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Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream – Story Trailer | PS4

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Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream is scheduled to release on February 25th, 2022 for the PlayStation®4.

When Sophie sets out on an adventure to find a missing friend and unlock the mystery behind the dream-like world of Erde Wiege, she will have to fight the many monsters that inhabit the land – some of which Atelier fans may recognize from previous entries! For the first time in the series, Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream features a battle system that begins instantly without any load times or separate screens, allowing gameplay to flow seamlessly between exploration and combat. In this new battle system, up to six-party members can join forces for “multi-linked turn-based battles”. These party members will be split into two teams; the “assault team” which consists of the 3 members in the front, and the “back-up team” which features the 3 members at the back.

One of the abilities that this new combat system introduces is Twin Actions. Here, the front and back rows can choose to attack together, or have the front row make their move first while the back row recovers and charges up. This ability uses less MP than performing the attacks separately, offering the chance for players to inflict more damage to their foes in battle. Alternatively, players can use the Support Guard action that allows a member of the back row to protect a member in the front row when they are being attacked. Since the members in the front and back rows can be freely switched, it’s important to keep track of each member’s HP and to use these abilities at the right time. In order to use the Twin Actions and Support Guard abilities, Technical Points (TP) are required. When the Dual Gauge reaches 100%, Dual Triggers – a special move where two party members launch a powerful ability together – can be triggered to get an upper hand in battle.

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  1. It's really a shame that those games don't have english dub (nowaday). I really can't stand japanese voice acting

  2. @1:35 really looking forward to this game.

    On a serious note, Sophie stuck with me and all of the characters, it’s how I felt about FF’s growing up. Such a great series. Keep ‘‘em coming.

  3. Can't wait, I've played the majority of the Atelier franchise but Sophie is something special to me, the world and characters totally made me immerse into this fantasy world, and also it as one of the most brutal final bosses I've ever seen. Love it so much. Already have this one pre-ordered 😀

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  5. I've supported & played the Atelier franchise of games since the PS2 days. Fun & relaxing RPGs.

  6. Can't wait, I've played the majority of the Atelier franchise but Sophie is something special to me, the world and characters totally made me immerse into this fantasy world, and also it as one of the most brutal final bosses I've ever seen. Love it so much. Already have this one pre-ordered 😀

  7. I've supported & played the Atelier franchise of games since the PS2 days. Fun & relaxing RPGs.

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