First Glimpse Of The Atelier Escha & Logy Anime Before It Airs In April

By Ishaan . March 17, 2014 . 2:02pm

Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky is getting an anime series this April in Japan, and Gust debuted a trailer for the series at a Dengeki Game Festival this pat weekend.

 

 

The Japanese voice actors that voiced Escha and Logy in the PlayStation 3 game will return to take the same roles on once more in the anime. Other characters will be voiced by their original actors as well.

 

The Atelier Escha & Logy anime is available for PlayStation 3 in North America and Europe now. Meanwhile, Gust’s next Atelier game is in development as well.


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  • http://youtube.com/thegaminghself MrShinkara

    Wow, art and animation look gorgeous. Hopefully Crunchyroll picks it up.

  • Kaien

    > 25:30
    > 26:35
    Wow

    Character design is different from the game, but is nice.

    • Firion Hope

      25:30 and 26:35? Am I missing another video, this ones only a minute long

      • Kaien

        Watch at 1:04, there’s a broadcast schedule: it says “thursday 25:30 and 26:35″ instead of “friday 1:30 and 2:35″

        I’ve never seen this, it is common?

        • Firion Hope

          oh Im dumb and missed that haha.

          That is very unusual, I have no idea

        • CayenneGaramonde

          It’s quite common in Japan as far as I know.

          • Kaien

            Well, today I’ve learned something new. :D

        • http://www.carpefulgur.com SpaceDrake

          It’s an exceptionally common way of writing late-night dates in Japan. it basically reduces confusion and means “very late night Thursday”. Watch enough anime promos and whatnot and you’ll see it pop up a lot.

  • Guest

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  • http://truner.beluva.hu/ Truner Razer

    “The Atelier Escha & Logy anime is available for PlayStation 3 in North America and Europe now.” – Early Access confirmed!

    • Tinye

      How do I DO this!?

      • Learii

        I want to know too

    • Kyosuke Yoshino

      Is it possible to watch it on VITA too, or only on the PS3?

      • artemisthemp

        I hope Vita and PS4 is included :P

  • Firion Hope

    You know Ill probably check this out. The animation and art style look amazing. And Ive liked all the anime adaptations of games Ive seen so far, so I think itll be good

  • Merleawe

    This looks great, but I haven’t had a chance to complete the game first, I should probably resist watching it as it airs.

  • David Miller

    I love the atelier alchemist game I have every one there fun to play for people who like gather things and playing boss battles of course

    • ARMs7777

      boss battles? I only played ayesha and there are hardly any bosses in that game. And looking at previous atelier youtube video for the PS3 games there really aren’t many boss battles as well.

      • Hikari Langley

        Then play Escha, and every Atelier has boss battles. Just aren’t fully required.

  • exnoara

    Thank god they change how the TV anime artstyle from the game and much much closer to the 3d model artstyle in the game instead.
    The original anime ingame artstyle are to bland for me.

  • http://www.carpefulgur.com SpaceDrake

    I gotta admit I’m still a little mindfucked that it’s Escha & Logy getting the first “full run” Atelier anime. Where my Salburg peeps at, they’ve been keeping it real since 1997.

    Ah well, this will still hopefully be a good time.

  • Prinnydoom

    With her hair down I thought Escha was Rorona >__< Anyway this is all looking pretty good. I hope it turns out ok, these types of anime usually don't get that good a budget to work with. Still could be wrong, hope I am wrong.

  • http://epiclyamazing.wordpress.com/ AzureNova

    I’m going to watch the hell out of this beautiful anime! I haven’t picked up the game yet, but I will eventually. Even if I did pick it up now, I have a backlog of games I need/want to finish before I start it lol =P

  • Kornelious

    Cool. I’m enjoying the game so far so I’m looking forward to this :)

  • EinMugenTenshin

    Hey, just a quick question. If you buy a Vita, will you be able to download those two older Atelier games for Vita onto it through the PSN, or must you get a bigger memory card or something?

    • Wesley Kenneth Houpt Mattingly

      Meruru Plus is 3GB, and I think Totori was like 2.5GB. So you will need at least an 8gb.

      • EinMugenTenshin

        Thanks, I’m buying it today with great emphasis on those games, so I’d like to know what I have to get in addition.

        I kinda screwed up with not having enough storage on my PS3 for the Atelier Ayesha game (Logy & Escha I got by disc, so no problem there (My first Atelier game btw, and love it)), and I feel it is too late into the generation for me to spend lot of cash on upgrading the hard disk now. Anyways, since those are PSN only I figured I should check it the case for Vita.

        Thanks again.

      • EinMugenTenshin

        Hey, I bought it today and tested it with the default 4 Gb. I bought Meruru Plus, which is 3.1 Gb, and it seems to work fine. It looks like they don’t have the same issue as with PS3 that require double the space? I’ll edit this for confirmation once I can open and play the game, but for now it seems we can get these games with the initial buy equipment.

        Confirm: You only need 4Gb (Standard Equipement) to purchase and buy these games).

        • Wesley Kenneth Houpt Mattingly

          Thats good to know, but I bought the 32GB and just assumed double was needed. My first Atelier was the first one in the US on PS2 called Atelier Iris. Though I didnt play another until Totori. Then I went back and beat Rorona and recently finished Meruru Plus. Hoping Ayesha Plus will come. Atelier games are perfect on Vita.

          • EinMugenTenshin

            Aye, I’m just presponing to buy more hard disk space until I need it myself, because they usually become cheaper as time goes by. I was totally prepared to get more though, and I might still do it as it doesn’t really cost that much. I just have to learn more about the Vita first though, and see if the need arise (Current own Meruru+ (Digital) and got Toukiden and Tearaway physically (have not installed them yet)). I might even go for the 32 Gb or 64 Gb myself if there is much traffic.

            If it is like the PS3 I got no problems installing the games on the go, as my network speed get these things down in 15 min, and I normally don’t play more than 1 game at once.

          • Wesley Kenneth Houpt Mattingly

            I wanted the space for PS1 Classics, Mini’ and PSP games. I started digital only in 2009 when I sold my launch day Japan PSP-1000 and bought a Go. So I have a few years of amazing PSP games I would love to play again at some point without getting out my Go. I temd to focus on one game on mobiles, but occasionally I want some nostalgic action…so its convenient. If you have PS+ there have been some nice Vita titles too.

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