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Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned ...
18 February 2011
Summary: If you've ever had any interest in building, assembling and using maps, then Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City is the perfect game for you. This Nintendo DS sequel has you taking extensive notes to solve two dozen difficult dungeons.
Summary: Are you the type of gamer who finds themselves increasingly turned off by the dumbing-down of modern role-playing games? Were you disappointed by easy accessibility of recent Final Fantasy and Fallout games? Do you wish today's crop of adventure games were more in line with what we saw in the 1980s?
NDS Review - 'Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City'
22 November 2010
Summary: The embodiment of adventure and discovery in the purest sense, Etrian Odyssey III transports gamers to a sparkling oceanic paradise filled with atmospheric dungeons to chart and survey, vast watery expanses to sail across, and rumors of a sunken city to investigate.
Conclusion: Even as a handheld title, Etrian III likewise shows off that the DS can be a very capable system in the hands of the right developers. Armoroad, the town that serves as the hub you’ll frequent between dungeon bouts, is gorgeous, at least from the little you actually see of it.
Review: Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City (Nintendo DS)
4 October 2010
Excerpt: I would call myself a fan of the dungeon crawling RPG genre without hesitation. I generally love the genre when the game is done well, and in the past few years, the DS has given me more than a few games to enjoy in the genre.
Excerpt: Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City basically has no plot, and that’s a good thing. Rather than trying to write a RPG story its hardcore fan base hasn’t seen before, Atlus simply delivers some great, old-fashioned dungeon-crawling.