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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl
Atlus has released Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl in stores and online for 3DS. This makes the second Etrian Odyssey to come out this year, but instead of being a direct sequel, The Millennium Girl is a retelling of the first game in the series. Playable in two modes, Story and Classic, both styles feature the tweaks and online functionality introduced in EOIV, as well as new difficulty levels and completely redesigned dungeons. Story goes a step further and includes a pre-set cast that interacts with one another throughout their adventure, new cutscenes, and recorded dialog, offering an experience similar to more traditional role-playing games.
Atlus has announced the pre-order bonuses that are slated to launch with all pre-order and first-run copies of Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millenium Girl. The announced item set—titled Etrian Untold, Unseen, Unheard—consists of a seven-track music CD, featuring an exclusive live version of the opening theme, and a design book filled with comics, character art, and notes.
Atlus is revisiting their past this fall with Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl. The follow-up to the fantastic Etrian Odyssey IV is a remake of the first Etrian Odyssey, and will feature two modes that will offer both new and traditional play styles. An expanded story mode will delve deeper into the origins of the Yggdrasil Tree, with greater character interaction and cutscenes, while a classic mode will feature the mechanic improvements but retain the series’ traditional style. Both versions will feature the same updated mechanics (3D graphics, StreetPass support, etc.) introduced in EOIV.