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Tecmo Koei Announce Plans to Release Atelier Escha and Logy: Alchemists of Dusk Sky on Playstation 3 in Early 2014

by SamSeptember 20, 2013

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After leaving very little time between announcing and releasing Atelier Ayesha and pretty much ninja releasing Atelier Totori Plus, Tecmo Koei Games seem to be a bit more dedicated in releasing installments in the Atelier franchise – something that up until late 2012 had generally been the job of Nippon Ichi Software America.

The company have this evening confirmed that the next major (fifteenth) installment in the Atelier franchise “Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of Dusk Sky” is set to be published on the Playstation 3 internationally as of early-2014. The game serves as a direct sequel to Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk and features a number of new and cross-over characters.

For the first time in PlayStation 3, Atelier series players can choose if they will follow the story of Escha or Logy, a novelty that offers a unique story perspective and gameplay experience. Escha’s story is a delightful tale of the everyday adventures of an alchemist that Atelier series’ fans love, whereas Logy’s story follows a darker approach filled with traditional RPG elements and focused on world exploration.

Want to know more about the game but don’t want to wait the inevitable weeks or months for information to trickle out? Check out The Otaku’s Study archives for the game HERE.

Update: Atelier Escha & Logy has been confirmed to include both English and Japanese dubs.

Sam
Your average, perhaps slightly geeky 23 year old University student who spends his days studying but his nights watching, reviewing and reporting on video games, anime and manga. Has been writing for The Otaku's Study ever since it opened in 2006 as Sam's Anime Study.
  • rpgmaniac

    So a sequel to Ayesha eh? the prob is that around half Atelier fans didn’t buy Ayesha because it didn’t have the original Japanese voice overs so how they expect ppl to buy the sequel of a game they didn’t play? how about release a DLC with the Japanese voices for Ayesha first? & what about this one? no word about Japanese voices they plan to release it with only English dub again?

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