These days, more game companies are using Twitter to make important announcements. Case in point: Atlus and Natsume both recently tweeted announcements of game localizations. Atlus will be bringing Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City to North America, and Natsume will be localizing Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals, previously known as Estpolis: The Lands Cursed by the Gods.
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Atlus has just updated the Etrian Odyssey III: Visitor From Star Ocean website with a party building function, allowing players to prepare their groups in advance of the game’s release. At present the site is only in Japanese, though for the curious the builder is located here.
Etrian Odyssey III is slated for a Japanese release date of April 1. A US release has not been announced.
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Atlus has announced that the upcoming Etrian Odyssey III: Visitor From Star Ocean will not be released in Japan on March 4 as intended. Citing unspecified “various circumstances” for the delay, Atlus stated the revised release date is now April 1, giving IOSYS plenty of time to come up with another catchy flash video.
A US release has not yet been announced.
Atlus, apparently under the belief that not enough players have been randomly mauled by FOEs, has announced another installment in the Etrian Odyssey series. With the staff from previous entries all on board, Etrian Odyssey III looks to keep the series staples of venturing into labyrinths in search of things to kill, loot, or kill and then loot. Details are scarce so far, although the player will reportedly be able to explore the waters around the seaside town of Armolode by ship in addition to standard dungeon crawling.
The game is due for a March 4 launch in Japan, retailing at 6279 yen. No information exists regarding a US release.