Atelier Rorona is an all new alchemy RPG developed by Gust the creators of Mana Khemia and Ar tonelico series for the PS2. This all new game adopts a breathtaking anime 3D graphics while retaining the classic RPG feel of the Atelier series. Players can spent countless hours adventuring unexplored lands and synthesize rare items
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Atelier Rorona Plus is an improvement in every way over the standard version (especially the graphics, which now look fantastic). There's some new content featuring the main characters from Atelier Totori and Meruru, and having save data from those games on your PS3 gives you a couple of extra costumes. Highly recommended for people who want to get into Atelier games as well as fans of the series who have already played original Rorona.
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Having played the original version of this game and played this game the improvements are certainly very noticeable,like the improved battle system,severely upgraded synthesis system and better UI make this a great buy for those interested in the beginning of the Arland series and a great starting point for those wanting to jump in to the Atelier game genre.
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