Etrian Odyssey IV Australia Bound Thanks to NIS America

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Australian Etrian Odyssey fans hoping for word of a domestic release for Etrian Odyssey IV have to wait no more!

An Australian Classification Board rating for Etrian Odyssey IV has surfaced, listing NIS America as the publisher. It is rated PG for mild violence and very mild language.

Etrian Odyssey IV Australian Classification Board

Etrian Odyssey IV was released on February 26th in North America, courtesy of developer ATLUS’ North American branch. It is currently slated for a spring 2013 release in Europe and will be published by Nintendo of Europe. An Australian release date has yet to be announced, but I don’t imagine it will be too long after the European release.

Despite its name, NIS America often publishes the titles it releases in both North America and Europe. Occasionally (as in this case), they also localize titles that are released by other publishers in North America for European or Australian release.

If you live in Europe or Australia, are you planning on picking up Etrian Odyssey IV when it comes out? For those in North America, do you already have it?


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