I really do not like it when a game gives me several party members or classes to choose from (I'm looking at you Suikoden series!) but when you ask me to choose my party for my figure collection, you're just asking for too much now. Just like how you had to make a choice in Atlus' RPG Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City, Chara-Ani wants you to make a choice on which Toy'sworks Collection Niitengo Premium figure set you will be going with.
The two new figure sets that are available for pre-order come with three figures each, all standing at about 62 mm tall. You can choose to go with the Armoroad Party that includes the Shinobi, Princess, and Pirate or you can choose to go with the Deep City Party consisting of the Monk, Zodiac, and Farmer. Though the figures included with the Deep City Party are cute in design, I feel the Armoroad Party come with the far more interesting figures for design, poses, and the general classes they are of.
Both of Chara-Ani's Toy'sworks Collection Niitengo Premium Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City party sets are retailing for 3,791 each and will be released in March, 2013. Which path will you choose or will you choose the path of neither and save yourself a few bucks?
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