Pre-Order Etrian Odyssey III For a Free Pass to the Forests Of Eternity

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Atlus returns to spoiling its faithful followers, today announcing an extra-special pre-order bonus for upcoming DS exploration RPG, Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City.

‘Forests Of Eternity’, a 60-page, full-color premium art book filled with sketches from the entire Etrian Odyssey series, is your prize for pre-ordering at participating retailers such as GameStop and Amazon, and man oh man is it pretty.

“From the sparking beauty of Armoroad and its broad azure horizon, to the haunting depths of the waters off its coast, Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City is a visual treat, offering explorers a world full of varied, colorful locales to discover,” stated Aram Jabbari, Manager of Public Relations and Sales at Atlus. “As such, the addition of a premium 60-page, full-color art book for fans who pre-order feels like the perfect complement. What makes ‘Forests Of Eternity’ even more appealing, however, is the fact that it boasts designs and sketches not just from The Drowned City, but from the first and second Etrian Odyssey games as well. It truly is the ultimate collectible for series fans.”

Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City is scheduled to release on September 21st. A digital preview copy of the ‘Forests Of Eternity’ art book is viewable here.

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