Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux is coming to Nintendo 3DS in the west, and Atlus lined up dates for a couple regions. Read on for details!
While it's doubtful that anyone will be too surprised by this news, Atlus officially confirmed plans to bring Shin Megami Tensei V to Nintendo Switch in the west. The release date and other details are still TBA for the moment, but you can see a new version of the original announcement trailer with English text after the jump.
As promised, Atlus came through with an official announcement about the Shin Megami Tensei series' Nintendo Switch debut. It's a big one, too, because Switch players can now look forward to digging into Shin Megami Tensei V. Read on for a teaser.
Atlus previously said they'd be sharing more info about the upcoming Nintendo Switch Shin Megami Tensei game on October 23, but now we know how they'll be delivering it. According to the official SMT Twitter account, it's all going down during a live stream set to kick off at 9:00pm Japan Time. Read on for more.
At first it seemed like little more than a goof when Atlus promoted Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux with a trailer for a 2D platformer featuring Jack Frost and Jack O'Lantern. It turns out the game is the real deal, though, and Atlus went ahead and launched the free PC game as Shin Megami Tensei: Synchronicity Prologue. Read on for more.
When Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux (also known as Deep Strange Journey) launches in Japan, it will be available in a 25th Anniversary Memorial Box edition. This limited edition version packs the game with six discs of music and a Shin Megami Tensei Maniacs memorial scripture, all in a special box for ¥18,144 (after tax, bringing it to about $161). Hit the jump for a preview.
Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux has a bunch of new content on the way for Nintendo 3DS, including more story, endings, and a brand new dungeon. Its Japanese release (as Deep Strange Journey) is right around the corner on October 26, so Atlus shared an early look at the remake's opening movie.
What is Sega's new teaser site about? A sharp-eyed fan found out in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu. Check out what we know, and where we'll hear more, after the jump!