• Megami Tensei / Shin Megami Tensei
  • 2. Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei II (1990)
  • 5. Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible II (1993)
  • 6. Shin Megami Tensei II (1994|)

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse - Nintendo 3DS

$49.99

Normally, I don’t offer tips for a game within a review but this may help a lot of people getting into Shin Megami Tensei for the first time. For one, the first trip to Naraku will likely be hard – basically the tutorial level for the game, I ended up dying 5 times. Remember that you can leave Naraku and heal as many times as you want. Also, don’t be afraid to lower the difficulty via the “Burroughs” Menu which becomes available after the 2nd time you die. The game becomes much more accessible when you do.

Recently, Atlus hosted a live stream on Twitch to show off the English build of Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. Head past the break for the full recording containing 90 minutes of footage. The post 90 minutes of Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse footage appeared first on Nintendo Everything.

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A notable aspect of the game is that the player can combine two or three demons and create a more powerful demon. HUMANS:
Human characters can equip firearms with special ammo, melee weapons, and multiple pieces of armor from helmet to boots, although certain weapons can only be wielded by a character of a specific alignment. Humans are also the only ones capable of leveling up and having their Stats upgraded at the discretion of the player. DEMONS:
There are a wide variety of demons from various mythologies in Shin Megami Tensei; each has its own unique statistics, and a skillset of up to three abilities or spells. !WARNING
This game is not translated and displays Japanese text only.
Supports:Android O.S. 2.2以上、
Unsupported devices:
T-01D
SH-03C
SO-03C
P-07C
N-06C
IS05
IS12SH
IS13SH
006SH
008Z
DM011SH
103SH
102P
DM010SH
L-04C
L-06D
IS03