Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland
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Developer: Gust Co. Ltd.
Content Rating: Teen
Atelier Rorona returns better than ever! This remake of the 2010 hit will entertain both new and veteran users. Check out updated 3D models, a restructured game system, new characters, and more!
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Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland should be part of your collection if you’re an RPG fan. With its unique gameplay and likeable characters, it’s one of the most charming examples of the genre on Vita. And if you don’t have a Vita? If Atelier Rorona Plus has taught us anything, it's that you can probably mix one up out of an old piece of paper and a couple of pebbles.
Atelier Rorona Plus is a charming, lighthearted JRPG that’s more open-ended than most of its brethren. It can be a little on the repetitive side, but there’s just enough variety to make it a delight in short bursts. When you pull the game out on your commute, or when you have a bit of down time at home, there will always be something waiting to make you smile. It’s not the best RPG on Vita, but if you’ve exhausted Persona 4 Golden it’ll provide you with hours of enjoyment, and it has two sequels waiting in the wings.
I was absolutely surprised at how much I got sucked into Atelier Rorona Plus. It's not a perfect game: The visuals are dated, the combat spikes wildly at the end of the game, and the character interactions can be total anime cheese. However, it's a game in which I cared more about the characters and story than most boilerplate save-the-world JRPG melodramas.