Get ready to go dungeon diving once more as the final 3DS adventure in the Etrian Odyssey series is out now in the west. Publisher Atlus USA has released a launch trailer detailing some of the game’s features.
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Does the latest Etrian Odyssey’s blend of eight games worth of innovation make a worthy swan song to the long-running 3DS series? RPGamer takes an early look at Etrian Odyssey Nexus.
Atlus has released a short mapping trailer for Etrian Odyssey Nexus. It demonstrates the very basics of the game’s mapping system.
The final 3DS Etrian Odyssey title hits the west in February. Atlus has released the game’s first English trailer, and revealed the contents of its launch edition.
Atlus announces Etrian Odyssey Nexus’s Launch Edition. The boxed edition will include a Vivian pin, art book, and the final 3DS Etrian Odyssey game.
Shortly after its Japanese release, Etrian Odyssey X has been confirmed for a western release with an adjusted title. The game is coming to 3DS in North America and Europe early next year.
Etrian Odyssey X’s last trailer highlights the classes returning from Etrian Odyssey IV. The Landsknecht, Nightseeker, Arcanist, and Imperial will be joining up with the others in Japan this August.
Shortly after a new trailer was released, more details have emerged for Etrian Odyssey X. This updated provides more details about the new world map, plus a couple of other elements.
Etrian Odyssey X has a new trailer showcasing more of the game’s classes. These adventurers could previously be found in Etrian Odyssey III’s Armoroad.
A new Etrian Odyssey X trailer shows a few more of the game’s classes. Originally hailing from High Lagaard, the Gunner, War Magus, and Highlander hope to make their mark on Lemuria.
Atlus provided a second Japanese trailer for Etrian Odyssey X. Coming later this year to Japan, the game looks to provide a “best of” experience for the series.
Atlus has provided another update for the upcoming Etrian Odyssey X. The latest details and images introduce a few more NPCs and some of the new monsters appearing in the game.
Atlus has provided more details and images for its newest Etrian Odyssey title. This update focuses on the new Hero class, as well as some of the NPC adventurers players will come across.
Shortly after announcing the game, Atlus has produced plenty of new details and images for the newest Etrian Odyssey title. Etrian Odyssey X looks to take plenty of inspiration from its prior titles.
The latest Etrian Odyssey title has been announced, getting in a bit belatedly on the whole “Cross” titling template. Nintendo’s dedicated handheld still has plenty of life in it yet.
It’s time to scale the heights of Yggdrasil, mapping everything along the way and surviving whatever nasty critters decide to get territorial. Be prepared for a long but very engaging journey upward. How high will you go?
In a twist that will shock perhaps three people around the world who know of this series, considerable cartography is required when playing. If professional cartographers had access to the tools in Etrian games though, maybe more people would want the job. Beware of angry birds.
For a series founded on the idea of the player being able to draw intricate maps of every environment to abandon that mechanic is a bold move. It’s not the only thing this spinoff/crossover Etrian game does differently, though. Stop using rock toss, you morons!
It takes an intrepid group of explorers to delve deep into an unexplored labyrinth, especially when they have to haul away freshly severed creature parts to craft better gear. The cast of this game might look young, but clearly has had great practice stifling the gag reflex. Fresh body parts for your backpack, yay!
The addition of a 1,000 year old mystery girl isn’t the only change to this overhaul of the original Etrian Odyssey. The untold number of new mechanics and the improved labyrinth exploration make this much more than your average remake.