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Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City / Game

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  • Plate-forme:   Nintendo DS
  • Classification PEGI : Inconnu
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  • Expédition : cet article peut être expédié uniquement dans l'U.E. et les pays suivants.
  • ASIN: B003S55EX2
  • Dimensions du produit: 14,8 x 12,5 x 1,6 cm ; 113 g
  • Date de parution : 21 septembre 2010
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Par serge le 14 octobre 2010
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J'ai beaucoup aimé le premier en français, raté le second à force d'attendre sa sortie en France:-( alors j'ai sauté sur l'import dès sa sortie pour le troisième. Un systéme de jeu très original en dessinant la carte soi même de chaque niveau du labyrinthe. Un jeu difficile où il faut de la patience et du temps pour créer son équipe idéale, des choix à faire pour distribuer les points de compétences, des "boss" très fort.
Un jeu prenant très stratégique. Un vrai challenge.
L'anglais est abordable même pour les quêtes annexes. Je conseille ce jeu.
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/!\ Ce 3e opus est uniquement en anglais /!\

Une suite très prenante, Atlus a repris ce qui faisait la grandeur des précédents opus (carte, labyrinthe, intrigue, ...) et a apporté des modifications non négligeables, comme par exemple de nouvelles classes très intéressantes dont la façon de jouer dépendra des choix du joueur.
Ainsi, chaque classe sera jouée différemment en fonction du joueur et des choix qu'il a fait pour monter ses personnages.
Un jeu pour les connaisseurs, car le niveau de difficulté atteint toujours des sommets.

A recommander vivement !!!
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Un excellent jrpg dungeon crawler avec un système de skills et de classe très intéressant. Beaucoup de contenu et des musiques mémorables.
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HASH(0xa3be4930) étoiles sur 5 Great RPG for fans of the series and anyone who's hardcore! 9 octobre 2010
Par T. Rezabek - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you're already familiar with the Etrian Odyssey series and fan of the first two entries, stop reading now. This is the best entry in the series by far, and you should go out and buy this immediately.

For those who are new to this series or genre, it'll take a little thought on your part to determine if this is a game you'll enjoy. If you're the right kind of gamer for this game, however, I can just about guarantee that you'll absolutely LOVE this game.

Etrian Odyssey III is primarily a first person dungeon crawling RPG. It's got a bare-bones story that pushes you to create your own plots and stories as you play. The story overall is pretty involved and you'll meet a lot of interesting characters, but all the characters that you play are entirely of your own creation (from name to job to portait). To maximize the storytelling potential of this game, I highly recommend you take the time to create (and maybe even write down) stories for your guild and guild members.

Where EO3 really shines, however, is the gameplay. Character customization is the deepest in the series, and some of the best in the genre. You can create up to 30 different characters, and take a party of up to 5 with you into the dungeon. EO3 replaces the old classes from the first two entries in the series with 10 completely new classes. These classes are very unique and most are completely original (and not just a carbon copy of an old EO class). Within this class, you'll be spending skill points (you earn one with each level-up) to obtain both passive skills and skills you use as commands in battle. You can choose your character's name, gender, class, portrait (including 2 color schemes for each portrait), equipment, skills, and later in the game, a subclass. That's right, for the first time in the series, you'll be able to select a subclass and get most of the skills from class in combination with skills from your character's primary class. It adds a whole new level to customization and experimentation.

Exploring the labyrinth is simple enough thanks to fantastic controls (including the ability to slide sideways without changing direction with the L or R shoulder buttons). As you explore, you'll be drawing your own map on the touch screen. New to this entry is also the ability to draw a path of arrows on your map, which you can use for auto-walking. As you explore the labyrinth, you'll encounter enemies. Although they're technically random encounters, there is a gauge which changes color, so you'll rarely be surprised by battle. Battles are standard turn-based affairs, but tend to be very challenging and require a lot of strategy to win. You'll obtain items to sell and experience from battle, all of which are important to powering up your guild members as you progress through the Yggdrasil labyrinth. And of course FOEs (powerful boss-like monsters which roam the labyrinth) also return, and are back to giving out experience. Side quests are also available in the city of Armoroad, which are great for giving you something else to do besides exploring and mapping.

