Reviews and Problems with Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne
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One of my favorite RPGs ever because of the game-play and story and ...
Teddy Bui, Amazon
15 August 2015
Summary: One of my favorite RPGs ever because of the game-play and story and the demon system in the game is fantastic and adds a lot of variety as well as the magatamas causing there to be a lot of strategy involved (unless you use the Fiends who are downright pretty powerful).
Summary: I can't believe I waited this long to play this game. It is AWESOME!!! Imagine how awesome this game would be if the controls were like current JRPGs and with PS4 graphics. The story is intriguing. Persona fans and Shin Megami Tensei fans, you don't want to miss this.
Summary: i'm a huge Fan of the SMT the Stories are always Woven so well the paint a picture that is both indepth but amusing in Nocturne this is True from the moment you Start you dream of a man sitting down and a woman both talking about the world having to come to a end as you listen the woman turns to you...
Summary: One of the Best RPGs I have ever played. It's difficult, but it doesn't feel unfair. It does require grinding. Some people say it doesn't but you definitely do in order to be able to get the right skills into your demon fusions.
... what this franchise was until 2013 but now im glad I do now
12 October 2014
Summary: Never really knew what this franchise was until 2013 but now im glad I do now. Before I got into this series I looked Square for my rpg needs (final fantasy etc.) But I decided to give this a shot because I was tired of seeing square as the rpg god, this game & series in general, has made me...
Summary: It's a great great game but there's just so much talking in it, it was a long bore to me at times.. I wish it would sorta tell you were you need to head to at times, sometimes you just wonder the map figuring out what you had to do next, or even stuck in buildings wondering hallways or going door to...
Summary: This is one great game. I really got into it! The whole world was very creative. The bosses provided a perfect challenge and goin up against Dante was unexpected but cool all the same. This game basically surprises you at every turn and i love that bout it!
Summary: Many credit the Pokémon series for starting the monster-capturing craze in the RPG genre, although during the late '80s, Atlus developed and Namco published the very first installment of the diverse Megami Tensei franchise, entitled Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei, which allowed for demon...