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    Retail Leaks Confirm Atelier Ayesha Subtitle

    Ah, dusk: the period between harsh daylight and the Witching Hour. Sounds like the perfect time for a spot of alchemy.

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    I love Atelier and will definitely get this one.

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    Do we know if this will be more like the RPG Ateliers or is it more like the crafting ones?
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    I will definitely be buying this, assuming it comes to the US(probably will, I figure).

    I wouldn't mind buying Totori and Meruru Plus for the Vita either.

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    Is it likely that the NIS America store will have an exclusive edition of this game or is it still to early to tell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izlimak View Post
    Is it likely that the NIS America store will have an exclusive edition of this game or is it still to early to tell?
    NISA has said little to nothing about the game so far. We still don't know who exactly is publishing it.

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    I'm probably passing on this. I still have two and a half unplayed PS3 Atelier titles sitting on my shelf, not to mention Qoga. They're just coming out too fast for me to keep up with.

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    That's always something I've liked about Gust. The company can produce good games of consistent quality at very regular intervals. I'm just waiting for the 3DS series expansion

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