Posts Tagged ‘Shin Megami Tensei (series)’

Shin Megami Tensei Will Hit North America This Summer

And to round out the Atlus news fiesta, Shin Megami Tensei IV will launch for North American 3DSs this summer at the price of $49.99.

Source: Gematsu

Mass Media 03/30/13

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Shin Megami Tensei IV Details Revealed

Care of Atlus are some new details about Shin Megami Tensei IV. In particular, the game will make use of StreetPass to provide a “Digital Devil Service”, a proprietary social network for players to compare their handiwork. Also, apart from the main quest, players may take on various side missions: some are special challenge quests (over a hundred of them, apparently) that can be completed at any time, while others are requests from in-game groups who try to establish their own monasteries.

Source: Gematsu

EU Version of SMT: Devil Survivor 2 Needs “Fan Support” to Release

With the 3DS remake of Devil Survivor to reach Europe by the end of March, publisher Ghostlight responded to inquiries about the sequel, Devil Survivor 2, which hit North America back in 2012. Apparently, a European verison of DS2 is complete and approved by Nintendo, but the company is reluctant to release it due to DS titles being phased out of retail. “Without going into too much detail, retail support for DS titles is understandably low at the moment making it difficult for us to release the title,” the publisher said.

They are currently exploring an online release through their own storefront, though this would require “your full support in making this release happen.” The extent of that support was not made clear at this time.

Source: Eurogamer

Devil Survivor Overclocked to Reach Europe in April

Title’s got the gist of it. The 3DS remake of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor will hit European retailers this April, to be priced at £34.99.

Source: Eurogamer

Devil Survivor 2 Redux Planned for 3DS

Amidst a sneak peek of the Devil Survivor 2 anime, it was revealed that the game will see a 3DS port subtitled Devil Survivor 2: Break Code. No release period was specified, though more details will be featured in the March 28 issue of Famitsu.

Source: Gematsu

Nintendo Announces Shin Megami Tense X Fire Emblem

Pokemon x Nobunaga’s Ambition now has a partner in unexpected game crossovers. Nintendo has just announced Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem for the Wii U. Naturally, this collaboration will bring both Nintendo and Atlus on board, though details are very sketchy at the moment. For the moment, this teaser trailer will have to suffice.

Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers Hits North America in Spring

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers will at last see a release in North America. The 3DS remake of the late 90s Saturn (later PlayStation) RPG launched in Japan back in August, and will hit US retailers sometime in spring. So sayeth the trailer released by Atlus, which you can see for yourself on YouTube.

Mass Media 12/08/12

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Shin Megami Tensei IV Details

Atlus has released a few tidbits regarding Shin Megami Tensei IV‘s world and story. You command the 18-year-old protagonist, a Samurai-in-training from the kingdom of East Mikado. A prophetic dream precedes your initiation, a process known as the Gauntlet Ceremony. Apparently this refers to an actual gauntlet issued to each Samurai, a magical device that aids each warrior in battling demons.

Among your typical ragtag band of heroes are: Watler, a brash young fellow that lacks for manners; Jonathan, the group’s softspoken peacemaker; Navarre, a proud young man that hates to lose; and Isabeau, the only female Samurai and strong-willed to boot. As previously mentioned, the game goes to various points in time, and apparently modern Tokyo lies in ruins following an assault by demons.

Source: Gematsu

Shin Megami Tensei 4 Detailed

More information regarding Shin Megami Tensei 4 has crept out, particularly regarding the game’s cast. Although the game appears to jump to several points in time, the party itself comes from the fictional country of East Mikado in 1492.

The silent, nameless main character is a recent inductee into a samurai order secretly sworn to fight demons. At present only two other characters were introduced: Isakal, a friend and big brother figure to the hero, and Hope, the samurai leader.

Source: Eurogamer

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Devil Summoner Soul Hackers Details

Amidst a new batch of screenshots, Atlus revealed further information about the upcoming 3DS remake of Devil Summoner. Of note are the following:

  • Players can switch between the original and new opening animations.
  • Loading times are cut down, framerate has improved, and command inputs have quicker response time.
  • Full voice acting can be toggled.
  • A new demon, Nemecchi, can be upgraded via Devil Souls, which are acquired from others through the street pass.
  • A trailer for Shin Megami Tensei IV will be included with Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers.

 

Source: Andriasang

Mass Media 06/25/12

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Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers to Include Shin Megami Tensei 4 Trailer

In an article  in this month’s Famitsu, it was revealed that the first trailer for Shin Megami Tensei 4 will be packaged with the upcoming Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers, which currently has a Japanese release date of August 30th.

Source: Andriasang

Persona 4 Arena Sees DLC, Dual Language, and a Trailer

The folks at Atlus have been cranking out updates for us on the subject of Persona 4 Arena. For a start, it has been confirmed on Atlus’s official Twitter feed that the game would have a dual audio option, allowing players to choose between English or Japanese voice tracks. There’s also a super fancy trailer over at their YouTube feed, which features a rundown of a few of the available characters and some snippets of English voice work.

And finally, over at Andriasang we have the news that Persona 4 Arena will have both paid DLC and content that can be unlocked in the normal course of gameplay. Some examples given were: alternate character colors, different glasses, and new things for the announcer to shout at the beginning of a round. Unfortunately, it wasn’t made clear which of these elements were DLC and which were unlockables.

Shin Megami Tensei 4 Confirmed for 3DS

Via Famitsu, Atlus has dropped the news that Shin Megami Tensei IV has begun development for the 3DS. Little is currently known about the title, but Atlus intends to open the game’s official site starting tomorrow.

Source: Andriasang