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Etrian Odyssey 2 (Import Américain)
- Version Américaine compatible avec toutes les consoles DS, DS Lite, DSI, DSI XL & 3DS Françaises !!!
- Jeu en langue Anglaise.
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- Plate-forme: Nintendo DS
- Classification PEGI : Inconnu
- Support : Jeu vidéo
- Quantité pour l'article : 1
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Journey to a floating castle in this dungeon RPG Sequel. In the Grand Duchy of High Lagaard, it is said that the Duke is descended from inhabitants of a castle in the sky. When an unforeseen crisis befalls the nation, it is decreed that the first explorer to retrieve the Grail of Kings from that mythical floating palace will be rewarded with wealth and fame beyond imagining. Enter the central city of Lagaard and begin your journey to the clouds! Etrian Odyssey II boasts an all-star development team, led by director Shigeo Komori. Composer Yuzo Koshiro returns as well, in addition to character designer Yuji Himukai and monster designer Shin Nagasawa, who both worked on the original Etrian Odyssey.
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Le premier opus étant déjà très bon, Atlus se devait de nous offrir une suite digne de ce nom.
C'est chose faite.
On retrouve ce qui a fait la gloire du premier opus (la carte, un scénario bien ficelé, une difficulté très ardue dès le départ du jeu, ...)
On peut cependant noter de nouvelles améliorations qui rendent l'expérience du jeu encore meilleure, avec en tête les nouvelles classes : Bêtes, Gunner et un nouveau mage de guerre.
Le scénario tient la route, avec un bon degré de difficultés et toujours les mêmes éléments qui ont fait d'Etrian Odyssey une référence des tactical RPG.
Une durée de vie toujours aussi incroyable, et pour ceux qui voudraient finir le jeu le plus rapidement possible, n'y pensez même pas ... :)
A recommander aux connaisseurs encore une fois, mais je le déconseille toujours pour les novices et les jeunes joueurs en raison de sa grosse difficulté.
De plus, cette version intégralement en anglais pourrait rebouter ceux qui sont allergiques à l'anglais.
Mais malheureusement, n'ayant pas été édité en Europe, EO II n'est disponible que via l'import américain.
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Coming from a backward direction, there were a number of things about this game that I really enjoyed a lot less than its successors, namely:
= No experience for killing FOEs with the exception of the stratum bosses. That was a massive disappointment that left me deeply unsatisfied. There was nothing like running around every few days in EO3 to level up characters by slaughtering the FOEs through all the previous levels.
= Too much reliance on investing skill points in boosting primary stats instead of focusing on special abilities. In EO3, I didn't even realize that you COULD invest skill points in primary stats (as they appear in a separate tab) until my characters were around level 50, and by that point, it seemed completely unnecessary and I was glad I didn't spend any points doing so.
= The touch screen mapping is far less accurate than in the later games and requires a much greater level of precision.
= Combat is very slow, even on the fastest settings, unless you set to auto-combat.
Overall, the story is just as enjoyable as the later games, but the aforementioned shortcomings took away quite a bit from the gameplay for me. Ultimately, since there's a remake of this game coming out soon (EO2 Untold: The Knight of Fafnir), I'd recommend waiting for that to be released if you're thinking of buying this game, as all the shortcomings I listed will likely be addressed in that game.
That said, by golly, there is no more authentic RPG on any platform. Lots of stats, lots of reloading after your whole party was wiped out, lots of items, lots of monsters (many of them willing and able to kick your sweet patootie). And just in case you thought it might be a little too forgiving, you make your own maps here. I mean it, it's not an option, it is how you do it. Keh. Bwahahaha.
This is for the few, the proud, the nerdy, the un-math-challenged, and the very, very, patient.
I love it.
PS: Wait a sec. I'm trying to get over certain materialistic tendancies, so let me amend.
I *love* my wife.
I *like* this game.
