Personally i'm getting the vita version but it's neat to see more people getting to play good games.
Also, do you prefer the new art style or old art style?
I'm still looking for ingame screenshot comparisons. I saw one earlier, but I can't find it now.
So is there an image that contains all available character portraits for this game?
So what prompted this exactly? Is this a re-release long time coming? Sounds a bit of a dramatic turn in the art department if you ask me. Nonetheless since I never got to see any of this I'm sure I'll enjoy the new stuff just fine (rather it looks better judging from that single picture)
Definitely the older art style, since I'm getting sick of moe and super cute character designs in most vita DRPGs. That being said, while I am getting this on Vita, I hope a PC release on Steam paves the way for more Experience games on PC in the west.
Is anyone here going to try and brave NISA's god awful website and preorder what's left of the LE? That artbook and soundtrack look mighty nice, but not $8 shipping nice.
I braved their shitty website for the LE of Escha+.
I don't plan on using it again unless there's another Atelier LE.
I thought it was a 360 game or something. It's also on the xbone in japan and will be releasing on the xbone in the west as well
I think they are adding in the new art style as a way to drive in more of an otaku audience (like a lot of their games have), without alienating the original audience at the same time. They may also have anticipated an international release at the same time, so who knows.
Are there really people who prefer this to
The older one looks so much nicer, and I'm saying that as a weaboo.