Atelier Totori ~The Adventurer of Arland~ DX

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Atelier Totori ~The Adventurer of Arland~ DX

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 4, 2018
PCDec 4, 2018
Nintendo SwitchDec 4, 2018

Publisher: Tecmo Koei Games

Genre: RPG

The second release in the Arland series. In a search for her missing mother, Totori tours the world of Arland as an adventurer accompanied by her friends. Use Synthesis, Explore, and Battle to fulfil requests, raise her rank as an adventurer and venture into brand new lands.

The English version includes English voice. (Note that some events do not include English voice).

・Roam Arland in the in the footsteps of your mother!
In a search for her missing mother, Totori becomes an adventurer. To go to new worlds, Totori must accumulate adventurer points and continue to raise her rank as an adventurer. Earn points through a variety of ways including battle, exploration, and fulfilling Quests. Use those points to gain higher ranks, and continue your adventure in new worlds.

・Adventure in new lands and advance to the heart of the story!
By making your way into new areas, you gradually find clues as to the whereabouts of Totori's mother. Another important element is forming firm bonds with your friends you adventure with.

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Reviews

PSX Brasil

77 / 100
PSX Brasil

If you're not looking for something more complex, Atelier Totori can make your weekend a little happier. However, the story, gameplay and mechanics in general, are a little boring and repetitive.

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GamePitt

8.5 / 10.0
Rob Pitt

Atelier Totori ~The Adventurer of Arland~ DX has a brilliant story but feels like a step backwards with its mechanics. The narrative and overall gameplay aspect of this second title in the Arland collection is great, I couldn’t ask for more. My only issues lie with the backwards step the game took over the first game in the series, Atelier Rorona, although I imagine that’s because that one was touched up AFTER this game. Sure, there are some aspects of the game I would have asked Koei Tecmo and Gust to bring in line with the other games before releasing this in the DX collection, but they never really impacted my enjoyment that much.

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