Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl

Console Nintendo 3DS
Publisher Atlus
Genre Other
Region EU , JP , US
Views 6,922
Downloads 5,334
Released 27th Jun 2013 (JPN)
1st Oct 2013 (USA)
2nd May 2014 (UK/EU)
File size 648.78 M
3.2/5 (5 votes)
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Get ready, adventurers, because we’re embarking on a quest unlike any other! This time, the narrative revolves around a young girl who’s been in a deep freeze for a millennium and happens to have dementia. Yep, you heard that right. But it’s not just about thawing her out; this game stays true to its roots with traditional gameplay elements. You’ll guide a team of heroes through an array of locales, battling a legion of foes and unraveling the enigma that is our icy damsel. Did I mention you’ll do all this in turns while playing with the nifty Grimoire Stone system? No? Well, keep reading.


Let’s splash into the comforting pool of turn-based combat, shall we? If meticulously plotting your next move is your jam, you’re in for a treat! “Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl” takes each sword swing, spell, and item used, making it a tactical marvel. From simple sword thrusts to complex bits, you can choose from an array of actions. And it’s not just hack-and-slash; it’s like piecing together a puzzle while your enemies conveniently wait their turn. Ah, the sheer drama of watching the clock tick down to your moment of glory!


Oh, you thought you’d be flexing just your skills? Guess again, Sherlock. This game introduces the remarkable Grimoire Stone system, which allows you to swipe from your bag of tricks and hijack your enemies’ abilities! Picture redirecting a dragon’s scorching flame back at it or adopting a goblin’s shield to defend your band of heroes. It’s akin to nabbing Grandma’s secret cookie recipe and tossing some chocolate chips for flair. This twist elevates the strategy quotient, making each fight more of a chess match than a button mash.


Boredom won’t be tagging along in this adventure. You and your team will traverse a range of visually stunning settings. From dark, eerie dungeons to lush forests, the locations serve as more than just eye candy. They’re rife with clues that illuminate the enigmatic girl’s past. Even if you’ve got the attention span of a goldfish, these changing environments will keep you engrossed.


What’s an epic quest without an array of foes itching to turn you into adventurer stew? With many enemies to fight, you’ll engage in a cycle of battling, learning, and more battling. Each skirmish teaches you more about maximizing your characters’ skills and the best times to use that Grimoire Stone you’ve been hoarding like it’s a golden ticket. So yeah, you’ll be fighting, but you’ll also be doing your homework—fun homework that doesn’t involve algebra!


Last, we reach the focal point of the whole shebang—the young lady who’s been on ice for a thousand years. As you enter the game, her story will gradually unfold. It’s a narrative blends seamlessly with exploration and combat, creating a rich tapestry that engages your thumbs and heartstrings. And let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to learn the history of someone frozen longer than your leftover pizza?

So there you have it, a glimpse into the epic adventure “Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl” for the 3DS. It’s a blend of the classic and the new, sprinkled with layers of strategy and storytelling, making it a must-try for any genre fan. Buckle up because this is one journey you won’t want to miss!

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