Atlus has released a new teaser trailer for their upcoming retro RPG tribute; Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan for the 3DS, along with the teaser are some screenshots and the game’s box art, you can watch the trailer below followed by the screenshots and the synopsis.
Synopsis and Features
For centuries, the tree Yggdrasil has been a constant presence in the
lives of the people of Tharsis. It looms on the horizon, visible from everywhere in the
But its roots are in a far-off land where no one has ventured until the
Outland Count of Tharsis sponsors an Explorers Guild to reach Yggdrasil and
discover its secrets.
You are the latest explorer arriving in Tharsis to seek your fame
and fortune. Board your skyship and set out into the clouds in search of treasure,
glory, and the answer to Tharsis’ oldest mystery.
Celebrate the tradition of classic pen and paper role-playing games by
using the bottom touch screen to chart out your path, create maps, and identify the
dangers you have encountered.
A deep character creation and party customization
system encourages experimentation and rewards creativity and imagination.
Etrian Odyssey IV is packed with improvements and content including an enhanced graphics engine;
upgradeable and customizable skyships that let players travel and battle amid the clouds; an
exceedingly atmospheric and fully orchestrated musical score from Yuzo Koshiro;
expanded, more immersive 3D dungeons with analog camera control; and guild
card plus character trading functionality via StreetPass.
Screenshots and Extras Goodies
If you ever bought an Atlus title than you know most of their games come with some extra goodies, even if you didn’t pre-order and Etrian Odyssey is no different.
EO 4 will come with the typical extras Atlus is known for putting in the package; A CD soundtrack of the game and a small art book, filled with art, staff commentary and some exclusive sketches. You can see the game’s screenshots and boxart with the extras below.
Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan is set to release in North America February 26 2013 on the 3DS both physically in retails and digitally on the Nintendo eShop for $39.99, the game has been rated T for Teen by the ESRB.
For more on Etrian Odyssey visit the game’s site (at the time of writting the full website had a ‘coming soon’ notice) and stay right here with Omnigamer.