Reviews and Problems with Etrian Odyssey III : The Drowned City
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3 June 2013
Summary: Why I never heard of this series before. A shame. After I found this series existence 6 months ago I just needed to play it, what a ride I am having. It is an old school type of game for what I heard but I never in life played a game like this so for me is "new" old school. I can't just reccomend this series enough. Buy the 3 of them for the DS and go to the 3DS and play all of them.
Summary: More of the same, it is. It's still lots of fun, and you couldn't do wrong with Etrian Odyssey III. It closes the trilogy on the DS, when no one expected that the fourth game would be released for the 3DS.
Summary: I've played the 1st and 2nd game, and have been looking for the 3rd for a long time, and after finally got my hand on the game, it was truly something worthy. With new classes and skills, the player can setup different kind of teams than the first 2 games. There are 2 main new feature inside the 3rd game, the sailing system and the sub class system.
Summary: This is a famous game, so i don't say about this game. My order was completed just one week! Also i save my money using this site. Shipping was safe, quick and reasonable. And this game very cool. Why do you hesitate order?
Summary: The first Etrian Odyssey presented a new sort of challenge to the young audience whom wasn't around to play PC-games like Wizardry and other dungeon-crawler RPG's of old. It quickly gathered a following of loyal fans, perhaps mainly because they could relate to the charming manga-style presented and being drawn to the often harsh and challenging gameplay. Then came its successor: EO2.
Summary: If you found Etrian Odyssey II to be a little bit too similar to the first game, Etrian Odyssey III will bring a smile to your face. Every class is new, with only a couple classes mimicking older ones. Sailing has been added, which gives you something to do outside of tackling the dungeon. FOEs give experience again, which makes the challenge of figuring out how to kill them extremely rewarding.
Summary: If you have played the first two chapters of this amazing series, you'll find Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City even more intriguing. New classes, a reviewed battle system, customizable equipment, awesome artworks and the possibility of taking different paths during the development of the main story. The possibility to travel the sea it's a very nice addition and a perfect way of taking a break from dungeon mapping. Totally worth buying.