Atlus JP has released a new video today,which contains information to the upcoming limited edition of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux. The 25th Anniversary Memorial Box priced at ¥16,800 (¥18,144 with tax) includes the following – A copy of the game Rare Soundtracks and Memorial Arrange Tracks (90 total tracks) “Memorial Arrange Tracks” soundtrack (two… Read more
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After the Atlus Live Special #1: Megaten Feature today at Tokyo Game Show 2017, Atlus has released a new teaser for the Shin Megami Tensei HD project detailing an info tease for October 23rd. Coincidentally, October 23rd is the same day as the Shin Megami Tensei 25th Anniversary Live – Chaos Side concert.
SEGA has released more details about the upcoming game. ■ Prologue Devil Downloaders. Otherwise known as “Dx2” (D-Two). Those with the power to summon and use demons from a dedicated smartphone app. “You,” guided by a mysterious man and given his power, become a member of the “Liberators,” a secret organization that protects the world,… Read more
This weeks issue of Weekly Famitsu has listed out some features of the upcoming game Shin Megami Tensei Liberation. The scenario is being done by Makoto Fukami. Character design is being handled by Tatsuro Iwamoto. The protagonist, whose gender can be chosen by the player, has the ability to summon demons through their smartphone… Read more
Sega has shown it’s teaser trailer for it’s new mobile game Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei Liberation across giant screens in Akihabara on friday. More details will be announced during Tokyo Game Show 2017,which will take place during September 21 through 24. Credits to Gematsu
ATLUS has released a new Deep Strange Journey trailer comparing the two art styles of graphics of the Strange Journeys. Which art style do you prefer, do you see the improvements or disappointment between the two games, YOU DECIDE!
Here on Megami Fuse you can watch the 2nd trailer for Strange Journey Redux, who is this mysterious new character and what is it up to?
A recent Atlus presentation announced the Shin Megami Tensei series for the Nintendo Switch, but the company is hesitant on revealing whether the title will leave Japan. “A formal announcement will be made later for this title if a localization gets confirmed,” stated a note in the margins of the company’s press release. Interestingly enough, Sega… Read more