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Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea is now available on the Vita. This version of the game comes with all the DLC released for the PS3 version of the game along with some new content. Here’s the PR for the game:

Burlingame, Calif. — January 17, 2017 — KOEI TECMO America today proudly announced the digital release of Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea for the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system. The portable Plus version of 2015’s Atelier installment, previously exclusive to the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, offers a synthesist’s splendor of newly concocted content, including brand new episodes for fans to further explore the swirling mysteries of the world of Dusk, new bosses to challenge, PlayStation®Vita optimization features, additions to character costumes that allow players to accessorize their favorite characters, and a brand new message log feature, as well as all of the DLC from the original release.
Players who purchase Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea within its first month of sale – either the physical limited edition available on the NIS America Online Store or digitally through the PlayStation®Store – can dress up their characters in five fresh styles downloadable for free, from the PlayStation®Store including the Administrator Suit, Hero Girl Costume, Cosmo Fighter Costume, Sophie Style Costume and Plachta Style Costume. A special selection of background music will also be available to download for free for early purchasers, featuring choice tracks from the long-running Atelier franchise.
Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea features a Synthesis system which allows players to craft more efficient items using Synthesis Skills. Make the most out of powerful new concoctions when taking on the game’s brand new boss battles, the most prominent of those being the formidable Beast King’s Champion. In addition to tackling these new bosses, Shallistera and Shallotte can enjoy an abundance of other missions via the Life Task system in the game, which now returns with new touch screen functionality designed specifically for the PlayStation® Vita.

If you’re interested you can check out what we thought about the PlayStation 3 version of the game.

Walter P
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