KaiserDragon thanks! Regarding the time limit in Atelier games. I think the only atelier game where the time limit became a problem for me was Atelier Totori because traveling took so long. Atelier Shallie and Atelier Sophie have no time limits at all. In Atelier Firis there is a time limit of one year for the first part of the game, after that there are no time limit at all. And it has to be said the time limit for the first part of the game is very lenient so you should have no problems finishing your task(s), after that you are free to roam. For me that was perfect, it brought some sense of direction and discipline to the first part and then it opened up completely for the second part, which I really liked. For me it was perfectly structured. It’s my favorite atelier game because of the traveling aspect even though other games in the series have better characters and more advanced crafting. Agreed on the art style of blue reflection, the game looks gorgeous. Just started it today but yeah I’m already blown away by it’s beauty. The last three games I have played (Gravity Rush 2, Atelier Firis and Blue Reflection) are all really great looking games which all have a distinct art direction and style. 2017 so far has been a fantastic year for gaming, and I have yet to play Persona 5 and Nier: automata which also are two very stylish looking titles.