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Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland will have a crossover with Neru Neru Nerune, a Japanese candy created by mixing two powder packets, water, and candy crystals. Nerune Grape and Nerune Soda can be made in the 3DS game if players collect Powder Packet 1, Powder Packet 2, and either Glittering Candy or Colorful Ramune. Neru Neru Nerune is featured as an item in Atelier Rorona Plus.

The people over at 4gamer.net have posted 4 new screenshots from the Japanese 3DS title, Atelier Rorona. There doesn’t seem to be too much going on in these images, but they’re interesting nonetheless!

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The first of three 3DS themes for Atelier Rorona Plus is out now in Japan. This particular theme – priced at 200 yen – focuses on main character Rorona.

Over the next couple of months, we’ll be seeing two more Atelier Rorona Plus 3DS themes. They’ll likely feature two different characters.

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Gust Corporation has sent out new details about Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland, and Siliconera has provided a translation. We’ve rounded up the information below.

– Battles begin with symbol encounters
– Touch a monster to seamlessly enter a grid-based battlefield
– Press “Y” for a pre-emptive attack
– The bottom screen has commands
– These include Attack, Item, Skill, Special Attack, Defend, and Escape
– While fighting, the grid makes it easier to gauge movement with lines showing wherever you move
– Assist system will have allies help Rorona out in combat
– Each time you do an action, the Assist Meter will go up, and it can then be used to help add attacks to Rorona’s attacks
– “Item” selection is exclusive to alchemists
– They range from attacks to heals, and have all kinds of different effects that can help you out in combat
– The grids also makes it easier to see the areas items cover
– “Auto-Battle” feature included
– This lets you select a monster, and all the characters will automatically move and attack whichever one you select
– Attacking a monster from behind will do more damage to the foe
– Monsters can also get you with back attacks
– Use powerful skills with some MP
– Effects vary from healing allies, to blinding or sleeping enemies
– Skills depend on the character and their skill
– Once you reach a certain level with your characters, they learn special attacks
– Use attacks and skills to raise the special attack meter
– Attack meter is then used to do an extra dose of damage against enemies

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Gust Corporation issued official screenshots, art, and details for Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland today. You’ll find all of the latest content collected below.

– Gust calls it a game of “enhanced charm”
– Revamped battle system suited for the 3DS’ stereoscopic 3D
– Look down on a grid-based field
– Can freely move characters before using actions
– Actions include attack, defend, items, skills
– Each action has their own range of effect on the grid
– Overtime Mode: After the story ends, Totori and Meruru come from the future and the three protagonists of the Arland trilogy are united in efforts to return them to their original worlds
– Totori and Meruru are playable in battle at this time and will also be chibi-fied
– Esty Dee: Esty, who was a recurring support character in the Arland trilogy, will be playable in addition to Totori and Meruru
– Although receptionist for the castle, Esty is said to exhibit great power in battle
– A number of carefully selected costumes suited to its chibi characters will be available
– The additional maps and bosses from the original Atelier Rorona Plus will also appear in the 3DS game
– Kitchen Garden and Atelier Redecorating: the kitchen garden and ability to redecorate Rorona’s atelier will also be available
– Can change the game’s difficulty
– Premium Box has a five-piece character metal charm set, cleaner cloth pouch, and mini-tapestry
– First-print copies of the game include an original 3DS theme

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A few more Atelier Rorona Plus: The Alchemist of Arland details have been translated from this week’s issue of Famitsu. Find them rounded up below.

– Battle system starts out with a symbol encounter system that seamlessly transfers into a grid-based battle area after touching a monster
– Unlock an “Atelier Astrid” mode after meeting certain conditions
– This will let players see how Astrid and Sterk lived back earlier on
– More to the mode than you would expect
– More to do once you’ve finished the story
– Meruru and Totori will swing by for a visit
– The three alchemists will have a journey to share
– One part of the story will reveal the events that led to Astrid taking Rorona on as her pupil
– Can change the difficulty
– 11 party member characters

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