By Ishaan . September 12, 2011 . 10:00am
Earlier in the week, we reported new Famitsu magazine details on Tri-Ace’s dungeon RPG, Beyond the Labyrinth for the 3DS. Now, Famitsu.com have put up a post with the same information, and a batch of new screenshots.
As reported earlier, Beyond the Labyrinth’s main character is you, the player. The girl is a guide of sorts and follows you around. The game also has battles, which Konami are keeping under wraps for now. What we do know is that battles involve a four-man party. Below is a screenshot of what a battle looks like:
And finally, here’s a screen of one of the sections of the labyrinth itself, which you’ll be navigating from a first-person view like most dungeon RPGs. Unlike some other dungeon RPGs, Beyond the Labyrinth has an auto-mapping feature. You can find more screens over at Famitsu.com: