It’s one hell of a fun game, and I dare you to pick it up, play it for 10 minutes and then give it back without any reluctance at all.
Despite bland looks, the core gameplay and sheer fun factor will keep you coming back for more time and time again.
All in all, my first Atelier experience has been a great one, and I can say for sure that it won’t be the last.
All in all, weak story aside, “Grand Kingdom” is probably one of the best games on the Vita, and one of the best sRPGs I’ve played since “Jeanne D’Arc” on the PSP.
All in all, I find very little to be wrong with the game. A bit of a wonky camera and an odd control scheme are not enough to put me off it, and nor is the seemingly thin storyline. Beneath this budget veneer lies a heart of ARPG gold that is bound to entertain you if this is the kind of game you enjoy.
At the end of the day, “Day of the Tentacle Remastered” and I didn’t jive. We didn’t click (he, get it?).