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Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout’s Secret Hideout system detailed

KOEI Tecmo and GUST Studios detailed the new Secret Hideout system today for their upcoming JRPG Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout. As Ryza, the budding alchemist, and her group of friends, will face a wealth of challenges to overcome.

“A series of circumstances leads the group into the depths of the mysterious Sunken Mine; a deep and dark environment that is home to something potentially evil – a gate leading to another world.”

Players will have a secret hideout as their new base of operations. As a budding young alchemist, Ryza will have to ensure she diligently practices synthesizing between her travels; the higher her alchemy level the more useful her items will be for future adventures. In addition, players will also able to use the exciting new Gathering Synthesis system from the hideout. Thanks to this system,s players can create new lands to explore. Players can also use Forging to create new weaponry perfect for tougher foes. Lastly, Item Duplication will allow them to to easily craft a variety of consumable items.

Naturally, players will be able to customize their hideout to reflect their own personality. Players will be able to do so through using various items they find while exploring the multiple worlds. Ryza and her team will be able to increase their stats depending on how the base is remodeled. Moreover, players can use the gathered items to strategically gain useful stat boosts on the field during battle. These Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout features will unlock as players experience more of the game’s gripping narrative, quests, and magical lands.

Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout releases on October 29th.


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