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  • Summary: Atelier Sophie DX - Atelier Firis DX - Atelier Lydie & Suelle DX - with brand new content and various DLCs. The definitive edition fo the Atlier "Myserious" series is now available.
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  1. Positive: 12 out of 14
  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
  1. 100
    The big question we need to answer here is whether they're worth another dip? If you've missed the Mysterious trilogy so far (perhaps you're a newer fan due to Ryza), then absolutely. If you are an Atelier fan, then having Firis and Sophie on the Switch for the first time is a nice deal, and the photo mode and art books, in particular, are a bonus worth playing with. These are all genuine five-star games and that needs to be remembered... though its also worth remembering that these are all JRPGs, with time commitments to match, and we're being inundated with those this year. That's the only possible dampener for what is otherwise an excellent collection of wonderful games.
  2. Apr 25, 2021
    Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack brings the best of the franchise to a brand new console. Atelier Sophie is an iconic piece of the series with a brand new lease on life, Atelier Firis has unique exploration gameplay that hasn't been attempted in any other entry, and the new story content in Atelier Lyde & Suelle is a delight for longtime fans. These games have never looked better, and are a must-play for anyone interested in the Atelier series.
  3. Apr 26, 2021
    All three games in the Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack are a joy to dive into, whether you’re exploring them for the first time or revisiting some not-to-old friends. The new additions bring a lot to what were already delightful games to begin with, and to finally have all three games on Switch makes for a nice, convenient way to visit (or revisit) some real gems. And hey—now that Mysterious Trilogy is done, maybe Koei Tecmo will turn its eyes to the PS2 games? I sure could go for some Atelier Iris on my Switch…
  4. Apr 22, 2021
    Atelier Mysterious Trilogy offers up a lot of fun, though it might be frustrating at times. I think it’s a nice game to play a bit of at a time, each day, rather than all in one sitting. Not having a hard and fast time limit is definitely a perk. But there are still many little things that frustrated me at times while I immersed myself in the mysterious world of Atelier Mysterious Trilogy.
  5. Apr 27, 2021
    In my opinion, the games in this trilogy get a little better with each installment, but they more or less fall into the same ballpark of quality. Perhaps less accessible than the Ryza games, but well worth diving into for RPG fans.
  6. Apr 23, 2021
    Is Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack right for you? Probably. Each of these three games offers up a content-rich and enjoyable story that should take you a few dozen hours to see through. On the other hand, the slower paced slice-of-life vibe isn’t for everyone and the game elements beyond the robust crafting system can feel a little simplistic sometimes. Either way, it’s tough to argue against the value on offer here, and we’d recommend that you at least try one of these titles if you don’t spring for the whole trilogy.
  7. May 17, 2021
    If crafting is your thing, you probably won’t be disappointed with Atelier Mysterious Trilogy Deluxe Pack. In the end, I still enjoy this series as a JRPG fan, even though there are grind issues.

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  1. Apr 25, 2021
    I'm someone who has never played an Atelier game before and this is the best trilogy to start off with. Sophie is such a charming and loveableI'm someone who has never played an Atelier game before and this is the best trilogy to start off with. Sophie is such a charming and loveable character, the combat is turn-based and not real-time combat like Ryza is. All three games don't have a time limit unlike previous Atelier games and there's English dub for Sophie and Iris. Lyde & Suelle are Japanese-only dub. All games have the additional extra content including an amazing digital artbook for each game and there is photo mode aswell. It's worth the price and it runs really well on the switch. For beginners or Atelier fans who want to visit these games again this is a must-buy Expand
  2. May 2, 2022