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Atelier Ayesha Play Video, Screens, New Characters
And now your friends can gather materials too!
06.18.12 - 2:55 AM

Via 4Gamer, we have a massive 13 minute play video for Gust's upcoming PS3 RPG Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of the Ground of Dusk. There's quite a lot to see, from synthesising to exploring, so take a look:

Along with this is news that your party members will be able to help you collect materials, probably similar to how the Homs and Chims worked in the Arland trilogy. Some members will be better with certain materials than others, however. Also, though not at all surprising, Gust has confirmed that the game has multiple endings.

Lastly, make sure to check out the link below to see our updated gallery! There are heaps of new screens to view, with everything from the game's intro to new characters. The most recent introductions to the game's cast are:

Odilea, an automata - that is, a mechanical doll who works at an alchemy library and as such can help out Ayesha by searching for certain books.

Artwork Screen

26-year old Kyle Tarenbart, who works at a local bar.

Artwork Screen

And finally, Tanya Folta, an 11-year old salt miner. She lives with her family in the salt fields far outside of town, but dreams of a 'town life' like the one Ayesha leads.

Artwork Screen

Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of the Ground of Dusk will be out in Japan on June 28th. No word yet on a release elsewhere.


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