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Atlus USA Announces Localization Of Etrian Odyssey IV
Not so much a surprise, but great to have a confirmation.
10.04.12 - 9:01 AM

Considering Atlus USA localized the previous three games in the series, today's announcement of Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan is far from a surprise. The first title in the series on the 3DS, Etrian Odyssey IV is also the introduction of 3D polygonal enemies and a new "Casual" mode for newcomers of the dungeon crawling genre.

"The Etrian Odyssey series is an enduring love letter to a bygone era, a time when the thrill of adventure; the rewards of imagination; and the satisfaction of true challenge could truly transport gamers to another world," said Aram Jabbari, Manager of Public Relations at Atlus USA. "While Legends of the Titan continues to be a bridge to that past, the series now enjoys its most technologically sophisticated foray yet. Enemies are rendered in 3D and practically pounce out of the Nintendo 3DS at the player. The areas to be explored and mapped have never been as intricately detailed and memorably vibrant. The wondrous music of Yuzo Koshiro is back, fully orchestrated and as epic as ever. At the risk of sounding oxymoronic, we're proud to bring our fans the newest, most exciting old school CRPG throwback yet!"

Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan is slated for release sometime in 2013.


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