Atelier Arland series Deluxe Pack

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Jan 4, 2019

While Atelier Meruru is my favorite of the trilogy, each of the games in this pack is cute and fun enough to warrant a purchase, especially if you’re an established fan of the franchise who hasn’t gotten a chance to try the Arland trilogy out yet.

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8 / 10.0
Dec 30, 2018

The Atelier Arland Series Deluxe Pack brings together 3 classic Atelier games for modern systems and while the ports could have been better, these are still some great and relaxing JRPGs.

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70 / 100
Jan 23, 2019

With the cute anime visuals, intricate character designs, vibrant and pastel color schemes topped with fun and catchy music, you’ll be in for an absolutely charming adventure with three very adorable girls.

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8 / 10
Dec 19, 2018

It's been great to look back on some of the older games in the Atelier series; you can really see where some of the later games got their inspiration from. If you've never got round to playing this trilogy before then now is the perfect time to pick these up and experience a beautiful, heart-warming JRPG series – just in time for the fourth game in 2019!

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Dec 23, 2018

Atelier Arland Series Deluxe Pack is the ultimate way to experience these Atelier titles, even if there isn't much here to entice returning players.

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8 / 10
Jan 4, 2019

Koei Tecmo has ported the Plue versions of the Atelier Arland games to consoles and PC, and if you haven't given these titles a try yet, now's your chance.

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4.05 / 5.0
Dec 17, 2018

Sure, the time based elements are annoying and it's far from the most robust combat system around but Atlier isn't about being a hero, it's about embracing the joys of everyday life. And, if nothing else, is what makes the franchise last for so long.

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ThaRaven403
9 / 10
Jan 9, 2019

PSN Price: $89.99 (or $39.99 each separately)

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8 / 10.0
Dec 20, 2018

A collection well suited for the classic Atelier fans. What makes it exciting is how these games still hold up fine even today, and if you haven't managed to play them, or started with the series, this is a good stepping stone for the franchise.

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