Atelier Totori Plus: The Adventurer of Arland, a Japanese Role-Playing Game released to the country in 2012, is now come to North America for PlayStation Vita devices, Sony announced today.
Strangely, the title was given no official announcement beyond this. The Vita launch was first rumored last year when a listing on the Australian Classification Board revealed the title would feature an R-18+ rating, a leap from the original PS3 game's PG rating. Before the launch of this Vita port, the original PlayStation 3 release of The Adventurer of Arland first came to North America in 2012.
The Gust-developed title is available for $39.99 and is bundled with DLC, in addition to new skins, as part of an offer running until April 16.
Gust today announced Atelier Escha & Logy, a direct RPG sequel to Atelier Ayesha. The game will release in Japan on June 27 for PS3; However, it is unclear whether it will receive a North American release any time soon.
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