Meet The Character You Play As In Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl

By Ishaan . September 20, 2013 . 4:45pm

Atlus USA have shared two more trailers for Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl, featuring two of the game’s characters from Story mode—your main character, the Highlander, and Frederica, the mysterious girl on the game’s cover.




Etrian Odyssey Untold will be available October 1st in North America.

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  • CirnoLakes

    Frederica is so cute.

  • JohnNiles

    I’m hoping the amnesia bit is a ruse and she turns out to be the bad guy.

    • Already searching for the clichés? The game isn’t even out yet. :P

      • JohnNiles

        The cliches are already out. See: amnesia.

        • I said searching not what’s apparent.

  • DAT Bird From DAT Cage

    Looks like a game on a very tight budget. Will the new players in 2013 who venture into gaming enjoy this rigid and awkward 1st person mode and 1st person battle modes? The combination of the 2 modes just enhances its outdatedness. Hope it sells in the numbers it deserves to be sold.

    • M’iau M’iaut

      It’s a dungeon crawler and by now folks should be quite aware of how this game series looks. EO has enough of a fanbase to keep it coming here when other series are no longer brought over.

    • jugss

      There is a demo for both this game and EO IV on eshop.

    • Wow.

      There’s just all kinds of wrong in your comment; I don’t know where to begin. Most of what you rant about is being accessible. That does enhance it. What’s wrong with doing just that?

      By the by, the demo was sweet. It’ll get a sale from me. EO IV’s prior history certainly helped and EOU takes a step forward from EO IV in a lot of ways. Rather than run your mouth, play the demo first then try to debate your point past uninformed banter.

      • Enzo

        Oh, you’re very right about that. EOU helps explain the mapping function and stuff in a much better way than EO IV did. That’s just from playing the demo. Also, the story mode is such a nice addition. It feels quite compelling to play IMO with having a set direction of where you’re headed rather than kind of just jumping around with a rather vague story.

    • Shane Guidaboni

      You seem like someone that doesn’t follow the series. The fans of this series has mostly been established up to this point and the people that enjoy it will likely buy it. EOIV was able to grab a surprising amount of new fans when Atlus introduced the series to the Nintendo Eshop with a demo and a digital download.

      I find nothing particularly awkward about 1st person dungeon crawling or battles. 1st person battles have been a staple in jrpgs from their inception, so it fills a certain nostalgic niche with fans. However, 1st person exploration is a little harder to grab people with, but I personally enjoy it. The style of this game is deliberate and it knows its roots.

      I’m very much looking forward to this remake.

    • hngdmn

      “Hope it sells in the numbers it deserves to be sold”
      A lot?

      • DAT Bird From DAT Cage

        yeah, however you interpret its open

    • Suicunesol

      “Will the new players in 2013 who venture into gaming enjoy this rigid and awkward 1st person mode and 1st person battle modes?”

      Maybe you should try it and find out.

    • Nana

      Uh, you realize that this is a series with a big following?

      And that games with this perspective are getting rather popular? The new Might and Magic has a similar perspective, and all the recent Wizardrys have as well. There’s Legend of Grimrock, too.

      Quality gameplay is quality gameplay. Things don’t have to all be the same thing over and over.

  • Played through the demo here this past week.

    Holy balls is it a generous demo. I sunk HOURS into this thing before I hit the L10 cap it provides (actually I left a side quest out so I WOULDN’T hit it). This is easily the longest demo I’ve played from the eShop thus far.

    • Prieto_o101

      I agree man, it was so fun for me personally and plan to get it as soon as I can.

    • Enzo

      I’m not level 10 yet and I put in over 4 hours. Haha

    • notentirelythere

      I hit the L10 cap after defeating the 3rd floor F.O.E… I missed out on so much EXP. ;_;

      • I’m sure you had fun binding it so it didn’t outright kill you.

        But yea, that’s the rum of it…unless you’re there for parts which isn’t a bad thing.

        • notentirelythere

          I was surprised how easy it was to kill with bindings! What a neat system. I didn’t expect to take down any of the F.O.E.s! Do EO games usually have such an appreciable difficulty curve?

  • Alestaos

    I havent kept up with the series but is this the one out in EU now or it will be out soon? I Mean im still waiting on my Shin Megami IV EU game -_- Hate how the 3DS is region locked

    • InfectedAI

      I haven’t found a European release date. Also while a really old game Soul Hackers finally got en EU release.

    • You’re probably going to lag behind a few months. If you haven’t kept up with the series as you’ve said, though, EO IV is out over there and there’s a 3-play demo on the eShop if you want to take a look at it. I would at least start there to sate your tastes. While we got the game in February here, you got it in August so it might not be that long of a wait for you in terms of this next one.

  • KuroNathan

    maids maids maids maids maids maids maids :D

  • Michael Connell

    So anyone besides me wondering whether to name their MC Connor or Duncan?

  • Ban The Jackass

    I tried the demo and it’s really, really fun. I didn’t play EO4 so I couldn’t really compare this and the EO4 but long story short, if you liked EO and some RPG story telling, get this.

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