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Andrew Barker
Choose the Ending You Want In Atelier Ayesha
Also inside are a 'travel guide' video and the game's launch trailer.
06.29.12 - 1:22 AM

One thing the Atelier series is not known for is simple ending conditions. Previous games in the series needed all sorts of complicated tasks completed in order to get the ending you wanted. Well, in Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of the Ground of Dusk that hasn't exactly changed, but you can now at least pick the ending you want if you meet the conditions for more than one. This means the game will not rely on the priority system past installments have used. Yay!

In semi-related news, we've got a new video to show you too. It's a basically a travel guide to the world that fits in quite a bit in a few minutes. Take a look:

Even better, since the game is available (as of now) in Japan, here's the Atelier Ayesha launch trailer:

Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of the Ground of Dusk has not yet been announced for release outside of Japan, but it's certainly only a matter of time. Right NIS America?


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