Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist of Dusk for PS Vita
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Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist of Dusk

Jan 13, 2015
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About this game

Developer: Koei Tecmo
Content Rating: Teen


This land has gone through many eras of destruction and recovery. There are countless ruins to be found in this beautiful yet fleeting world. Cities are often built around these ruins, and many people make their livings by mining, or working as merchants. Still, others eke out a meager existence in this dying world through herding or farming. Some ruins are still active to this day, and the number of people who attempt to explore and explain their purpose is by no means small.

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Dean JamesJan 21, 2015
Providing players with the highly addictive gathering and crafting system of the original, Gust ups the ante with not only the previous DLC for the game, but also the ability to switch party members at will. Afflicted with massive frame rate issues at times, Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist of Dusk manages to stand out from the rest of the Atelier series and serves as an excellent RPG option for anyone with a PS Vita.
Kenneth RichardsonFeb 12, 2015
Although it is still good, I don’t feel that The Alchemist of Dusk really reaches its full potential. The wonderful visuals and music, sense of humor, deep crafting and combat systems and relatively diverse gameplay are marred by hours of mandatory cutscenes, awful pacing and one of the most vague, ineffective goals systems I have seen in a game.
Mark LabbeJan 26, 2015
In the end, though, I enjoyed my time with Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist of Dusk. From the fun, turn-based combat system to the deep crafting and alchemy system, The Alchemist of Dusk offers many hours of gameplay. Not only that, but the PS Vita version of the game looks surprisingly nice and has a lot of extra content, although that sometimes comes at the cost of the frame rate, which does drop significantly in certain areas.

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