Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout Crack With License Key 2020

Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout The beautiful role-playing game follows the exploits of teenage tomboy Ryza, who dreams of escaping her mundane village lifestyle, alongside her band of mischievous friends. One day, as they explore a forbidden island in search of adventure, they meet an elderly magician who will changeThe beautiful role-playing game follows the exploits of teenage tomboy Ryza, who dreams of escaping her mundane village lifestyle, alongside her band of mischievous friends. One day, as they explore a forbidden island in search of adventure, they meet an elderly magician who will change their lives forever. … Expand
Download Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
7.6
Downloads 58
Genre General, Role-Playing, Japanese-Style
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Koei Tecmo Games / Gust
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Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout reviews ( 7 )

daiko, Oct 31, 2019

Great graphical improvement, faster and more dynamic battle system, overall and upgrade for the Atelier series, this game is a console port, so it's best played with a controller, make sure to have that in mind before playing.

Nightscape, Jan 26, 2020

Atelier Ryza is great, best resourced-based game I have ever played! I gave it an 9 due to a few things I things they can fix, mostly quality of life stuff, but the depth of the alchemy engine and the incredible character development more than makes up for and gaps in efficiency. A very causal and lighthearted game, one where you can just relax and have a fun time. Definitely recommend for casual RPG players and those looking just to release steam.

LudenUK, Mar9, 2020

I don't normally write reviews but this game seriously needs more attention... If like me you tried to get into the series in the past but couldn't... GIVE THIS ONE A CHANCE! I saw some gameplay from this on YouTube on an unrelated commentary video and was so interested, I did some research and discovered it was Ryza. I was surprised when I saw it was an Atelier game and put it in my wishlist but had my reservations due to past experiences with the series. I always found it too cute, too girly and too confusing in previous games on PS Now. After reading reviews and seeing more gameplay, I decided to wait for a sale to try it out, it sounded like if any Atelier game was going to appeal to me it would be this one. Two days ago it went on sale so I bought it and have played 12 hours so far. This is THE BEST JRPG I've played since Persona 5. The writing is fantastic and has kept every minute very interesting, entertaining and had me laughing out loud to the excellent dialogue. The characters are brilliant and fit perfectly with the game's theme and story. The mechanics are tight, intuitive and fun with plenty of scope to experiment and lots of variety to keep things interesting. The soundtrack is great and voice acting is enjoyable too (although there is no English dub so you will be reading subs). Some complaints I've read are from long-time fans of the series who don't like the hand-holding and the overly long tutorial but being new to the series I actually appreciated the slow learning curve and was never bored, overwhelmed or stuck reading pages of information. The tutorial is done well (although I'll admit it does restrict you in a very linear fashion so on a 2nd playthrough I could see this being frustrating). However, Persona does the same thing and won't let you do ANYTHING for a much longer amount of time, at least with this game you are free to explore and gather very early on and will even get some side quests too whilst it is still guiding through the first steps main story arc. The game looks gorgeous and runs smooth as butter. The controls feel great (I only wish there was a way to change the gamepad button for sprinting). I was very happy once I turned off auto camera rotate, adjusted sensitivity to max and turned on minimap rotation. I would highly recommend this game to any JRPG fan who appreciates good story, great mechanics and fun characters. I honestly think they completely NAILED it with this game and I'm looking forward to playing everything it has to offer!

TalionSwift, Oct 31, 2019

This game so far is great! I really like the new way they took the combat, and pretty cool take on the ATB system. The updated / streamlined way they handled the alchemy I'm enjoying. And right now I'm pretty addicted to it, I played a solid 8 hours the other day and wanted to keep going. the story is pretty solid so far and the characters are pretty good, about 14 -15 hours in so far I'm curious to see where the story ends up. The one thing I'll take a point off for is the lack of an English dub it just makes me sad, hopefully with the new found success this particular entry Is having they will have the money to include one next time. I miss my Atelie dubs : -( .

AnnieW0, Mar 13, 2020

Total waste of money. I wish I could return the game. The game play is confusing (battle system, alchemy etc.) and the characters are flat and boring. Score 4 only for the graphics, but really not worth the money at all! the whole game is not enjoyable at all.

Lawgun, Feb 22, 2020

I had only completed Atelier Sophie game and played a little in Atelier Firis but still I can easily point out that Ryza is too casual and boring as a result in terms of alchemy which is the most important part of series about alchemy obviously. Also for some reason combat style was changed to some broken analog of FF XIII. All what we have here a nice graphics (at last), Ryza - thiccness princess and Lila - thiccness queen. I bet these are only reasons why this game sold out better than Atelier Sophie.

BesuBaru, Oct 29, 2019

The PC port is poor. Has optimization and performance issues (even on a GTX 1060) despite it looking like a PS3 game (and having ridiculously low resolution shadows and ambient occlusion), no proper Keyboard/Mouse support, barebones options menu, game physics have issues above 30FPS, and the game has crashing issues on some setups (Specifically with AMD graphics cards).