A lot. I do. <sigh>
So if you need a great game for a gamer or someone who just wants a challenge this is it. The rating is E 10+ I have seen nothing offensive yet. I am quite conservitive and so far it is alright.
I think any adult who like fantasy stories/games will enjoy this challenge. To me it's on the level of MYST which I also have not mastered.
Drew your map wrong? That's a serious possibility and may cause much frustration, make sure to draw your maps carefully and completely, or risk dying or being forever stuck until you backtrack over your entire floor(s).
Difficulty of bosses on Etrian Odyssey II on a scale from 1-10, most are near 8-9 and maybe 10. Etrian Odyssey doesn't joke around with bosses too often.
Difficulty of random battles on Etrian Odyssey II on a scale from 1-10 in an unexplored region can range from 3-9 but generally tends to be towards 7.
Difficulty of the side quests available at the bar can range on a similar scale anywhere from 2-10. Some quests seem somewhat ridiculous at times, however most are unneccessary to continue with the main game.
In comparison with the next title, this game is slightly less intuitive when it comes to selling items, and drawing maps. You may never use some of the icons, while some other icons will need to be replaced with time. Some icons are very non-descript forcing you to use notes, which are tedious to make, but very possible.
In comparison to the previous title, this game allows for side-movement (strafing) using the L and R buttons previously unavailable. This game has much improved menu navigation especially when buying items and when viewing characters. You are also allowed to switch between characters using L and R while giving skill points which was also previously unavailable.
If you are looking for a long title, this one may be the best. I can say from experience that Etrian Odyssey III seems to be easier and shorter to beat than both of its predecessors.
What makes Etrian Odyssey so hard? How many characters can be on your team? Is this game beyond my range of possibility?
Etrian Odyssey is hard because the designers did a fair amount of work making sure that the enemies stay one step ahead of you at all times. From the time that you start, to the time you are hours into the game, death will lurk around every corner and only the cautious and well-prepared will be able to dodge "death's glance". FOE which stands for a word that stands for something no one would probably understands, means field on enemy, as far as I know. These FOE's will mean disaster for a party unless you are well-prepared and much stronger than the beast. They will show up as flame-like balls and you are equipped with an indicator to tell you when one is nearby.
In Etrian Odyssey you can have up to 5 characters on your team. Sound great? Well, keep in mind that the designers planned it that way as well, the difficulty will certainly not decrease if you have 5, but will certainly increase if you think you can handle it with only 4 or less.
It all depends. Are you a huge fan of standardized RPG's with little story? This game will test almost everything you can come up with and more. There will be characters that will be kicked from your main team, sub-teams should and probably will be created, re-leveling will be done with characters who are given skill points in ineffective areas and most importantly, there is a level cap at 70, and at that point it will be near impossible to beat the game. But wait! The level cap can be broken, a level at a time when you "retire" your character which halves their current level and gives specific non-accumulative stat point increases and skill point increases.
In other words, if you are level 30 (lowest possible level to retire) after retirement you will be level 15 and can now get up to level 71. If you make it to 30 again, you will again drop to level 15 and be able to make it up to level 72. This process must be repeated 29 times with each character in order to reach level 99, which probably isn't necessary to beat the game. Level 90 would be a safe bet. This process is no easy ordeal, in fact, this estimatedly would take 50-100 hours dependent upon the strategy to complete. Beyond this, the chance that this game can be beaten without retirement is very low, dependent upon your skill level. It may be possible to beat the game at level 70, but it is certainly not a challenge the average, or even slightly advanced gamer would take on in his spare time.
What I suggest is playing this game until satisfaction with your progress, unless you have the motivation and time, (or bored friends) that would allow you to do the grinding for experience that this game requires. Welcome to the near-endless labyrinth of Etrian Odyssey II, my friend. May your adventure last a lifetime, and your experience help you with organization, determination, perseverance, thought, and careful consideration because your next step, could be your last. . .
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