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Sailing the open sea with Etrian Odyssey 3

Atlus continues its extensive video documentation of Etrian Odyssey 3: The Drowned City, with a clip demonstrating the new ocean exploration feature. And no, we're pretty sure the ship isn't called the ATLUS by default....

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Meet the candidates for your Etrian Odyssey 3 team

We learned two things from this Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City video: 1) some information about the available character classes, and 2) what a Hoplite is. Well, that last one was kind of a trailer/Wikipedia tag team lesson, but still, education happened. ...

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Etrian Odyssey 3 trailer is voice acting-free

You've seen the stuff that comes with the game, now see ... the game with which that stuff comes. The latest trailer for Etrian Odyssey 3: The Drowned City is pretty far removed from the previous trailer. Where Atlus's first video presented the in-game storyline as described by the characters...

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Pre-order Etrian Odyssey 3, get Etrian art to see

You won't have to search the ocean or a subterranean dungeon for this treasure -- Atlus announced that copies of Etrian Odyssey 3: The Drowned City pre-ordered from certain retailers will include "Forests of Eternity," a 60-page artbook. The full-color book includes character and background artwork...

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Etrian Odyssey 3 trailer: like you've never heard Etrian Odyssey before

The trailer for Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City demonstrates the kind of stories you can create, with typical in-game experiences described as real adventures by the game's characters. It also makes us glad the series doesn't have voice acting. The seafaring dungeon RPG will be in stores...

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Back into the labyrinth: Atlus announces Etrian Odyssey 3

The latest Famitsu reveals a third entry in Atlus's hardcore dungeon RPG series Etrian Odyssey (Sekaiju no Meikyuu). Etrian Odyssey 3 ditches the series' forest setting for the seaside town of Armolode, in which an earthquake has recently uncovered -- surprise! -- a big labyrinth. According to...

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DS Daily: Revisiting old friends

When was the last time you returned to a DS game that long sat neglected in your collection? (Okay, so the answer to this probably isn't Ping Pals; and if it is, consider yourself a buffoon.) Had you already completed the game in question, or did you purchase it and get immediately sidetracked by...

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Games to help curb your addictions

The "self-help" era is upon us, even finding its way into the video game industry as of late. Aside from the obvious fitness awareness game on Nintendo's other system (we mean Wii Fit, of course), there have been quite a few attempts to help gamers improve their lifestyles and habits. Take, for...

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Etrian Odyssey, FFTA2 developers want to speak with you

Even if it is really all about plugging their products, we love it when game developers choose to communicate directly with us, the dirty, huddled masses, and today has brought news of two studios who are inviting questions from gamers. First up is Atlus, or more specifically Nich Maragos, Atlus USA...

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Etrian Odyssey II director speaks about the unexpected hit series

Kazuya Niinou, director of the original Etrian Odyssey (as well as Trauma Center) left Atlus last year before any work began on the sequel. The design responsibilities were given to Shigeo Komori, who wrote the scenario for the first game, and who seems to understand what made it so great. 1up's...

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