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Gallery: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked


The news had been floating around the interwebs for a little while now, but today Atlus officially announced a North American release for Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked. The RPG/SRPG will be headed to the Nintendo 3DS this summer. With Tokyo in full lockdown after a demon invasion, you and your friends are more concerned with staying live, with saving the world coming a distant second on the priority list!

I'd been a little concerned that developers would just make DS games 3D for a quick buck, but Atlus is expanding and enhancing the original DS Devil Survivor. Of course, I'd expect nothing less from Atlus, really. They're adding voice acting for the storyline, and another chapter to the multiple endings that they're calling "a rousing epilogue for Shin Megami Tensei fans." The hand-drawn artwork and character portraits have been remastered to take advantage of the 3DS' higher-resolution screens, too. Thing is, since they're sprites, the 3D is going to look very flat, so I'm not really sure the effect will be worth it.

Anyway, the placeholder box art is above, while five dinky screenshots are below. I never played the original DS game, so let me know if I should give the 3DS version a shot!



Panzerbjorn said:

The original game is totally worth it. SMT as an SRPG is a lot of fun, and quite different from SMT:SJ

I'm very curious about the extra chapter to the game. I did only the beat the original with one ending, so I don't know what the others are like to have an idea of what the new conclusion could be.

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