Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack for Nintendo Switch
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Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack

Jan 14, 2020
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About this game

Developer: Gust Co. Ltd.
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

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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Shawn Silva

Shawn Silva

Jul 10, 2020
8.40

Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
7.68
Cullen BlackFeb 11, 2020
The other games are great, but Escha & Logy is one of my favorite games ever made. The gameplay is honestly perfect, the story is touching, and the soundtrack still hasn’t been topped by an Atelier game since. The entire Dusk series felt like GUST flexing their talent for three whole years, and I hope these ports coming out means the release of a fourth game in this trilogy like with Atelier Lulua and the Arland Trilogy.
Richard SeagraveJan 14, 2020
All in all, the Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack is a great package. It’s true that Atelier Ayesha through to Atelier Shallie aren’t exactly the pinnacle of JRPGs, but they’re very solid nonetheless. And here you’re getting them enhanced and with a considerable amount of DLC. The only real downer in the whole affair is Atelier Ayesha‘s performance problems. If you’ve never played the Atelier Dusk games before and are after some JRPGs to sink your teeth into, you’d be wise to pick the Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack up. Though with the numerous enhancements and additions, even those that do have experience with them might want to double dip.
PJ O'ReillyJan 15, 2020
These DX versions pack a handful of quality of life updates that make blasting through these games a breeze if you're returning to them and just want to skip the narrative in favour of collecting, crafting and battling monsters and all three perform pretty much flawlessly – aside from some occasional stutter in Ayesha – in both docked and handheld modes.