Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack
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Developer: Gust Co. Ltd.
Content Rating: Teen
A trilogy of alchemy themed titles from the 'Atelier' series, characteristic for its gradually dilapidating Dusk world and the fascinating characters that inhabit it. With character designs by Hidari, the Dusk world is richly depicted.
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The world setting of the Dusk Trilogy is one of the bleakest of all the Atelier games but that doesn’t mean that it’s a depressing story. The enthusiastic and endearing alchemists persevere through this dark world to create a warm uplifting tale that’s sure to put a smile on your face. All three games will see you exploring, crafting, and battling monsters but there are plenty of differences between each game that keep things really engaging and a real pleasure to play though.
Having previously reviewed Atelier Lulua when it came out last year, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to play with more alchemists. One of the downsides to Lulua was that there were so many references to a trilogy previous to it that I felt a little out of the loop. Thankfully, I didn’t feel punished for it. That said, playing in the Dusk world from start to finish, self-contained with no other influences is a much better entry point for me.
The Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack is a great package for newcomers to the trio of games but doesn’t really offer much for returning players. If you already played the games on PS Vita, you can easily skip this release. For everyone else, the Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack is a must play for those who want a more relaxing JRPG experience and for any Atelier fans who got into the series through the more recent mainline entries.