KOEI Tecmo has released the Japanese story trailer for Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout. This trailer will give you a glimpse at the visuals of the game and you will be able to hear some of the Japanese actors that will be in it. As for its story… well… you won’t understand anything if you don’t speak Japanese.
Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout begins an all-new storyline arc in GUST Studios’ fan-favorite Atelier series. The beautiful role-playing game follows the exploits of teenage tomboy Ryza, who dreams of escaping her mundane village lifestyle, alongside her band of mischievous friends. One day, as they explore a forbidden island in search of adventure, they meet an elderly magician who will change their lives forever. After some convincing, the old man begins teaching Ryza the enchanting ways of alchemy; launching her on an adventure that will ultimately lead her on a quest to save her hometown from the mysterious and deadly darkness lurking beneath the surface.
The game also introduces RPG fans to an all-new evolved synthesis program that enables alchemists to visually have a better understand of the effects of synthesis. Additionally, the system allows everyone to not only enjoy the experience of developing recipes, but the ability to use the innovative creation system to gather items in the field using various tools – different tools uncover different items at the same location – before crafting unique items never before seen in the series.
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