Atelier Ayesha Gets a Pre-Order Artbook in the UK

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013

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Tecmo Koei Europe has revealed that Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk, the latest title in developer Gust’s Atelier series, will get a special pre-order bonus in the UK. Available through retailer GAME, players who pre-order will receive a special artbook.

Based on the pictures shared through Tecmo Koei Europe’s Atelier series Facebook page (Which you can view below), the book looks pretty fancy. Personally, I’m a fan of the pre-1950 aesthetic it has going on. Maybe with the style, I should say it looks “spiffy” or “neato” instead of “fancy,” huh?

Atelier Ayesha: Alchemist of Dusk Preorder Artbook Atelier Ayesha: Alchemist of Dusk Preorder Artbook
Atelier Ayesha: Alchemist of Dusk Preorder Artbook Atelier Ayesha: Alchemist of Dusk Preorder Artbook
Atelier Ayesha: Alchemist of Dusk Preorder Artbook Atelier Ayesha: Alchemist of Dusk Preorder Artbook

Currently, there don’t seem to be any plans to provide a similar bonus with North American pre-orders, and given that the game officially released in North America on March 5th, it doesn’t seem very likely that such a bonus would materialize at this point. Regardless, Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk will be releasing in Europe on March 8th, and if you pre-order through GAME, you can get this neat book.

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  • I haven’t played a game in the series before, but I have been tempted, and since this game is a standalone tale AND has this awesome artbook, I may well preorder.