Gust is giving Atelier Rorona, the first game in the Arland trilogy, a full remake for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. New Atelier Rorona uses Atelier Meruru Plus’ battle system as a base, which adds the turn order indicator and new special attacks.
Screenshots from the original Atelier Rorona are on the left and New Atelier Rorona screenshots are on the right for comparison.
Here’s a look at special attacks from classic Atelier Rorona (left) and New Atelier Rorona (right).
Justice End (left), Brave Thunder (right)
Dream Dance (left), Last Serenade (right)
Psionic Doll (left), Trio de Valley (right)
Kaiser Cooking (left), My Take On A Full Meal (right)
Fulfilling item requests is a key part of the game. New Atelier Rorona will give players a stamp on a bonus card if you exceed expectations. Similar to a bingo card, if you connect stamps in a row you can get a bonus like attack + 2 or defense + 2.
Speaking of Sterk, he has new costumes in New Atelier Rorona. Take a look at the Ocean Leader and Retro Worker.
Miss out on Atelier Totori Plus or Atelier Meruru Plus for Vita? The PlayStation 3 version of New Atelier Rorona includes the galleries for the two Plus games.
New Atelier Rorona also has a gallery specific to the remake included in both the Vita and PS3 versions.
What else is different? Costumes. The PlayStation 3 version includes a Sailor Frill costume while the Vita release has a Wild Summer outfit.
Sailor Frill (PS3)
Wild Summer (Vita)
Players can also unlock accessories if they have save data from other Atelier titles.
Atelier Meruru (PS3) data unlocks Lovely Sunglasses and Stripe Heaven items.
Atelier Escha & Logy data unlocks a fluffy hat.
Atelier Meruru Plus (Vita) data unlocks a rabbit ear headband and Summer Blossom.