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Submitted by Gekko 794d ago | video

Venture Into The Dungeon With Some New Etrian Odyssey IV Trailers

Atlus made a lot of dungeon RPG fans happy when they announced the localization of Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan. If you wanted to learn more about the game, however, Atlus has a special treat for you as they've released a picking of new trailers for you to enjoy.

Etrian Odyssey IV plays similarly to its predecessor with an tough, old-school dungeon RPG feel where one false move can sound defeat. New to this entry is the ability to see the infamous F.O.E. super enemies on the dungeon map and a new newbie-friendly mode which takes you back to the town when you die (instead of getting a game over) and gives you an item to whisk you out of the dungeon at any time. Also, you get to ride in a hot air balloon! (3DS, Etrian Odyssey IV)

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