Summary: I loved the first game and the second has a Brazilian character... <3 <3 <3 I bought a few days before reading there would be a 3ds version of it... I wasn't very happy about it until I played the 3ds version of the first game and it let me down as far as the 3d function went.
Summary: This came in perfect condition, almost as if I bought it right from the store. All the papers were included and the game was undamaged. It is a really enjoyable game. It came a little earlier then expected, which was great!
Summary: Basically, SMT: DS 2 is another game where you summon demons to help you fight other demons. There's a point system for you and them to level up. If you like SMT: IV, then you'll love this game too.
Summary: All the characters are unique, which is good for a game where character interaction is very heavy. The gameplay itself is interesting and fairly original, but also gets very complicated and unforgiving very quickly, so don't buy this if you want a casual series. A ton of multiple endings and choices promises a unique experience every playthrough (Although it's only really noticeable near the end), so you can just keep going back and going back.
Summary: This game is a little more touchy about endings than the second entry. It's very easy to repeatedly get the bad ending if you don't protect certain characters. Once things take off the pace is good, but there's a lot more dialog in this one and the second is more well-rounded overall. The two games are practically unrealated story-wise so if you have to choose between this one and the second get the second.
Summary: This installment of the series flows a lot better than the first, you can pick up several different characters early on and the new game plus is great. I played through at least four of the possible endings before I revisited the first game. I hadn't realized how slowly part one progressed compared to this one, plus in the first if certain characters die you get the bad ending and only boring characters will join in early on.
Must have for JRPG fans with a the Nintendo DS or Nintendo 3DS
C. E. Kellogg, Amazon
28 December 2013
Summary: This is an extremely fun traditional tactics-style RPG game. You do not have to play the original "Devil Survivor" to understand the contents o this game. It is an isolated sequel with similar gaming mechanics and apocalyptic themes. I would highly recommend this game to any JRPG fan with a Nintendo DS or 3DS. This game features many demons that you can collect and organize into teams of three with human summoners.