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.

Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
Zack ReeseFeb 02, 2015
Ultimately, Atelier Ayesha Plus isn’t that big a leap from its initial outing, but the changes made and the extra layer of polish over everything is very welcome and it makes me happy knowing my patience paid off. I am still a big fan of how modest the Atelier series is, avoiding the often forced grand scale view of its contemporaries. Sometimes its nice just to focus on the fun day-to-day things, all the while appreciating the effort the developers put into character development and more importantly the deep and enjoyable alchemy system. Plus, Linca is in it, and Linca is always great.
Bradly StormJan 26, 2015
Atelier Ayesha Plus: The Alchemist of Dusk doesn’t significantly subtract from or add to the original 2013 release. It does, however, incorporate some new elements that do just enough to make this the more complete edition of the game. It still lacks depth due to Gust’s mission to streamline much of the series’ nuances so as to rope in new players and broaden the title’s appeal, sacrificing some of what gives Atelier its identity. Make no mistake, though, this is still a sound installment in the much adored franchise; it’s just not the best one out there.
Kevin SchallerJan 30, 2015
Even with the story's odd consistency and dialog was translated by an all-work-no-play intern, the mechanics make up the difference and make this a fun time-waster.


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