Reviews and Problems with Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey
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Indeed a Strange Journey
J. Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: The Megami Tensei franchise, in recent years, has focused far more on spinoff titles, such as those in the Persona subseries, than actual main installments, with these spinoffs in fact outnumbering the main entries. However, Atlus considers the latest title in the series, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey on the Nintendo DS, to be the newest main installment, proving to be a solid entry, in a sense feeling closer to older Megami Tensei than recent iterations.
Engaging story, addictive gameplay, 10/10 game...but not for everyone.
26 January 2014
Summary: This game went above and being my expectations with it, and the only times I stopped playing it is when I literally cannot afford to play any game at all. I have been playing this game for days on end, then been too busy to play. This has happened for months in a cycles lately. This game is pure Shin Megami goodness. It is long, but enjoyable, and easy to get your money's worth. If you like Nocturn you will very much like this game.
Summary: The title says it all. Interesting characters, great story, lovely graphics, awesome music, exactly what I expected from an Atlus game. If you like 1st person dungeon crawling, demon fusion, turn based RPGs with creepy atmospheres and Pokemon-esque monster collecting, then this game is for you.
Summary: Well i love Shin megami tensei series, this one is not different. Its kind hard but very good, have a good story and a ok gameplay "not much fan of this way of gameplay but its very common on the series so"
Summary: Great game, one of the best on the Nintendo DS. From the music to the graphics, the story to the gameplay, Strange Journey is one game every scifi or rpg fan should play. the game is well polished and fun. Though it is much better to play on a ds rather than the 3ds as the grapics get squashed and blurry on the later.
Summary: The story is pretty good, dramatic and funny moments happen, and the gameplay is just addictive (exploration + demon fusion=great), with a lot of good ideas and customization possibilities. A few things are a little off though : Some environments are really ugly (the outside in Bootes ...) The synthetic voices in the soundtrack sound terrible (which is too bad because the themes are otherwise epic), and there are too few tracks.
Summary: If there is top for the longest DS titles the this game should be there. What can I say except that the hours that I played this were really entancing and very fun. I'm a RPG but I never played before a dungeon RPG and I'm very pleased that my first experience with one of this games was really awesome, the designs of the demons was really well done, the way of your actions can affect the story is really well implemented, maybe I don't have too much experience with the...
Summary: I'm really glad that Atlus made this game because I was kinda getting tired with childish RPG with really young characters (sometimes even a little child), so I really enjoyed to play adult hero. Pretty dark story like which really is the story that Megami Tensei series should be! But there is one thing I didn't like. That is that password system. You can input a password to summon a devil. Sounds really convinience, and, yes, it really is.