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Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey review (DS)
9 March 2011
Excerpt: A gaping dimensional rift has appeared over Antarctica, and the governments of the world are understandably cautious. They have sent you, the silent protagonist, to investigate, along with a crack team assembled from the creme de la creme of the world.
Summary: One of Atlus’s most enduring series is the Persona/Shin Megami Tensei family of RPGs. Collectively abbreviated as MegaTen, they share core gameplay mechanics such as traditional turn-based combat and a popular demon collecting and training system.
Excerpt: I’ve enjoyed just about every Shin Megami Tensei game that’s come out since Nocturne was released on the PS2. There’s just something really intriguing about the franchise’s universe and mythology that keeps me coming back for more.
Summary: Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey, a first-person science fiction RPG for NDS, is a startlingly original entry in the award-winning Shin Megami Tensei universe, Strange Journey takes the heralded RPG franchise to exciting new frontiers.
Excerpt: I can't help but wonder why it is that the games on the Nintendo DS seem to be the most addictive of them all. We're in a console generation where titles like Final Fantasy XIII and Mass Effect 2 are recent releases and titles like Alpha Protocol and Fallout: New Vegas are on the horizon.