Neoseeker : News : Break out the grid paper, Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan demo planned for February 7
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THM Jan 22, 13
Never heard of it!!!
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bluexy Jan 22, 13
THM I wouldn't have guessed you were a Pisces.
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DeathMonkey Jan 22, 13
This is just adding to my reasons to buy a 3DS
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GlancingReverse Jan 22, 13
The demo comes out so close to the release date of Fire Emblem, but I've been looking to try out Etrian Odyssey sometime so I might somehow manage to pull myself away long enough to play through it.
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SpOOK Feb 13, 13
So I've been engrossed with the demo the last few days, and must say, the level of detail here is impressive. The models and environments all look fantastic, not to mention, the 3D effects really improve draw distance, so it truly feels like traipsing through a 3D maze. Would have been nice if Atlus included some 3D effects though, like a couple leaves blowing by occasionally, or just wind in general. Battle animations for monsters have been cleaned up nicely, too. It should be noted too that the demo is super compressed, so the score and animations should be even higher quality in the final version. And yeah, the game's still *bleep*ing brutal toward new players. No really, these games can be quite tedious early on, especially if you aren't familiar with the dungeon crawler's fight or flight tact.

All in all, I've probably already sunk about four hours into the demo, and I'm still not bored yet. I definitely recommend it, even if dungeon crawlers aren't your preferred taste. Also, once you complete it, you can continue leveling up your characters (cap 10) and the game will create a save that can be transferred over to the full version later. Pretty sweet!
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Quixotic Feb 20, 13
Looks interesting, gonna download the demo later on tonight to see if I like it. I don't believe I've played a game from the dungeon crawler genre.
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SpOOK Feb 20, 13
The Etria series is without a doubt the best out now.
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