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RPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 2015)  | Pub:ATLUS
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Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight

Etrian Odyssey 3 Untold: The Fafnir Knight is an expanded edition of fantasy RPG Etrian Odyssey 2: Heroes of Lagaard, featuring new graphics and improvements, as well as a completely new story mode. The story tells the tale of the Fafnir Knight with voiced dialogue and cutscenes. Players can play either the classic with new graphics or go through the new story in which the Fafnir Knight, a childhood friend of the Princess Arianna, is sworn to protect her many years after some events change the course of everything. Players will discover just who the Fafnir Knight is and his true origins. Fafnir is a completely new class to the series and not available in classic mode.

  • Better Looking, New Story | Classic mode is an upgraded version of the original Etrian Odyssey 2 with better graphics and system improvements. The new story, The Fafnir Knight, is a new story, complete with new characters and cutscenes.
  • Exclusive New Class | The game's story mode is all new and features the brand new to the series, exclusive, Fafnir class, which can transform himself into a demonic form and gain benefits in battle.
  • Knowing Your Strengths | Multiple difficulty modes, including "picnic" (easy), normal, and Expert for those craving extra punishing gameplay.

Bringing Back Old School Charm with a New School Look

Bringing Back Old School Charm with a New School Look - Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight News

Cartographers rejoice! This is a game series made for you and those of your ilk. Remember the days when you would play a RPG and it didn't have an automapping feature? Or better yet, when it didn't have the compass and map constantly displayed in at least one of the corners of your screen? You would have to get the square graph paper and a pencil to map where you had been so you would not become lost.

Posted Aug 06, 2015 by Suzie Ford