Atelier Shallie Patch Fixes Growth System Bug

Thursday, March 19th, 2015

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Atelier Shallie | Growth System

Anyone who grabbed Gust’s newest time management RPG, Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea may have been distressed to find that they were locked out of one of the game’s major features. The Growth System, which players unlock after reaching Level 40, would allow them to distribute points to different stat points or even characters’ skills. Normally, this would mean that players could craft a party in a more personalized way, letting them play the game suited to their own style.

Unfortunately, those who bought the game early soon discovered that there was a big problem involved with the Growth System. Anyone who tried to access it after reaching Level 40 found that the game would simply freeze. With no other way to open the menu, players would have to make do without it. While it was still possible to complete the game without using the Growth System, it was still a pretty glaring bug.

Fortunately, a new patch for the game has now fixed this issue, so players should now be able to customize their characters’ stats to their heart’s content.

Additionally, a minor fix was made to the game was in correcting the spelling of the character Rosemia’s name, which was originally listed as “Rosmia” in a few instances.


Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea is available on Amazon:

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Tyler is a lifelong gamer, getting his start on the Intellivision when he was three years old. After receiving his English degree, he discovered all those jokes about getting a job in his field were true. As Head Editor with oprainfall, Tyler is able to bridge his two passions; playing and talking about video games at any given opportunity, and being a total grammar nazi the rest of the time.