Reviews and Problems with Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor
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1 March 2013
Summary: its a good game b ut theres this one part where your going to have to go back and keep playing levels till you get strong enough to get it. the story line is kinda slow and certian parts are hard to move through but even with those draw backs it a n ok game but its more of a time killer than anythong else.
Summary: I really wanted to like this game...The story is excellent; captivating and chilling. The cut scenes are anime quality and the voice acting is on point. I was really enjoying this game and the choices they give you...until the battles began. The graphics for the battles are completely different- small and top-view.
Summary: Okay, I'll keep this short because there's not a ton to say. This game was fun...unless I had something else to do. Everything is pretty mediocre. Clearly I made a mistake by running off the reviews, people made it sound like it was easily the greatest hand-held game ever created. In the end it looks like they rushed production, threw together a pretty boring battle system and knocked out a story in a couple of days.
Summary: I love this game. It's got a great story, and appeals to both my desire for an rpg and my desire to collect things in a game (in this case, demons.) Why only three stars then? Because I've been having trouble with the game - in certain battles, the game will freeze, and force me to replay the battle or everything since my last save. Which, after several times, gets pretty frustrating.
Devil Survivor 2 does the same things that its predecessor did, both the good and the bad.
Digital Tiger, amazon.ca
13 September 2012
Summary: Pros: * Fun characters that help create an interesting game world. * Better tactical combat than its predecessor. * Lots of different playable characters to create combat teams variation. * Lots of demons to recruit and battle. * Tons of skills to crack. * New fate system adds to character background and combat bonuses. Cons: * The story is bland and generic. * Combat near the end of the game increases greatly in difficultly and kills the fun pace of the game.