Picked this up on sale on the PSN for about $7 along with Digital Devil Saga 1&2 (again $7/game) and I was in love. SMT never ce
1 March 2015
Summary: I started the SMT line of games back in Persona 3, so I wanted to see some others in the series. Picked this up on sale on the PSN for about $7 along with Digital Devil Saga 1&2 (again $7/game) and I was in love. SMT never ceases to amaze me, and even playing a port on the PS3 felt good.
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...
Summary: I read a lot of the reviews on amazon and I don't see why everyone says this game is so hard. Yes, it can get difficult at times but its not impossible. I wouldn't recommend this game for casual gamers or those who are new to RPGs.
Summary: I am a newcomer to the SMT games and started out with P3FES like a lot of people have. I have to admit that that game completely blew me away and so did Persona 4. Because I had so much fun with the mentioned titles, I was craving more action from the SMT Universe.
Summary: Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne is an innovative RPG for the patient and hardcore only. Considering that this is an Atlus game and I am writing this about two years after the games release, this game has become a rare collectors item.
Summary: Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne centres on a modern day/futuristic vision of the city of Tokyo, or rather what's about to happen to it...A short introduction sees you as a teenage boy mooching round town, before meeting two friends in a deserted hospital.
Summary: The last two years has seen some unorthodox RPGs. With Shadow Hearts: Covenant, Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne and now the two Digital Devil Sagas, the Final Fantasys and other Square-Enix games have some creative competition.