Reviews and Problems with Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne
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Kevin Stinson "soul hope", Amazon
19 November 2013
Summary: Shin megami tensei games are like a darker version of Pokémon games geared for older fans of the collect monsters genre. I highly recommend getting into these games if you are an older fan of Pokémon as they are all rated M.
If you love Persona Titles, You'll probably love this one too.
Noel Turner, Amazon
9 November 2013
Summary: This Game is a great item to add to any collection for fans of the Shin Megami Games. I bought this awhile back to add to the collection of Persona titles that I own...And while I haven't played many of the first Shin Megami Games, this one was on my hit list for years once I knew it had a US release. Great story, innovative gameplay, awesome character design, and music that will rock your socks off..
Summary: Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne is a great rpg for your playstation 2 . I often find myself thinking of ways to beat my opponent and it's a must to think through stuff especially when playing on hard on your first play through like I am. Everyone loves a good challenge !
Summary: This game is just incredible, and a must-have for SMT fans. It's a turn-based strategy JRPG, and a good one at that. The atmosphere is just the right amount of creepy and incredibly intriguing. Played the persona games but not sure if you'll like the other SMT stuff?
A Great Addition to the Shin Megami Tensei Franchise
Jesse Saxon, Amazon
9 September 2013
Summary: SMT 3: Nocturne is one of the greatest PS2 classics, and one of the greatest Games in all time. From the gradual difficulty raise, the bountiful dungeons and all of the demonic sovereignty that makes the SMT series as great as it is, as well as the choice to form your own world soon after the Conception, SMT 3: Nocturne is more than an excellent game for those looking for something to play.
Summary: I had to buy this game again because I lost my original and there simply isn't any other game quite like it. It's very much like a dark (I mean really dark) version of Pokemon. If you want that turn-based battle and monster-collecting experience without suffering even an ounce of the childish fluff, this is the game for you.
Summary: This is a difficult game, but it's also long. What I mean is that if you want to play this game you have to understand it's a fairly long game by nature, and there are lots of situations where fighting a boss might not necessarily be a tough proposition but you will have to deal with a long walk from your nearest save terminal and the random encounters along the way.