Developer Koei Tecmo reveals first-print bonuses and Premium edition contents for the upcoming PS Vita port.

A couple of weeks ago we brought you the beautiful new screenshots of  Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Skywhich were taken straight from the PS Vita port of the game.  More details have now been released, with Koei Tecmo revealing what gamers will get if they are luckily enough to pick up a first-print copy of the RPG. Included with each of these copies, will be a downloadable code for a new costume for Nio Altugle, who is a new character for the PS Vita version of the game. You can see concept art for the costume below.

 

Alchemists of the Dusk Sky

 

We also finally have details of what will be bundled with Premium versions of the game. Included will be:

  • A download code for wedding theme costumes for both Escha and Logy.
  • A cleaning cloth.
  • A crystal paperweight.
  • A 2015 Escha and Logy calender.

You can check out more concept art below, which gives you an idea of what to expect from the wedding theme costumes: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky wedding Alchemists of the Dusk Sky wedding2

 

Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky, is set for release in Japan on January 22nd 2015, 19 months after its original PS3 release. Although we still don’t have details of a western release, recently Koei Tecmo revealed that the PS Vita port of The Alchemists of Dusk, the game preceding Alchemists of the Dusk Sky, will be coming to the west next year, so we should be extremely hopeful of future localisation details for Dusk Sky.

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  • Phelan

    Why can’t Atelier games have limited retail release in Europe :/ huh…

    I think that sometimes the reason is “lack of good will”

    • Lester Paredes

      While I don’t know why, I sure wish they would for North America, too.