The Ar Tonelico Visual Book is the English edition of the Japanese one アル トネリコ ビジュアルブック 蒼天楽土 released in So Udon has. The Ar Tonelico Visual Book is the English edition of the Japanese one released in So Udon has been quite fast in bringing this Englished translated. WELL, I'M TALKING ABOUT THE ARTBOOK FOR THE VIDEO GAME AR TONELICO, THAT'S WHAT BITCHES! AND THIS WASN'T IMPORTED.
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One for each game, one for the Tower Administrators, and one for Jakuri to be more precise. Oh, joy! And of course, they would insert a sexy picture of the main female protagonists of the first Ar Tonelico game! I think that was a nice treat for a lot of fans out there. I also appreciate the fact that these pictures have a background.
I know they're nowhere near fancy, but it definitely beats pure white. It seems that some anthology covers were included as well.
That's probably because Nagi designed them, but I'm quite happy they were included in this book. I didn't pick up the anthologies themselves, but I did like the cover art for each book.
When this book was came out, not all of the drama CDs had been released. When I say less colourful, I don't mean the artwork itself. Just the backgrounds.
Having played two and a half Ar Tonelico games, I'm sad to say I don't know some of the characters displayed on the covers of each drama CD. From what I've read, some of the characters are introduced only in the CDs because they enter the series after each game. It's a shame I can't understand a lot of Japanese. Otherwise I'd try to give these CDs a listen.
On a brighter note, all the characters look pretty! Overall, I love the artwork, and I feel that Ryou Nagi made good use of white space in each piece, with the exception of the single shots of some characters.
I don't see any environments in these images, but I'm sure they would look fantastic if Nagi did some pieces where his characters were standing in their cities. Like the first chapter, this one is broken into three sections.
Unlike the Material books, the Ar Tonelico Visual book only features a single shot of each character. You can find the facial expressions later on in the book, but they're very tiny. Like the size of your thumbnail.
But you can enjoy each image anyway. Don't be surprised if you have to squint for a few of them though. In this chapter you'll get to see the full name of each character, learn about their age, weight, height, and then some.
This whole section shows off basic profiles for each character in the Ar Tonelico series. At the end of each section, you'll find event shots from their respective games If you haven't played through the entirety of each game, I don't recommend browsing through each section too thoroughly.
Unless you don't care about spoilers, then it's all right. However, I felt the need to warn those of you who wish to download this book in case you wanted to play through your games without looking at spoilerific images.
This is where all the interviews come in. I'm personally in it for the art. That, and I can't read enough Japanese to make sense of each interview, so I can't really make a proper comment on this section. For those of you who understand Japanese, I think you'll enjoy the 10 - 12 pages of interview material.
In addition to the reviews, this section shows off various character costumes. Nuff said. Totally thought the main character of Ar Tonelico 2 was going to be a girl. I just liked her picture xD This! Random in game cut scene. There are some cool ones. Lots of skimpy ones.
And then there was this. Top is the outfit the main character of Atelier Marie wore. Below her is what the main character of Atelier Elie wore. At the bottom was the outfit Lita from Atelier Iris wore ugh, hated that bitch but her outfit looks so cute on this girl! Do you marry your girl in the end?