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Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny

Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny PlayStation 2

Atelier Iris is a very old series - so much so that if you play the current Atelier series, you'll feel like they were made by different company. Like Final Fantasy, the names of various spells and items carry over from game to game. Atelier Iris 2 is the second game in a trio of Atelier games in which you follow a pair of alchemists, Felt and Viese, in their journey to learn more about the ancient mysteries of alchemy. Along their way, they meet a sword known as the Azure Azorth and with it, learn more and take an adventure, further than they originally planned. While the basis of the story isn't anything special, the deeper you go into this game, the more realize how many pockets to the story actually exist. It is beautifully written and, while it's a tad long for it's era,...

Etrian Odyssey Nexus

Etrian Odyssey Nexus Nintendo 3DS

Etrian Odyssey Nexus wraps up the Etrian Odyssey series that ran five games long (not inlcuding remakes) between the DS and 3DS handheld game systems and that's exactly how they treated this game - the ultimate finisher. For those that aren't familiar with the story, you're essentially tasked with creating a team of five heroes to explore the world, roam dungeons, create maps and solve tasks. All this, to get to, or solve, the mysteries of the Yggdrasil tree. This game takes content from previous games and meshes them together. And oh boy, did they ever. In fact, I only played Etrian Odyssey IV and V and I could tell what they pulled from each game. This goes anywhere from character classes, dungeons, music and avatars. This is essentially Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, but for the Etrian Odyssey games. They do introduce a new...

Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland

Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland PlayStation 3

Atelier Totori is a game I wanted to like. It was my first Atelier game since finished the Atelier Iris series, which I absolutely loved. NIS, the publisher, has had some obvious changes over the Atelier series implemented, but I picked this game up, without any hesitation and without looking up any reviews. The start is somewhat slow because they have to teach you the alchemy basics and, if you're not an Atelier beginner, this can get old very quickly. Granted, I still learned a few things, but this was a slog for even me. The story itself is interesting enough in that you're trying to find a lost person, but the way you go about recruiting your team and finally starting your journey feels forced. The biggest downfall of the story is that you are given a limited number of in-game days to finish the...

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