And if you need some fresh air, EO3 introduces sailing! Similar to exploring the labyrinth, you can now sail a ship on the open seas. You'll still be mapping them, but you won't be fighting any enemies while you sail. It's still challenging and requires some strategy, and you'll unlock quests which pit you against more challenging monsters (with valuable rewards, of course). Inver Port is also home to the another new element in the series--multiplayer elements. You can tackle tough battles with friends using local wireless, go into a "tag mode" where you can meet other guilds, or trade items with fellow explorers. The only issue here is that it's a very minor component, and can only be used locally (and not online). If you've got friends with the game, however, it's a great feature, if not a bit underwhelming.

EO3 continues tradition with presentation. Most of the game's graphics consist of gorgeous 2D art (the maritime theme really leads to some stunningly beautiful areas) and very detailed character portraits. The labyrinth and seafaring feature 3D graphics, all of which are perfectly functional if not attractive. You'll encounter some absolutely beautiful areas in the labyrinth, and I personally found them to be a bit more varied and interesting to look at in general. Battle animations are a bit more varied, and of course the monster designs are all fantastic and detailed. There's no voice acting in the game, but the sound effects are sufficient. And of course, the music is absolutely fantastic. It's got a retro sound to it, but the melodies are all excellent. If you enjoy the music in the game, I highly recommend listening to tracks from the Super Arrange soundtrack album, which feature these melodies played with actual instruments.

If all of this sounds interesting and fun to you, go get the game, because I'm sure you'll love it. If you're still not sure, I still recommend trying it out. It's very challenging and the presentation is attractive-but-simple, but it's a very deep and customizable RPG experience that will literally last you for hours. There's also a new game+ feature, which allows you to keep replaying the game with all your maps, items, and guild members, which means you can easily experiment with different parties, classes, and skill builds. Basically, if you enjoy RPGs and don't mind a challenge and lighter story, GET THIS GAME!

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STORY: Sufficient but barebones; this game is more about creating your own story.
GAMEPLAY: Fairly simple overall, but a lot of customization options. You explore dungeons/the ocean and map these areas yourself. Battles are standard turn-based encounters, but very challenging.
PRESENTATION: Again, simple, but still very attractive. Music is fantastic, major high point of the game.
LONGEVITY: This game takes a long time to finish, and the gameplay is customizable enough that it's worth playing through multiple times.

BUY IT: If you like RPGs focused on exploration, character customization, and tough battles.
DON'T BUY IT: If you're looking for an involved story, high-end presentation/graphics, or forgiving difficulty.
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HASH(0xa0f47f54) étoiles sur 5 Part III, improved 28 septembre 2010
Par T. Hof - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Etrian Odyssey III continues the dungeon crawl that began this series, and where the second game didn't add much variation, this time they have added some features to change it up a bit. The graphics and sound remain on par with the first two games (if you haven't played them, try to get your hands on them), and the game play remains the same (enter dungeon, slay monsters, draw map while exploring, take bounty from victories back to store to earn money and buy better weapons/armor), but they have added a second quest where you go asea to explore the area around the dungeon site city, and they have added a few new character types (add a princess to your party!) to bring some more variety into the game. If you like your game to go from A to B, this one isn't for you, as you will be doing huge amounts of retreading through the dungeons to level up enough to survive the night. They have added "camping spots" this time, so you don't have to continually head to the city, and there seem to be more secret paths so you can zoom between levels more directly.
I am really enjoying this, in a time-wasting way, and should get many, many hours of play out of the game.
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HASH(0xa07ed5f4) étoiles sur 5 Great game! 7 octobre 2010
Par M. Long - Publié sur Amazon.com
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First let me just say that I haven't played Etrian Odyssey I/II, but I've heard that III is an improvement.
The art book is also nice and feels rather high quality.

Anyway, on to the game review:

I just got the game earlier today and I don't want to stop playing it. You start off by creating a Guild and adding/creating members (30 maximum) from a total of 10 classes and 8 appearances for each class. I've heard that you can even dual class later on in the game, but I haven't gotten that far yet. There's basically two ways to level up, earn gold, and find items: Labyrinth and exploring the sea. The Labyrinth is basically a dungeon crawler similar to Strange Journey, but there are quite a few interesting additions. My favorite additions are the item system and the FOE. The item system is pretty unique/fun because you can sell monster parts and materials to the shop to unlock new equipment for purchase/crafting. You can also upgrade equipment by adding bonus effects to free enhancement slots in a similar manner. I suppose it's time to talk about the dreaded FOEs...

