AmuroRX wrote:Is it ok to skip Rorona to play Totori?
Ultimately, Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland should enthrall fans as a polished, progressive iteration in the long-running series. Newcomers who fancy item creation, animated dialogue and, of course, adventure, will want to synthesize just one more brew.
Give Totori a chance and you may find it hard to leave.
AmuroRX wrote:Damn that pic is cute is that the new Atelier game.....
Me thinks I want that
raspberrylicious wrote:ShadowJetX wrote:Merurulince
What? Most ridiculous name ever. >_>
ShadowJetX wrote:Nah, it doesn't even come close to some peeps that I know. Do you know anyone actually named Grey Fox?
raspberrylicious wrote:ShadowJetX wrote:Nah, it doesn't even come close to some peeps that I know. Do you know anyone actually named Grey Fox?
Like an actual person named that? Birth name?
ShadowJetX wrote:Yes, that is his birth name. Do you know anyone more aptly named?
Mlada wrote:But if you feel that you need some sort of remotely epic quality to your story, then go for Totori. If you want to relax more, go for the more simpler Rorona.
myskaros wrote:Keep in mind that on a scale of 1-10, the amount of EPIC in Totori is about 1, and Rorona is about -3.
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