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Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland - Playstation 3

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  • Classic turn-based RPG combat brings strategy and a sense of nostalgia for gamers new and old
  • Synthesize hundreds of items: ingredients, weapons, armor, and explosives to help you on your journey
  • Homunculi, in-game characters that can be hired to search for needed items
  • Several unique endings to experience will keep you playing even after finishing it the first time
  • Assist System which allows AI party members to assist in specific ways and Super Moves, which can be used to deal maximum damage
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  • ASIN: B005DVAAZG
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 28, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,549 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland is a single player turn-based Japanese Role-playing game (JRPG) exclusive to the PlayStation 3 console. The 2011 release in the long-running PlayStation based Atelier franchise and sequel to the earlier Atelier Rorona: Alchemist of Arland, this game focuses action on a combination of alchemist based item creation, party combat utilizing AI companions, character leveling and exploration gameplay. Additional features include: classic turn-based RPG combat and strategy, in-game characters that can be hired to search for needed items, AI character assist abilities, character specific finishing moves, frequently updated quests and a variety of possible game endings.

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Assigning battle commands for party members in Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
Exciting turn-based RPG action and party combat in a new Atelier Adventure.
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Sythesizing items in Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
Use your alchemist abilities to synthesize hundreds of objects to create new items usable in-game.
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A Whole New Atelier Adventure

The small fishing village of Alanya on the Arland Republic's southern border is home to the young alchemist-in-training Totooria Helmold. She is called Totori by her friends and family, and she wishes to become a great adventurer. One day, she resolves to make the journey to Arland, become an adventurer and explore the world beyond her hometown. She will make many friends along her journey of discovery - some new, some familiar. When her quest comes to a close, your actions over the course of the game will dictate whether she finds the answers to her questions, forges unbreakable bonds with friends, or takes a different path entirely.

Gameplay

As with previous games in the Atelier series, Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland is a turn-based RPG with gameplay and combat rooted in alchemy and exploration. Events take place years after the previous game, continuing five-years into the future of the new heroine, Totori as she follows in the footsteps of her famous adventurer mother. To find out more about Totori's mother you become an adventurer in training yourself and explore the gameworld. Adventurers are a recognized profession in this world and one that is regulated via an Adventurer's License that contains various ranks. The rank of your license is built up by accumulating points, which in turn allow for greater access to areas of the gameworld. Points are gathered in a number of ways, including: maping out available lands, helping citizens, discovering and synthesizing new items that are found, discovering special landmarks and defeating monsters and bosses in combat.

Item synthesis involves obtaining recipes and then gathering objects that can be combined into entirely new items usable in-game. This deep system allows you to adjust secondary effects like the quality and traits of new items. In-game characters called Homunculi can be hired to automatically gather items you wish for synthesis, freeing Totori up to do other things. The efficiency of Homunculi can be increased by providing them with pies, which they relish. Battles are turn-based, initiated by random encounters with enemies. Totori can hire up to two party members from characters that she encounters throughout the gameworld, and she can change members at will. Party members can help when Totori is attacked via the game's Assist System, each in a specific way. These characters can also assist in attacks that Tori initiates. Dealing damage to enemies or using the Assist System can raise your character's Super Move gauges. Once filled, characters will gain access to their Super Move, which can be used to deal maximum damage.

Key Game Features

  • Take on the role of Totooria Helmold (Totori), a brand new alchemist/adventurer to the game series
  • Travel and map the Republic of Arland over several years, exploring dozens of unique locales
  • Synthesize hundreds of items: ingredients, weapons, armor, and explosives to help you on your journey
  • Homunculi, in-game characters that can be hired to search for needed items
  • Classic turn-based RPG combat brings strategy and a sense of nostalgia for gamers new and old
  • Several unique endings to experience will keep you playing even after finishing it the first time
  • Assist System which allows AI party members to assist Totori in specific ways
  • Super Move, which can be used to deal maximum damage
  • Frequently updated quests available at the Adventurer's Guild or town tavern

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The Assist System used during combat in Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
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Enlisting the help of other adventurers in Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
Enlist other Adventurers.
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Assigning item search tasks to Homunculi in Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland
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Product Description

The small fishing village of Alanya on the Arland Republic's southern border is home to the young alchemist-in-training Totooria Helmold. She is called Totori by her friends and family, and she wishes to become a great adventurer. One day, she resolves to make the journey to Arland, become an adventurer, and explore the world beyond her hometown. She will make many friends along her journey of discovery - some new, some familiar. When her quest comes to a close, your actions over the course of the game will dictate whether she finds the answers to her questions, forge unbreakable bonds with friends, or take different paths entirely.

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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely improvement over Rorona October 1, 2011
By Allie
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I played through Atelier Rorona earlier this summer as my first atelier game, and really enjoyed it. It had its flaws, such as strict time limits, battle system quirks (using HP for skills), and the voice acting was mediocre. Totori fixes all these issues, plus adds an element of free-roaming that the first Arland game didn't have. Playing Totori makes me want to go back and play Rorona again, but I'm not sure I can knowing how much improved Totori is!

