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Nora And The Time Studio Gallery Update
Also: Two character introductions and details on the item creation system.
05.23.11 - 1:04 AM

Because Atlus' Nora and the Time Studio: The Witch of the Misty Forest has staff from both the Etrian Odyssey and the Atelier series, the existence of an item synthesization is probably not all that surprising.

Nora, the main character who's mistaken for a witch, has a knack for time manipulation. By turning time backwards or forwards, she can change an item, for example, a flower to a seed, or to a dead, dried flower. She can also combine materials to make new items, and decompose them into multiple items. She uses four different types of Chrono Solution to control time.

Also introduced were two more characters. Working hard at the weapon shop is the young Elsie Quinn. Willing to help out her parents, Elsie also has an interest in minerals and ores. Don't be fooled by how cute Karuna Astara looks - she's a rather skilled mercenary. Her job aside, she's quite happy and cheerful - but can be a bit careless.

We have also added 34 screenshots and two new pieces of art (although you just saw these) to the gallery linked below. Nora and the Time Studio for the Nintendo DS is slated for a July 21st release in Japan.


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