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Nintendo Direct: Phoenix Wright Demo, Etrian Odyssey Release
Plus a Bravely Default trailer, and Zelda info.
10.01.13 - 11:05 AM

Today's Nintendo Direct had lots of tidbits for RPG fans, covering the gamut from Phoenix Wright to Etrian Odyssey Untold.

First off, in case you hadn't already read our review, today marks the release of Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl for Nintendo 3DS. A remake of the original title, all of the first-run copies will contain a special box with a sample selection from the soundtrack.

Also out today is a demo for the upcoming Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies. While we're not sure what's involved with the demo, we're excited to get our hands on this upcoming adventure game.

Nintendo also pulled out a trailer for Bravely Default, available below. A European date of December 6th was confirmed, and this RPG will release next year in North America.



Last on the plate was some details on The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, including the fact that dungeon progression won't be as linear as previous games. Players will be able to rent items they might need for a future dungeon before they purchase them. Good news for those who might want to hit the hookshot dungeon first.

If you want to check out the Nintendo Direct in its entirety, you can see it below.





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