Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey for PlayStation 4

Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey

Mar 7, 2017
1131st of 7756

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Gust Co. Ltd.
Content Rating: Teen


The second entry in the 'Mysterious' saga follows the adventures of the enthusiastic Firis Mistlud and her loving older sister Liane Mistlud. The Mistlud sisters have lived their entire lives in the isolated town of Ertona, where Firis uses her unique ability to see where crystals of materials are buried. By way of a fateful encounter, Firis learns of the Alchemy Exam and decides to take her first step into the outside world, setting off on a grand journey to become a certified alchemist and discover the mysteries that life has to offer! Players will experience a vast world with towns, environments and other locations reaching up to ten times the size of those featured in Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book.

Gamer Reviews

311 Reviews

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

This game has not been reviewed. Be the first to review it!

Critic Reviews

26 Reviews
Zack ReeseMar 07, 2017
Aside from framerate issues and a lack of truly meaningful exploratory content, the series has never been more impressive from a technical perspective. Any fan of the Atelier games will be captivated with what's in store, and newcomers may just find something to admire as well.
Jason BohnMar 14, 2017
The world itself is bright and colorful; a better representation of the tone that Gust was trying to nail. Felling beasts and solving the world’s problems after getting the exam out of the way becomes an engrossing and relaxing experience. With some tuning of the initial time mechanic and a rework of the characters, Atelier Firis could have been the best the series has seen. Still, it can boast the best world the franchise has offered to explore, and that is saying something.
Kenny McKeeMar 07, 2017
Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey provides a great example of how a game can provide an entirely fresh experience merely by shifting around the mechanics that it already had, as opposed to piling on new ones. From its unconventional beginning, and through the entirety of Firis’ journey, I found myself both surprised and delighted by what this game had to offer. Getting this should not only be a no-brainer for not only Atelier series fans, but anyone in the market for a quality JRPG.

Similar Games