E3 2013: Atelier Meruru Plus Trailer Released

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

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Atelier Meruru Plus

Previously, Tecmo Koei announced their E3 line-up before the event itself, so it’s no surprise to see that they have released the official trailer for Atelier Meruru Plus: The Alchemist of Arland, an updated port of the original PlayStation 3 game, developed by Tecmo Koei subsidiary Gust Corporation for the PlayStation Vita.

This trailer doesn’t have a whole lot in terms of gameplay, but more on introducing the game’s characters, laying down the game’s plot, and revealing the voice over work in the dub department. It seems to be similar to the PlayStation 3 version, which is fine and dandy.

Atelier Meruru Plus is a PlayStation Vita exclusive and is set for release in September of this year for the Western regions. No word on whether or not this will have dual-audio like the PlayStation 3 version, or whether it will have a physical release or remain digital-only on the PlayStation Network like Atelier Totori Plus.

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