Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl Review | GIZORAMA

GIZORAMA - To the untrained eye, the many flavors of role-playing games might look the same. Since the genre’s inception, role-playing games have featured a strong emphasis on character building, inventory management, and more often than not take place in a fantasy setting. Once you start to look closer, though, the differences appear: some feature a more action-focused approach to loot gathering such as Diablo, others have more cinematic and story-based aspirations like Mass Effect or the more recent Final Fantasy titles. One subset of the RPG that has always carried with it something of a cult following is the first-person dungeon crawler, ranging all the way back from Ultima Underworld (which can lay claim to being one of the earliest games from a first-person perspective, period) to more recent examples like Legend of Grimrock. The Japanese-made Etrian Odyssey series, adds their own spin to the formula, and the new Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl.

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