends, or takes a different path entirely. Atelier Totori features gorgeous cel-shaded graphics that will bring the characters and the expanded world to life, with the cast of Atelier Rorona returning to help the adventure! The deep item synthesis system has been streamlined and now offers full item customization. This entry to the Atelier series will fully satisfy your alchemic cravings!
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Gamers who are looking for a fairly laid-back adventure with plenty of things to do and lots of fun characters to meet should definitely give Atelier Totori a try.
But for newcomers, the time management element combined with the anime/mo aesthetic can be alienating and in the case of the story, possibly deal breaking. That said, if you can weather the storm of ham-handed after-school special caliber character interactions the game constantly hurls at you, there is a fun, addictive, worthwhile RPG experience to be had here.
Atelier Totori is a solid RPG, but it's far from an excellent one. It's like the party you'll attend because you don't have much else going on. You may find it more enjoyable than expected, but then you'll slowly be reminded why it wasn't high on your priority list. There's definitely an addiction to be found here, but the pacing nearly destroys that fun. Totori's almost cute enough to let the first three years slide, but looks can't get you everything.