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Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl Coming to 3DS This Fall in North America 

by Tom Malina - June 12, 2013, 1:57 pm PDT
Total comments: 5 Source: Press Release

Two full adventures comprise this latest game in the series.

Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millenium Girl is out on Nintendo 3DS this fall in North America, launching simultaneously at retail and on the eShop.

This game, the fifth entry in Atlus' handheld RPG series, contains two complete adventures. The primary story mode explores the origins of the Yggdrasil Tree and features, for the first time in the franchise, pre-made characters with unique personalities. In addition, the new Grimoire Stone system allows players to mix and hybridise skills between different character classes.

As well as this, the game also contains Classic mode, which is a remake of the original Etrian Odyssey, complete with 3D graphics and certain gameplay conveniences from later instalments in the series.

Talkback

TeaHeeJune 12, 2013

Wow. I was thinking about picking up IV after playing the demo.  Now, maybe I will wait.

paleselanJune 12, 2013

2 in one year?! I just finished IV! Looks like a late-2014 game for me.

AnGerJune 13, 2013

EO IV, Dragon's Crown, SMT IV, Persona 4: Golden, EO Untold... can someone give me Atlus' address so I can just send them my credit card?

Mop it upJune 13, 2013

Awesome, wasn't sure if this would make it out of Japan since it's a remake. That also means I'm not terribly interested in the game, but will grab it down the line when it gets cheap.

AnGerJune 16, 2013

Quote from: Mop

Awesome, wasn't sure if this would make it out of Japan since it's a remake. That also means I'm not terribly interested in the game, but will grab it down the line when it gets cheap.

It's an extended remake, to be precise. One mode features an all-new story while the other features classic EO dungeon-crawling gameplay. Both should come with the features of EO IV.

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