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New Atelier Rorona: Origin Story of the Alchemist of Arland - oprainfall

New Atelier Rorona: Origin Story of the Alchemist of Arland has already proven that it has a lot to offer to both new and returning players, particularly in the visuals department. A trailer comparing its graphics style to that of the original Atelier Rorona: Alchemist of Arland was just released last week. The most noticeable aesthetic change is in the character designs. The cast seems to have been given a more mature look for the new game.

If the trailer wasn’t enough to tide you over until the game’s November release, then you’re in luck, because there’s now plenty of New Atelier Rorona screenshots available. The character models are featured front and center in most of them, along with some battle scenes, dialogue, and character artwork.

New Atelier Rorona: Origin Story of the Alchemist of Arland will be released in Japan on November 21st for the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.


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