Atelier Sophie & Nights of Azure Now Available On Steam

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Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book and Nights of Azure are now available on PC through Steam! KOEI TECMO made the announcement earlier regarding both of these titles. Developed by GUST Studios, both games will be priced at $29.99. However, they will also have a 20% discount should your purchase both titles at the same time. KOEI TECMO America have also made this announcement:

To celebrate the developer’s jump to PC, the Steam® release of Atelier Sophie comes packed with a wide variety of DLC, including a collection of items to aid players on their adventure, background music packs featuring fan favorite tracks from the Atelier series, an additional “Hidden Archive” map, and a selection of delightful costumes for Plachta, such as the Doll Making costume Viorage, Silver Tail, Mascoty, Lady Saber, Saint Knight and the Aqua Suit. Nights of Azure includes the adorable Gust-chan support character, who can be summoned to gain an upper hand in battles.

For more information on both of these titles, you can check our reviews for them for the PlayStation 4. You can find our review of Nights of Azure over here, or you can find our review of Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book over here.

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