Etrian Odyssey IV Out Now With Launch Trailer and QR Goodies

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

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Today begins a new day for adventurers, as Atlus USA’s Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan launches for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo eShop. The first lucky customers to purchase this game can claim soundtracks and art collections packaged in first-run physical copies. You can watch the launch trailer below to get a glimpse of the visually stunning dungeon-crawling RPG:

You can also find a lengthy demo of Etrian Odyssey IV: Legend of the Titan at the Nintendo eShop to get a taste of the game yourself, prepping you up for the challenges ahead.

Dungeon crawling your way to victory!

Dungeon crawling your way to victory!

RPGamer shared in its news bulletin today that it will be giving away two exclusive quests through QR codes. You can find the exclusive codes HERE at the RPGamer website.

The QR Codes include quests that require completing in-game requirements prior to taking on these QR Code challenges. The first code brings up “Frog Hunt”, which requires unlocking the Cloudy Stronghold, before players can take it on. The second code is “Valley Spring Hunt”, which requires the accessibility of Lush Woodlands to be attempted.

Atlus USA’s Etrian Odyssey IV: Legend of the Titan is available at retail and Nintendo eShop in the US for $39.99. The European version is slated to release later this spring courtesy of Nintendo of Europe, and you can read more about it HERE.

You can order the game today on Amazon HERE.

Thanks David Fernandes for sharing the article!

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  • I’m about to go out and pick the game up if any local gamestops have it. I am hearing from a lot of people that it didn’t ship with a physical manual. Anyone know if this was intentional?

    • Pyrotek85

      Mine didn’t have one, and as far as I’ve read it’s intentional since everyone else doesn’t seem to have one. Not really happy about it, but I guess I’m just used to having it more than anything else.

    • smacd

      It didn’t come with a manual, but there is an Art book and Music disc with it. Close enough I guess. While I’m disappointed that there is no manual… do we really need them anymore?

  • There’s another exclusive QR code for a quest over at RPGFan. Atlus is expected to continue posting more QR codes for exclusive content (quests, gear, etc.) on their facebook and twitter pages.

    http://www.rpgfan.com/news/2013/1130.html