Tecmo Koei Europe Reveals Atelier Ayesha’s Box Art

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

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Atelier Ayesha

You have to give Tecmo Koei Europe some props. To their credit, they’re on a roll with really communicating and having a closer relationship to the fanbase of niche titles then most companies out there with even a bigger install base. With the announcement of Atelier Ayesha getting localized, then hearing how Temco Koei would be handling the publishing of the title for North America & Europe, and with the release date on the horizon, it was only a matter of time before the box art would be revealed. Wouldn’t ‘cha know it, here it is in all of its glory.

Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dust box art

I must say, I always digged the cover art when it was first revealed for its Japanese release. It captures the games new art direction in design for the new world and aesthetics with the characters. I’m quite happy that they didn’t feel the need to change it one bit. So kudos Tecmo Koei. Gust’s new entry in the Atelier franchise will be released on March 5th of this year in North America and on the 8th of March for Europe.

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