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Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack

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Based on 11 critic reviews
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81

Top Critic Average

100%

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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jan 14, 2020
Nintendo SwitchJan 14, 2020
PCJan 14, 2020

Developer: Gust Co. Ltd.

Publisher: KOEI TECMO AMERICA Corporation

Genre: RPG

A trilogy of alchemy themed titles from the 'Atelier' series, characteristic for its gradually dilapidating Dusk world and the fascinating characters that inhabit it. With character designs by Hidari, the Dusk world is richly depicted. DX version features - Quickly explore fields with the newly added 'Run' feature! - The tempo of battles is improved with the newly added 'Fast-forward Battle' feature! - Elements added to the Plus version and numerous past DLC are included!

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Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack Reviews

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With the Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack, the entire library of PlayStation 3 Atelier games is now playable on modern systems. While the Arland trilogy broke ground by being the first 3D entries in the franchise, the Atelier Dusk games trade technical innovation for narrative, introducing a strikingly solemn and mysterious world inhabited by gorgeously designed characters that won't be soon forgotten by anyone who plays these games.

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The Atelier Dusk Trilogy Deluxe Pack brings three excellent Atelier games to modern systems with most of the previous DLC and while these are great entry points to the series, the ports could have been better.

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The world setting of the Dusk Trilogy is one of the bleakest of all the Atelier games but that doesn't mean that it's a depressing story. The enthusiastic and endearing alchemists persevere through this dark world to create a warm uplifting tale that's sure to put a smile on your face. All three games will see you exploring, crafting, and battling monsters but there are plenty of differences between each game that keep things really engaging and a real pleasure to play though.

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An attractive trio of JRPG titles given a new lease of life with polished audiovisual presentation and a range of quality of life fixes, there's no better entry point to the Ateiler franchise than this highly enjoyable trilogy for newcomers. However, previous players of these games will find little to return to them as the range of improvements are ultimately meagre.

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