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4.6 out of 5 stars
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on 21 November 2015
I am a big fan of the Atelier series and this is definitely a very solid entry into the series. It has the enjoyable hallmark mechanic of material gathering, alchemy and turn-based system but it also gives you the task of cultivating barren lands, which feels very satisfying. The story, characters and graphics are charming too. While the main story part is relatively easy, the post-game stuff, which is accessible via free DLC and is called Machina Domain, is very challenging and it forces you to put your best alchemical skills to the test. Also the game is very cheap now (12 pounds at the time of writing this review).
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on 28 December 2014
I'm biased as a fan of the series.
There are a more user friendly features like saving on the world map, larger container to store stuff. Lots of excellent charming and funny cutscenes.
My favourite characters are back, Rorona and Sterkenburg, Esty and Hagel Bold the weaponsmith.not forgetting Totori the perfect teacher of Alchemy. As well as new ones of course Mereru the pincess is feisty but not spoiled and has a very positive personality and her best friend the perfect maid Keina.
I especially loved the battle music theme and the over the top special attack animations.
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on 28 April 2013
Atelier series is well renown, and it mixes perfectly a fantasy world with cute and carefree characters. Meruru is the third instalment of this series and improves a lot of aspects over Totori.
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on 10 September 2014
Another atelier entry. Same familiar gameplay but with a different situation to keep things interesting.
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on 10 January 2016
Good quality and enjoyed
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on 20 January 2013
Without a doubt the best of the three Arland games, one can see the increasing polish as one goes along. You should still ideally play Rorona and Totori first so you can get the references, but Meruru is an excellent stand-alone game for the budding alchemist in you.
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on 22 June 2013
Loved playing this game. As with others in the series the only down side is the time limit. Takes away some of the enjoyment.
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on 11 May 2014
The atelier games are very fun and colorful games, the games keep getting better and better. As the last game in the arland trilogy it's no wonder it's better than the previous two. Good game:D
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on 24 September 2013
A good fantasy rpg game for anyone who is new to the series or has played them before i liked this game it has a lot to do and can waste a lot of time
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on 27 June 2014
I have enjoyed the series of games on both PS2 and PS3.
The game finished a little too quick for me but there is replay value.
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