Atelier Rorona’s Concoctions Examined By The ESRB

By Spencer . August 20, 2010 . 10:21am

Before we get to warnings about jelly creatures and red faces, check out a new Atelier Rorona trailer. This translated video introduces the cast of characters in Gust’s RPG.

 

 

Here’s what the ESRB had to say about Atelier Rorona.

 

This is a fantasy role-playing game in which players assume the role of Rorona, a young girl who performs alchemy tasks and engages in battles with monsters. As players guide a band of alchemists and fighters through a fantasy kingdom (Arland), they can gather alchemy items and fight enemy creatures in turn-based combat. Players use magic, swords, and guns to deplete the hit points of various wolves, jelly creatures, dragons, griffins, and thugs. During the course of the game, some characters are depicted drunk (e.g., swaying, slurred speech, red faces); dialogue also contains references to alcohol (e.g., "He’s drunk and I’m trying to put up with him" and "You should go before you waste any more time with this drunk." Characters sometimes make suggestive comments in the dialogue (e.g., "I’m gonna do naughty things to her while she’s paralyzed," "That was my only chance to legally touch her," and "I got to enjoy every last inch of your body"). One still-image cutscene depicts a character drunkenly groping a woman’s chest. The word "sh*t" appears in dialogue.


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