I always like to condense things into pros and cons lists, so here goes:

Pros:
- Beautiful graphics. I could look at them all day.
- Good alchemy system that allows you to add traits after synthesizing an item, and also TONS of items to synthesize.
- Extra rewards for quests depending on if you go above and beyond the request or provide very high quality synth items. Quests have dates further in the future so you don't have to run back and forth constantly.
- Fun characters, plus reasonably priced DLC to add several more playables, as well as music DLC if you so wish.
- Much more free roaming than Rorona. Some places will take you a month or more to get to, so this requires strategy of what to bring in your basket!
- It seems like there are more cutscenes and story elements in Totori, although I suppose I could have just missed some in Rorona
- Quests picked up in one city can be reported in another

Cons:
- If you didn't play Rorona, you might be a bit lost. It's not a MUST to play the first game, but highly recommended.
- Takes two weeks to travel between towns to upgrade your adventurer license.
- Money is still a bit tight, so if you want all those alchemy books and good items, you need to do a lot of quests and get bonus rewards.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If you know what you're getting, then you'll love it! December 6, 2011
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Update: Important information here. Several other reviews state that you have 'plenty of time'. This is not true. Without including too many spoilers: save often and onto various save states. I was able to achieve my permanent license within the time limit, however, I had failed to complete one task of importance so I got a bad ending. The issue I have is that I didn't have earlier save states to pop back to, so I was stuck starting over. They do give you a sort of new game +, but really you just start over with your equipment and money, not any of the items, levels, or anything else from the earlier run through. The only reason I found it annoying is because I didn't have the option to just suck it up and keep playing with no possibility of gaining another ending. Also, there was never really any notice that I would suck it up and get a 'bad ending'. Actually the opposite is true. I kept on working towards my permanent license because I figured then I would have time to do all of these other things. I would have been content just sything and hunting until I leveled enough to beat some really tough baddies.

But just be forewarned. Keep a couple of extra save files on hand so that if this happens you can go back a bit if you wish and try something different. Otherwise be prepared to get VERY frustrated by losing a lot of hard work and effort.

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I will update the review as I progress farther, but even in the first few hours, this game is simply a blast.

Thanks to some other reviews, I opted for the Japanese audio track, and I am happy with the voice acting. Some of the female characters are a little "kawaiiiiiiiiiiii" (cute), but it works well with the theme.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Synthesizing one of the PS3's finest RPGs! November 28, 2011
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Last year's Atelier Rorona: The Alchemists Of Arland was one of the most charming games I had played in a long time. The story was light-hearted, the characters were endearing, and the gameplay was very easy to get in to. I had long suspected that the sequel, Atelier Totori, would reach North America, and sure enough, we've been allowed to journey once again to Arland. What I had not expected however, were this game's vast improvements over its already brilliant predecessor. Totori's journey, like Rorona's, is one that JRPG fans will not want to miss out on.

The story revolves around the young alchemist Totooria Helmold, or Totori as people call her. She lives with her father and sister in the fishing village of Alanya. One day, she decides to become an adventurer so she can travel the world and look for her missing mother, an adventurer herself who disappeared years ago and is believed to be dead by everyone else. Along the way, she is aided by many different people, from new characters like her childhood friend Gino and the aristocratic Mimi, to old favorites like the famous alchemist (and previous main character) Rorona and the knightly Sterk. Those who played through Atelier Rorona will find the occasional nod to previous events, referencing characters like Astrid, Gio, or Esty, but it is by no means necessary to play through Atelier Rorona first. After all, Totori herself doesn't know the events of the previous game either, so she'll be just as in the dark as you. There's certainly some fun in store for those who played Atelier Rorona, but don't let that deter you from purchasing this game if you haven't.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Sequel and Sandbox RPG
As installments in videogame series become more numerous, their developers change to tend their mechanics a little for sake of experimentation and to pacify the masses that tend to... Read more
Published 1 month ago by J. Gallen
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game!
I've been playing Atelier Rorona (the first of the series) and I enjoyed it. You play as an alchemist named Totoria (Totori for short) who was trained by none other than Rorona. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Arnold Thor
4.0 out of 5 stars My girls love it
A good story and challenging time limit make this a good game for tween girls. There is a little bit of Japanese "loli" overtones, but nothing to really make a parent... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Edward Meiman
5.0 out of 5 stars Enojy this game
this game is both fun and challenging. Though i may not go PS4. I am a RPG player, so i naturally would enjoy this game. I would recommend this to an RPG or Anime player. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Sean Goetz
3.0 out of 5 stars Play Atelier Ayesha instead
If you are an RPG fan interested in playing one of the Playstation 3's Atelier games, go with Ayesha instead. Read more
Published 11 months ago by DarkKnight22
5.0 out of 5 stars great game
great game and it was received inn perfect condition... so happy because I had been looking for this one for quite awhile!
Published 12 months ago by QP
5.0 out of 5 stars This game is great!
This rpg has time management just like Persona 4 but the time doesn't pressure too much while you're playing. Read more
Published 13 months ago by Blueblaze21
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fun
I really liked part one of this series, Atelier Rorona. This sequel was such a vast improvement that I was pleasently surprised. Read more
Published 14 months ago by Monika Mccauley
4.0 out of 5 stars another cute game by Atelier
This company has quite a few interesting and fun games. You might like to get the other two in this series. How can you go wrong, magic, adventure, and cute alchemists.
Published 16 months ago by oldwrench
1.0 out of 5 stars Boooooring!!
I love a good RPG even a good anime RPG. I played Atelier Iris for PS 2 for a short bit and that seemed to have a decent story line. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Eric
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