Atelier Ryza 1 and 2 Art Books Leave Japan in December
Image via Udon Entertainment, Koei Tecmo, Gust, and Toridamono

Atelier Ryza 1 and 2 Art Books Leave Japan in December

Udon Entertainment announced it will localize and release the Atelier Ryza: Official Visual Collection 1 and 2 art books based on the first games next month. Both will appear digitally and physically on December 5, 2023 for $49.99 each.

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Each of these art books focuses on a different entry. However, the contents are similar. Toridamono acted as character designer and artist on the games and contributed to the collections. There’s also an array of concept art and design documents that were used during the development of both games. In addition, Udon translated the games’ Executive Producer Junzo Hosoi and Toridamono interviews going over the titles in the second entry. The first volume features a short story starring the game’s characters. Both books are each 160 pages long. 

Here are the localized covers for both of the art books. Each one features Ryza in her main outfit she wears in the first and second games. In the book for the second game, she’s holding the mascot character Fi.

The company also shared some sample pages from both volumes. First, here are four pages from the Atelier Ryza Visual Collection 1 art book.

Next, here are the images from the second volume.

Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout is on the PS4, Switch, and PC worldwide, while Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy is on the PS4, PS5, Switch, and PC. The Atelier Ryza: Official Visual Collection 1 and 2 art books arrive on December 5, 2023 outside Japan. The anime based on the series is streaming on Crunchyroll.


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