...FOEs are basically Elite enemies that walk around dungeons and will try to hunt you down. Generally, you don't want to fight them because they're INCREDIBLY powerful, but there's some serious experience and unique materials involved if you manage to defeat one. As of this review I just managed to defeat my first FOE after around 4 failed attempts and crafted a really powerful Lance using the materials it dropped. I honestly can't wait to find another one to test my new weapon out on. lol

Last but not least is the exploration mode. You basically get your own ship and can sail the open seas in search of treasure, bosses, and new areas. I think the most interesting part of this mode is that you unlock new Sea Quests by discovering new locations. These quests are pretty fun and usually pair you up with NPCs to take on a powerful boss or multiple waves of enemies and can be played with friends using local wireless multiplayer. I also got a few unique equips that the NPCs were using for completing the quests.

Anyway, that's about all I know at this time. I'm sure there's a lot more to this game, but I've only played for around 6 hours and couldn't resist writing a review. The short and simple: this game is definitely worth buying and I can't wait for my DS to finish charging so I can continue playing.
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HASH(0xa0ac1258) étoiles sur 5 Looking for a challenge? 27 février 2011
Par Kent Devillafranca - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Etrian Odyssey 3 is yet another game in the Etrian Odyssey series, and they've done nothing but improve with each iteration. The most notable improvements from the previous game involve the FOEs. They're a lot more sensible, and more like the first Etrian Odyssey than the second. While in Etrian Odyssey 2, the normal FOEs were almost impossible to defeat until you had leveled enough to reach the next two or three floors, and you'd want to wait until the next STRATUM before you went back to face a red FOE. Now it's at least possible to beat a normal FOE the first time you see it (...if you have a massive number of items to help you) and red FOEs can normally be taken down without too much extra leveling. They also give you experience again, which is a plus.

The difficulty overall seems to have been scaled back just a touch. That's a good thing, because in Etrian Odyssey 2 it felt like the developers had a personal grudge against you. It's still very hard and challenging, but it doesn't feel cheap. Except against certain FOEs, and then you're at least expecting it when they whip out some massive party-devastating skill.

Additionally, there's the sailing you can do. It's a great way to get some extra money, and blow off some steam if your party just got destroyed by the Labyrinth.

Another thing I like is that the developers have been incorporating more of a plot into each successive game. This one apparently has three different endings (and the requisite "New Game+" option that comes with multiple endings).

I've only just beaten the second stratum, but already this game has shown itself to be a definite improvement on the previous games. If you liked the previous games, you'll really like this one, as will anyone unfamiliar to the series but looking for a challenge.
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HASH(0xa09ae5f4) étoiles sur 5 Dyed in the Wool Difficult 10 novembre 2010
Par Trevor Fraser - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Jeu vidéo
The third game in a series of difficult RPGs, this game's reputation was enough to grab my attention. The game is very difficult, with plenty of monsters that can kill your entire party in one turn, and even more bosses that require specific knowledge or an uncanny grasp of skills and stratagems. If you find yourself looking for a portable version of a tough game like Demon's Souls Greatest Hits, then you've come to the right place. It almost goes without saying that this is not a game for Role-Playing Game novices, nor for those who are more interested in casual fun than challenging, (often repetitive) dungeon battles. The music is adequate, if forgettable, and as said, some parts of the game can be rather repetitious. (Although, to be fair, there are both auto-walk and auto-battle functions to mitigate some of the tedium.)

Those who can endure the crucible--or who, like me, enjoy it--will find a deep almost perfect strategy RPG. Dungeon floors start with no in-game map, but can (and should) be mapped by hand. Your maps will either help you...or not. The map making system is robust, and monsters, items, weapons and the like are both varied and interesting. This helps to overcome the fact that most of the game will spent "spelunking" in a seemingly never-ending labyrinth.

However, party customization is where the "cerebral" part of this game really starts to shine. The five person party you take with you to explore this maze can be composed of men and women with 10 different starting classes (2 more are unlocked upon completion of the game.) Like most everything else in the game, their abilities, strengths, and weaknesses all contribute to how you traverse dangers, and in general, your battle strategy. Similar to Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen, certain classes can evolve, and a sub-class can eventually be unlocked. Customization runs deep, yet if you make mistakes in your characters' specifications, you reset their "skill points" for a nominal cost.

Overall I found this game to be challenging, but deeply satisfying. In sum, if you like strategy games like Ogre Battle or Final Fantasy, and/or if you like Diablo 2 or Demon's Souls, you should definitely give this game a try.
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