As the Highlander, meet the investigation team from the Midgard Library and the mysterious amnesiac Frederica as you work toward a common goal: discovering the truth behind the anomalies plaguing Etria and the secrets locked in Frederica’s memory.
Create a party of up to five characters from nine different classes to explore the Yggdrasil Labyrinth. The plot is slightly different from that of the Story Mode. Saved data can be carried over between modes, so you can play Classic after finessing the Story.
The newest installment in the Etrian Odyssey series has arrived.
The first Etrian Odyssey game was released in 2007.
The game was very favorably received for its unique play style in which players use the stylus to record their progress through the sprawling mazes, as well as the for the game's refreshing challenge.
Now the series has been reborn with Etrian Odyssey Untold. The original game has been improved with a new, captivating story, unique and charming characters, and a newly recreated Labyrinth in full 3D.
The hero is a young Highlander, a member of one of the many clans from the Highland area, who receives an unusual request and travels to the town of Etria.
The request was to "investigate an abnormality occurring in Etria."
The town’s ruling council has sent for a Highlander to search for the source of a series of mysterious earthquakes and sounds that has begun to trouble the city in recent months. In the course of his investigation, he meets an amnesiac girl named Frederica.
A trio of researchers from the Midgard Library, an institution several settlements over, has come to Etria to seek out the same abnormalities. After a chance encounter with the three, they introduce themselves as Simon, Arthur, and Raquna. It soon becomes apparent that there is a need for all of them to delve into the challenging wilderness of the Yggdrasil Labyrinth, which has some deep connection with a set of strange ruins.
What could these abnormalities be? All the keys to this puzzle remain locked in the memories of the girl...
Not as good as EO4, but good
This review is from: Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl Nintendo 3DS Game
Pros: -Fun dungeon crawling
Cons: -Most of the effort is put into Story mode, which is less than appealing since it heavily limits your customization and breaks up the atmosphere
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