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Back of Case - PlayStation 2 (UK):

    The Art of Alchemy Can be so Deadly!


    In an age of peace and harmony, the power of evil is lurking in the shadows. The descendants of the dying art of alchemy must rise to defend all that there is. Together with the forces of Mana, you must decide the destiny of the entire world...

    Extract elemental powers from field objects for your alchemy experiments! Use the power of Mana to create over 300 different items!

    Use your alchemy skills to battle vicious monsters! Never before seen special moves!

    Over 400 events that can occur as a result of your actions!

    Alchemic Adventure RPG

    Contributed by TechSmurfy (918) on May 13, 2012.
    Revive the dying art of alchemy to save the world from total annihilation. Create and collect over 300 items on your quest to uncover the secrets of alchemy.

    Contributed by Lampbane (3074) on Jan 05, 2009.
    Roleplaying Mana from heaven

    Regallzine is a world of magic and wonder, sustained by the elemental powers of the
    Mana. Every substance, every object is formed from the elements and the people live
    under the guidance and protection of the Mana spirits.

    Players take on the role of Klein Keisling, a young hero who dreams of becoming an
    alchemist - one of the few who can use the power of the Mana to create something out of
    nothing. His personal quest intertwines with that of others and a greater calling to save the

    Atelier Iris is an incredibly flexible RPG - players can create their own items and weapons,
    each with unique powers, appearances, and abilities - with engaging characters and
    gorgeous, stylised graphics. Hugely popular in Japan this is the first European outing for
    developer Gust Co.'s acclaimed RPG.

    • Customize your weapons and items with the help of the Mana spirits

    • Beautifully hand-drawn backgrounds combine with detailed character animation

    • Action controls allow players to run, jump, and attack like in an action game

    Contributed by DreinIX (10673) on Feb 19, 2008.