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Wilbell's Magical Services Don't Come Cheap in Atelier Escha & Logy

Posted by Nicola Hayden

She be a gold digger

With less than a week to go, RPG fans are looking forward to concocting explosive action in Atelier Eshcha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky. The second instalment in the 'Twilight' trilogy sees the return of some familiar faces from Atelier Ayesha, with the ragtag adventuring line-up including names such as Nio and Linca. The now fully fledged Mage Wilbell, however, will live up to her money grabbing ways, as she will only return if you fork out hard cash for her as DLC.

The little cash cow won't be the only premium playable character either, with the perky merchant Katla and newcomer Micie also up for grabs. While news of this additional content disappeared as soon as it popped into existence, it's safe to assume that it won't be long before publisher Tecmo Koei shuts up and takes your money. Are you planning to buy any of these extra adventurers, or do you miss the days of bonus unlocks? Leave your gratuities in the comments section below.

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User Comments (5)

belmont

#1

belmont said:

I don't think I will spend extra cash on characters since they don't add extra scenes. I may buy extra dungeons though.

I preordered the game. It may be my final PS3 game if we don't have any surprise localizations.

artemisthemp

#3

artemisthemp said:

@RyoHazuki Atelier Totori and Meruru Plus is part of Arland Trilogy and not Dusk.

I would however recommend Vita version, since it have all the DLC and refined Trophy list (true for Meruru plus)

NicolaHaydenStaff

#4

NicolaHayden said:

@RyoHazuki Artemisthemp is correct. The first game in this trilogy is Atelier Ayesha and would be your best start.

If your looking exclusively on the Vita however, I recommend Meruru as even though it is the third title, each game does stand alone and the system is closest to the latest additions.

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