Atelier Meruru Plus has new costumes, bosses, and events publishes first direct-feed screenshots of PS Vita port.

Famitsu has gone live with its online preview of Atelier Meruru Plus: The Apprentice of Arland, providing the first official details and direct-feed screenshots of the upcoming enhanced PlayStation Vita port, due out on March 20 in Japan.

Update: See the below screenshots in high-definition without watermarks here.

Additional Costumes
Players will be able to outfit Meruru with additional costumes, including Totori and Rorona outfits. The newly added apparel all bring out Meruru’s charm even more.

New Events
Events not seen in the PlayStation 3 version have been added. Arland series fans will without a doubt be surprised.

New Bosses
New bosses have been added and existing bosses have seen changes.

Atelier Totori Plus Compatibility
If you have save data for Atelier Totori Plus: The Adventurer of Arland, you’ll get bonus costumes and enhanced weapons for Totori.

PlayStation 3 Download Content
The game will include download content from the PlayStation 3 version on the game card. In addition to party members Hanna, Pamela, and Rufus, the “Makina Domain” area is also included.

First-Run Bonus and Premium Box
The first-run version of Atelier Meruru Plus: The Apprentice of Arland will include a download code for items related to the game. Additionally, a Premium Box (8,190 yen, tax included—the standard edition costs 6,090 yen) will include the game software and a mini crystal paperweight.

Additional Screenshots

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