Forums - Nintendo Discussion - Shin Megami Tensei - Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers coming to North America Spring 2013!

Teaser trailer:


Great! Sooner than I expected.

Also the "DS" part in the logo is cut off because it's the same color as the white background on here...

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I knew this would come over eventually. Great that it's coming over so early! Q1 for 3DS is looking too good!

Read my original story on Fictionpress (Shinigami Twin): 

As well as my other one (Hell's Punishment):

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now I need to get a 3 system.


Damn, 3DS lineup for the next 3-4 months is pretty stacked. Finally.

Better yet, it seems this is the first time Soul Hackers has ever been localized, despite having had a few different releases. Nice for fans to finally be able to play this one... officially, and in English, of course.

No love for europeans, sigh.

CURRENTLY PLAYING: Xenoblade (Wii), Super mario 3D land (3DS), Guild Wars (PC)


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Sweet, early 2013 is going to be an expensive period but my 3DS will be getting good loving with new Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei games.

Great! I just don't know how I'm going to buy all these games for 3DS next year, and Buy a Wii U. T_T

Off-Topic: I was going to post this earlier but I gave up because I didn't know how to embed videos '-'.




Another game to add to my list :)

Wish more games from Japan would be released in the west! Thankfully Atlus is more competent than Namco Bandai.

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How similar is this to Persona?

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JayWood2010 said:
How similar is this to Persona?

Unlike in Megami Tensei and Shin Megami Tensei, the Persona series does not involve recruiting demons to fight for you. The player characters still carry a firearm and melee weapon like in Shin Megami Tensei, but magic comes from Personas as opposed from demons. Like demons, these Personas can be fused in order to create more powerful Personas. In addition, the lunar phases are important, which is a common theme in MegaTen games. Furthermore, while the Persona series uses the real-world currency, yen, or dollars, the Shin Megami Tensei series' currency are prominently identified with Macca.

Persona features an angled third-person perspective, but dungeons are still navigated using Megami Tensei's first person view. Since the release of Persona 2: Innocent Sin, the first-person dungeon exploration has been removed.

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