The Atelier franchise celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Despite being around for so long, I’ve never actually touched a game in the series. Until now, that is.
As you can see from the title, I got myself the Limited Edition, and that means another unboxing post.
I’m still doing this with my phone’s camera, and I couldn’t really get the light to be satisfactory for some reason. Maybe I should start thinking about investing in a decent camera… But never mind that, let’s take a look at the Atelier Lydie & Suelle ~ The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings ~ Limited Edition.I’ll start with a look at the box that contains everything. The top of the box has the title, and the bottom just says the contents, and has the copyright stuff. I’ll focus on the front, back and sides here.
Now for the actual contents of the box. First up, the game itself.
As you can see, I got the Nintendo Switch version. Sure is nice to see Nintendo’s latest console getting lots of love. There’s nothing interesting on the inside of the case, and the cartridge just has the title and PEGI rating – the usual stuff.
Next up is the soundtrack CD.
You can see the front of the CD case here. The back simply has a track listing, and there are 19 songs on this CD.
Next we have pin badges of Lydie and Suelle. They are a decent size – both have two pins on the back. Not much else to add about these – they look nice.
It is a hardcover artbook. I did quickly flick through it, but I think I’ll give it a proper look once I’ve become more acquainted with the game. I will provide a look at a couple of pages within the book, though.
The art book features character profiles, image gallery and backgrounds & settings. The pictures seen above are part of the image gallery.
That brings me to the final item, and it’s not a small thing.
I could not get all of the cloth poster into a single shot, but I think what I did take a photo of here will suffice. Much like with my Nights of Azure 2 cloth posters, I don’t really have the means of hanging it up yet. I’m not sure I’d have the space for it, even if I did…
Still, it’s a nice item. A cloth poster just feels that little bit more classy than your standard paper posters.
That is everything included in the Atelier Lydie & Suelle ~ The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings ~ Limited Edition. I like all of the items that came with it, but if you pressed me for one particular favourite, I think I would say the cloth poster. I really like the art, and to have a sizeable piece that can be displayed is pretty nice.