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Atelier Lulua Limited Edition announced for both Switch and PS4

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It retails for $99.99 and will be distributed by NIS America
NIS America announced today that Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland will be getting a Limited Edition for the two PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Shift.

The Limited Edition for the two platforms will probably retail for $99.99. Currently, players can currently pre-order it in the NIS America Online Store.

For $99.99, gamers Will Have the Ability to get the following items:

•Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland for Nintendo Switch™

• Official Hardcover Memorial Art Book

• Official Sound Archives Soundtrack

• Cloth Poster

• Set of 2 Acrylic Keychains

• Collector’s Box

For more information about Atelier Lulua, here’s an Summary of the game through NIS America:

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Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland invites gamers to assume the part of Elmerulia Lulua Fryxel, a young aspiring alchemist training under former student turned mentor, Piana. Lulua studies to fulfill her fantasy of being a great alchemist like her mom, Rorolina Frixell; however through her coaching Lulua finds a mysterious Codex, awakening an early power inside her that empowers Lulua to decrypt but a single page with a lot more riddles for her to tease. Players will be tasked with performing tasks concentrated around the core Atelier series gameplay Gathering, Battle, and Synthesis to allow them to decode more of their text, in addition to learn exciting new kinds of alchemy.

Lulua lays off to Arland in the hopes that she can enhance her powers and uncover this Codex’s riddles. After arriving, she discovers that her atelier shop was made to close. With respect to the support of the Codex, Lulua works hard to conserve the store before it’s too late. The initial steps to her new adventure are filled with excitement; small does Lulua know that Arland is home to several mysteries to be awoken.

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Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland will soon be available for PS4 and Switch on March 20 in Japan. In North America, it will be accessible on May 21 in North America and May 24 at Europe. At the Weekly Famitsu magazine’s February issue, a demo will be included for all those in Japan

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