Hurray for Atelier Totori! NIS America has finally announced its intentions to bring Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland, the sequel to Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland, to North America and Europe in 2011. Both versions will be released sometimes this fall for PS3 owners who like turn-based RPGs and adventure games requiring you to craft items.
Atelier Totori stars Totori, a young girl who’s looking for her mother and also trying to become an alchemist. She becomes Atelier Rorona’s apprentice, and then spends a number of years trying to improve her skills, assist people around her and find her mom. Expect to see a number of familiar faces return, since Atelier Totori takes place only three years after Atelier Rorona and it takes place in the same area.
Both games use the same cel-shaded graphics. They’re also both very laid back adventures. They could also be considered casual RPGs and life simulations, but if you really want to earn some of the best endings, you have to put a lot of time, effort and planning into it. Plus, Atelier Totori is supposed to even be better than Atelier Rorona, and we know how much fun Atelier Rorona was.