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Jeremy Harnage
Early Details on Etrian Odyssey 2 3DS Remake
A princess, a ceremony, and a strange transformation? This remake is already shaping up nicely!
08.08.14 - 8:57 PM

Etrian Odyssey II Untold: The Knight of Fafnir already has some NEW screenshots and minor plot points to get fans excited. Via a recent online preview from Famitsu, we've learned that the remake will once again be featured in High Lagaard.

Focusing on the princess of the Duchy of Caledonia, Arianna, the game will start off mid-journey, as the protagonist and Arianna are on the way Ginnunga. Ginnunga, known for the ruins that make up the area, is home to a ceremony that can only occur once every thousand years.

Upon arriving in Ginnunga, the protagonist's body transforms. This transformation involves his eyes changing colors, horns growing out of his head and his body becoming solid and rock-like. With no current explanation as to why, the game moves forward in search of answers.

Etrian Odyssey II Untold: The Knight of Fafnir will release this fall in Japan for the Nintendo 3DS. No western announcement information has been released, but eventual localisation is likely. We'll be sure to keep you updated on more news as it becomes available!


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