Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey (PS4) £15.67 (Using code) Delivered @ MyMemory (Or £15.95 @ Base)
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Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey (PS4) £15.67 (Using code) Delivered @ MyMemory (Or £15.95 @ Base)

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Found 12th Nov
Use Code: VC5 (Base @ £15.95)

Currently £54.99 on PSN or £36.29 with PS+.

The 18th entry to GUST's popular Atelier franchise takes place after the events of 2016's Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book, expanding on the series' delightful narrative.

The second entry in the 'Mysterious' saga follows the adventures of the enthusiastic Firis Mistlud and her loving older sister Liane Mistlud. The Mistlud sisters have lived their entire lives in the isolated town of Ertona, where Firis uses her unique ability to see where crystals of materials are buried. By way of a fateful encounter, Firis learns of the Alchemy Exam and decides to take her first step into the outside world, setting off on a grand journey to become a certified alchemist and discover the mysteries that life has to offer! Players will experience a vast world with towns, environments and other locations reaching up to ten times the size of those featured in Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book.

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Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey takes the long-running franchise to greater heights with a brand-new option to choose which narrative path to follow. After passing the exam, players are able to follow three different paths that focus on the three key aspects of the Atelier series - Alchemy, Combat and Character relationships. Choice plays a major role in the events that can be experienced throughout the game, with the ability to switch between the three paths at any point during this grand adventure.

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Thanks - purchased. I'll add it to the ridiculous backlog of games which I'm in denial about sometime having the time to play through...
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If they can't be bothered to dub it properly, I can't be bothered to play it.

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SavageDonkey30 m ago

If they can't be bothered to dub it properly, I can't be bothered to play …If they can't be bothered to dub it properly, I can't be bothered to play it.


If you are concerned about the voice over, it is always best to play the original Japanese version. It is a common practice not to voice over all the dialogues to English are replace the not important ones with texts when they are dubbing a JRPG game to be honest. Here is the import version.

Thanks - purchased. I'll add it to the ridiculous backlog of games which I'm in denial about sometime having the time to play through...

I turn voice off in all games.
Edited by: "catt466" 12th Nov

Heated, ordered from Base. These games are really fun when you understand the mechanics, but they release them so quickly it's hard to keep up with all the other games to play out there. But at least they go down in price relatively quickly!

mixmixi7 h, 31 m ago

If you are concerned about the voice over, it is always best to play the …If you are concerned about the voice over, it is always best to play the original Japanese version. It is a common practice not to voice over all the dialogues to English are replace the not important ones with texts when they are dubbing a JRPG game to be honest. Here is the import version.


I'm not a purest or Japanese... If I want to read, I do it in a book, I love books and video games... I don't read video games.

But,but you need to feel the expression of the original actors interpretation of the character... No I need to hear them speak the language I understand.

I'm not getting at you, I just feel this way. This series used to do a full dub.

Original Poster

SavageDonkey5 h, 45 m ago

I'm not a purest or Japanese... If I want to read, I do it in a book, I …I'm not a purest or Japanese... If I want to read, I do it in a book, I love books and video games... I don't read video games.But,but you need to feel the expression of the original actors interpretation of the character... No I need to hear them speak the language I understand.I'm not getting at you, I just feel this way. This series used to do a full dub.


I get it. But you’d never get the real expression if you play the English versions, regardless of how much dub they have. Just saying.

Imagine missing out on exceptional games like Yakuza Zero because you couldn't be bothered to read the subtitles.

Well, everyone makes their own choices I guess.

SavageDonkey8 h, 10 m ago

I'm not a purest or Japanese... If I want to read, I do it in a book, I …I'm not a purest or Japanese... If I want to read, I do it in a book, I love books and video games... I don't read video games.But,but you need to feel the expression of the original actors interpretation of the character... No I need to hear them speak the language I understand.I'm not getting at you, I just feel this way. This series used to do a full dub.


If it's a niche game, the publisher may not want the risk of paying for a full dub. I'd rather get a game with subs, than no game at all. But some dubs are really great, and I would also miss them.
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