Review of Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea

For my Manga loving friends… a cool review site. This post is a review of a PS3 game.

Thank you to The Otaku Judge for commenting on the Fiction Friday page!

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Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea is the concluding chapter of the Dusk trilogy and presumably the last Atelier game that will appear on the PlayStation 3 (looks like the time when I finally upgrade to a PS4 is starting to draw near.) Gust has been churning out Atelier games almost as frequently as the Octo-mom spews out toddlers. There have been a total of six Atelier games on the PS3 (not counting enhanced remakes) and a number of them have also found their way onto Sony’s Vita. From the Atelier games I have played Shallie is arguably my favourite – thanks to its improved visuals, deeper combat system and gameplay tweaks that make this the most accessible Atelier title to date.

OVERVIEW

Just like in Atelier Escha & Logy, this game features two protagonists (who are both conveniently nicknamed Shallie.) Shallistera is the daughter of a village chief…

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