>Airing in Spring
Well, will it be as awful as the other video game adaptations? Probably
We can only hope it'll be better than BlazBlue.. That shit is just horrible.
I just hope it doesn't try to adapt the story of the games. That is always awful, it should be a side story.
And the sad part is BlazBlue was one of the better adaptations of a fighting game.
Some video game adaptations like Sakura Wars and Valkyria Chronicles weren't bad.
Am I really the only one who also like the older Atelier titles like Iris and Mana? I can appreciate a cute game like the current incarnations, but the old, more serious adventure styles were also pretty nice.
I hope not, but probably yes.
They already fucked up by not making it a Rorona anime.
No, I liked them too. You're never the only one.
Iris and Mana Khemia were the 'new' Atelier. Rorona brought the games back to its old school alchemy-centric formula.
And yes, there are many who prefer the PS2-era abominations, but such people would be happier with a regular JRPG, not an Atelier title.
Well I can understand that as well. Iris's synthesis crap was really bland.
Really? I assume the Iris and Mana titles don't involve time management either?
I prefer playing those Atelier series than the new ones. I feel so disappointed playing Rorona and Totori.
Apparently it's by the same studio as Kirino Mosaic. So I'm slightly hopeful.
I like it better. Especially it has male MC.