Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack for PlayStation 4

Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack

Apr 22, 2021
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About this game

Developer: Gust
Content Rating: Teen


The three games: Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book DX, Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey DX, and Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings DX, will come packed with a large amount of the previously released DLC for the titles, as well as all-new content for the DX versions -- including a special digital artbook, photo modes, and the option to speed-up battles. This release also marks the first time that Atelier Sophie and Atelier Firis will be playable on the Nintendo Switch™, enabling players to enjoy these adventures at home or on the go. The Atelier Mysterious Trilogy will be available for purchase as individual titles or together in a specially priced Deluxe Pack containing all three games.

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10 Reviews
Jenny JonesApr 23, 2021
If you already own the original games as well as their DLC, then the new content in Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack is unlikely to be enough to make you want to splash out again, as none of it drastically changes the original experience. However, if this is your first time playing them, then this Atelier trilogy is fairly easy to recommend.
Lyle CarrApr 30, 2021
The Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack is undeniably packed full of content, and fans of the series who missed these three games have many hours of JRPG goodness ahead of them. None of the games ever quite reach the heights of Ryza 2, but if you’re in need of an alchemy history then look no further.
Jack OxfordApr 22, 2021
Overall, the Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack is the perfect way to start with the Atelier series, featuring incredibly colourful worlds and charming casts, alongside easily accessible gameplay. The three games do have their own niches as previously explored, and are all worth playing, but I'd recommend playing them in order, as they are set in the same world several years apart.