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Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl by Atlus

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Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 10.
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  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Publisher: Atlus
  • Developer: Atlus
  • Category: Role-Playing
  • Players:1 Player

Product Details:

The first entry in the critically acclaimed Etrian Odyssey series is back, now on the Nintendo 3DS! Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl offers two full length experiences: The expanded story mode takes players on a journey to unravel the mystery of the Yggdrasil Tree's origins, and the classic mode updates the original Etrian Odyssey. Both versions feature the same gameplay conveniences, updated 3D graphics, and StreetPass abilities as in Etrian Odyssey IV.

As the Highlander, meet the investigation team from the Midgrad 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 finishing the Story.

The newest installment in the Etrian Odyssey 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 for the game's refreshing challenge.

Now, in 2013, 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...

Create your very own map with the stylus!

While exploring the dungeon, you can use the lower screen on the Nintendo 3DS as a map. Use the stylus to mark your paths and note important details.

The monsters that stand in your way!

The Labyrinth is home to a great many beasts, not all of which it is in your best interest to fight. It's up to you to figure out how to move past these monsters until you grow strong enough to take them on.

Customize the characters the way you want!

Each character will learn different skills based on their class. As the characters level up, you will be able to select the skills you want the character to learn.

The biggest addition to Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is the story mode - a first for the series. The story mode gives players five pre-made characters, each with their own personalities and dialogue to explore a side of Etria not seen in the first game. Adventurers must brave new dungeon layouts, floors and enemies to find out the truth behind the Yggdrasil Tree, and uncover amnesiac gunner Frederica's secrets.

  • High-Quality Animation - The animation studio, MADHOUSE, provide the opening animation and cut scenes, making Yuji Hinata's artwork look even more vibrant and attractive. Yuzo Koshiro will be returning to create the atmospheric music scores to dramaticize the story as it unfolds.
  • New and Enhanced Features Added to the Original - A new Grimoire Stone system is added to the battle system which allow players to utilize not only their allies' skills, but their enemies' skills as well. Also, all the nostalgic monsters and dungeons that were seen in the original Etrian Odyssey game have been revamped in 3D!

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Game Features

Number of Players
1 Player
Rated 4 out of 5 by from AMAZING! This is the first game I played in the Etrian Odyssey series, It was on sale so I decided to pick it up. BEST CHOICE EVER! I couldn't put the game down. After beating this game I decided to go pick up the others in the series.
Date published: 2015-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Intriguing Plot I LOVE THIS GAME! The Story is very interesting! You need skill in this game in order to get past monsters that you really don't want to fight, cause if your not careful you'll end up fighting a monster with out enough MP or items and just get your butt handed to you. I'm still playing it because the the quest in the game are worth it. They may come off as annoying and just drag out the game, but the gains in level are worth it! Just don't be like me when you first play it and not equip higher weapons and armor like me. Play this game! It's fantastic!
Date published: 2014-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Epic When I got this game I was not sure if it was going to be good, I find out it was so good it pulled me into an EPIC game play for RPG. My friend is now hooked on the demo, now wanting the real game. I have wished that with the game so good, I wished I could play it while sleeping.
Date published: 2014-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An RPG for older, mature 3ds owners There's nothing wrong with the cutesy kid-friendly games the DS is known for, and I personally enjoy Pokemon and Animal Crossing, but older players looking for a more substantial, challenging, thinking-man's RPG, look no further. Etrian Odyssey offers HARDCORE dungeon delving like nothing else on the system. It's lengthy, and slower paced than more accessible titles, and not something I'd recommend for the younglings out there -- it may not hold their attention well. But for people who are looking for substance, a game that rewards strategy and thinking, and a more gritty and adult-oriented game, this is an absolute MUST BUY.
Date published: 2013-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING The music, the graphics, the gameplay and story is all so good! This is my first time playing an RPG like this and i have to say ive been missing out on some stuff!
Date published: 2013-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simply a fantastic fresh old-style dungeon crawler Recently purchasing a 3DS and looking for games that were worth the bang for their buck I came across this title. Needless to say, after trying out the demo and purchasing the game, I was blown away. The game offers a fresh, amazing look of the old-style dungeon crawlers many of us may have known years ago or even now. The art work is simply stunning and the 3D just makes every little work of scenery more gorgeous. The music is top-notch along with some great animated cut-scenes and great voice-acting, expected nonetheless from the guys at Atlus. That and top if off with an interesting story that just makes you beg for more, creates an amazing combo. The gameplay is what really makes the core of the game, as believe me, you will be playing a lot if you want to become great at this game. It follows the same kind of FF style people are familiar with before, ie. a battle menu with choices such as attack, skills, magic, etc. but with a twist on them with the addition of grimoire stones which change up the gameplay itself. This, along with the several different classes and set ups you can have leave you with an interesting experience every time you enter a new area. That being said, being a first timer to the series, I found the map-creation, a unique addition as well, making everything depend solely on you. Whether you be attempting to level up your characters(Yup, grinding is a big part of this game), or going through the floors, creating a map is important so you don't lose yourself in the vast areas, giving you plenty to do 24/7. Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is simply an amazing revival of the old-school style, bringing in new ideas and a great story, along with the classic mode on top of Story mode, it's a game that most certainly has high replay value and is one of the many gems the 3DS has to offer. While it may not be for everyone, as it does require a lot of work to create maps as you go and a lot of grinding in order for you to not fall behind(A lot of it), those who can stick it through will be immersed in the wonder that is Etrian Odyssey.
Date published: 2013-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A One-Two RPG Punch. Let's get the negative stuff out of the way: As a whole, considering this is really two games for the price of one, the (mind you, highly necessary) level grinding can get a bit taxing on the nerves and the labyrinth corridors may feel a bit bland after about a half-hour of exploring the lengthy passageways of any given area. Plus, the plot in Story Mode is a little dry and predictable. That said, the flow of combat, the amount of customization for each character (in Classic Mode, though you do have a fair amount of customization for the very likable cast in Story Mode as well) and the appeal of never quite knowing what's around every corner while honing your fantasy cartography skills gives "Etrian Odyssey: Untold" a reason to keep playing it. The grueling difficulty and sharp rewards make this game a grand recommendation for RPG enthusiasts and old-world tabletop gamers!
Date published: 2013-10-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from To Easy, To Dull This game sucks. It is the easiest game ever. I thought it looked like a fun adventure, but turns out to be a poorly written piece of garbage. I respect the work put into this game, but this isn't worth anything.
Date published: 2013-10-10
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