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Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana (2004)

Irisu no atorie: Etanâru mana (original title)
Guide young alchemist Klein Kiesling and his companions through the land of Regallzine in search of the fabled Avenberry, the "City in the Sky."

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Tetsuya Kakihara ...
Klein Kiesling (voice)
Chinami Nishimura ...
Lita Blanchimont (voice)
Kôichi Sakaguchi ...
Delsus (voice)
Natsumi Yanase ...
Norn (voice)
Sôichirô Hoshi ...
Arlin (voice)
Yuka Shioyama ...
Marietta Lixiss (voice)
Mariko Suzuki ...
Zeldalia (voice)
Tohru Inada ...
Mull (voice) (as Tooru Inada)
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Beggur (voice) (as Tesshou Genda)
Miki Takahashi ...
Iris Blanchimont (voice)
Yuko Kagata ...
Pamela Ibiss (voice)
Rie Kanda ...
Popo (voice)
Takayuki Sakai ...
Village Chief (voice)
Yukari Kokubun ...
Uru / Zellia (voice)
Yumi Morooka ...
Silwest (voice)
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Guide young alchemist Klein Kiesling and his companions through the land of Regallzine in search of the fabled Avenberry, the "City in the Sky."

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28 June 2005 (USA)  »

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SILENT RHYME
Lyrics by Kanae Aoki
Composition by Daisuke Achiwa
Arrangement by Daisuke Achiwa
Vocal by Mami Horie
Piano by Mami Horie
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Enjoyed the game-play, graphics were so-so
6 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

First off, I am not that big a fan of 2-D games. I guess I might just be spoiled by growing up in a generation that had Goldeneye and Shadows of the Empire as its greatest console games, but I will give the makers of this game some credit, they did well with what they had. The story line is good, and I enjoyed the mana system. Small hint: check the barrels before absorbing them, sometimes there are goodies. The actual movement in cities felt restricted, but that could be because I couldn't alter the camera angles. I really liked the tutorials, they weren't that helpful, but I always enjoy when the game acknowledges that it is gonna be breaking the fourth wall. Well worth the money. Go out and get a used copy and you will be glad you did.


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