A few days ago we posted about the music-loaded special edition Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux is getting in Japan. Now Atlus is here with a second full trailer for the Nintendo 3DS remake, which is coming to Japan on October 26 and the west in early 2018.
In addition to a standard version, the Japanese release of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux will be available in a hefty Shin Megami Tensei 25th Anniversary Memorial Special Box edition, which packs the 3DS game with a handful of extras. Here's a closer look at what ¥16,800 ($148) gets you when Strange Journey Redux hits Japan on October 26. Read on for more.
A few days ago Atlus announced Shin Megami Tensei: Deep Strange Journey, which takes 2009 DS entry Strange Journey and remakes it for Nintendo 3DS. The new version is due out in Japan this fall, and Famitsu shared the first screens in a recent online preview.
It's a week until the April 4th western release of Persona 5. In the meantime, sales have launched for a figure of one of the Shin Megami Tensei series' notable demons. FREEing, makers of large figures, such as the 1/4 scale bunny girl series, are going big again for a non-scale disturbingly phallic Demon Lord Mara. This guy is 40cm with a price to match (about $415).
It's finally here (in like a week)! After several heartbreaking delays, Atlus' Persona 5 is finally upon us! From Shujin High to the Metaverse and back, through ferocious turn-based battles and intense Social Link situations, hit the jump to check out our full review of the long-awaited Persona 5!
Just the other day we posted about the 25th anniversary teaser site that Atlus opened for the Shin Megami Tensei series, hinting at the next project. Well, the project popped up sooner than we expected in the form of a video teaser during the Nintendo Switch presentation. Hit the jump to watch.
What's next for the Shin Megami Tensei franchise? Hopefully we'll know soon, because Atlus launched a special 25th anniversary website and renewed the official Twitter for the occasion. According to their tweet, the "25th anniversary project has begun," and they want us all to look forward to future updates. Read on for more.
What happens when your QA testers are too good at the game they're testing? They end up missing slips in the localization, apparently, which is what happened to Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. While it's not a huge deal and only a fraction of players will encounter it, some untranslated Japanese text was unintentionally kept in the English build of the RPG. Read on for the full story.