Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga hit PlayStation Network in North America a couple weeks ago, and it's making its European download debut tomorrow. The slew of Atlus SMT releases isn't done yet, though, because the release of Digital Devil Saga 2 as a PS2 Classic has been confirmed. Read on for more.
Toward the end of last month Atlus released Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga on PlayStation Network as a PS2 Classic in North America. Now it's Europe's turn, because the 2004 RPG is on its way to PSN in the region courtesy of publisher Ghostlight. Hit the jump for more.
Atlus released Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne on PlayStation Network a couple weeks ago, and now it's time to follow that up with another SMT PlayStation 2 Classic. Today's treat is Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga, which is now available on PS3 via the PlayStation Store for $9.99. More after the jump.
Nintendo has a special deal for 3DS players with a taste for role-playing and tactics: Purchase both Shin Megami Tensei IV and Fire Emblem: Awakening and register the games with your Club Nintendo account and you'll receive a $30 credit to use in the 3DS eShop. More after the jump.
Atlus is getting ready to unleash the Shin Megami Tensei IV limited edition box set when pre-orders and first-run copies of the RPG arrive on July 16. If you want a closer look at what to expect in the set, have a look at detailed unboxing video after the jump.
Pre-orders and limited first-run copies of Shin Megami Tensei IV will come packing a special Strategy & Design Book, and Atlus has a preview for anyone curious about what to expect. Check it out after the jump.
Atlus has a small stack of free and paid DLC planned for the western launch of Shin Megami Tensei IV. Custom looks, special armor sets, and map packs join the game when it arrives in North America on July 16. More after the jump.
Atlus busted out a new Shin Megami Tensei IV gameplay trailer today, focusing on the role of the Samurai in protecting the people of the Eastern Kingdom of Mikado. See what it takes to follow the Samurai Way after the jump.
Fans in North America still have a little bit of a wait ahead for Shin Megami Tensei IV, which hits Nintendo 3DS on July 16. In the meantime, 4Gamer has a whopping ten minutes of footage to share, from the RPG's intro to dungeon exploration, battles, and more. Check it all out after the jump!
Previously we showcased some of the bonus Samurai outfits you can get by pre-ordering Shin Megami Tensei IV at various locations. Now we can see a few more of the strange customizable outfits thanks to a video that takes a look at the Digital Devil Service Cards, which can be exchanged via StreetPass. More after the jump.
It only comes with a light smattering of gameplay, but Atlus' new teaser for Shin Megami Tensei IV shows off a little bit of English thanks to an ominous voiceover. The fully-voiced RPG is scheduled to hit Nintendo 3DS in North America on July 16, and you can peep the teaser after the jump.
As is the case with most games these days, Shin Megami Tensei IV has pre-order bonuses that vary depending on where you plop down the money. Currently GameStop, Amazon Canada, and EB Games Canada each have their own costumes, and you can check 'em out after the jump.
When Shin Megami Tensei IV arrives in North America this summer, the first printing will come in a snazzy limited edition box set. The set includes a strategy & design book, a Shin Megami Tensei music collection, and the game in collectible slipcase packaging. Pics and more past the break.
Nintendo 3DS has no shortage of RPGs, and Shin Megami Tensei IV is one of its most anticipated. Atlus is now showing off SMTIV's Press Turn battle system, the Grinning buff, and one of the bosses in a trio of quick clips. Check 'em out after the jump.
Atlus recently made official plans to bring Shin Megami Tensei IV to the west, with a summer release lined up for North America. It hits Nintendo 3DS in Japan on May 23, and Atlus posted a handful of new clips on the RPG's Japanese website. Check out the demonic videos past the jump!