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Post by Eorl @ 11:25am 28/02/14 | 0 Comments
After being available exclusively to Japan since its first appearance on Super Famicom (aka Super NES), ATLUS has today announced that the original Shin Megami Tensei will soon be available on iOS.
Step away from clear notions of good and evil, right and wrong. There are demons in the world, but whether they are ally or enemy depends on player actions. In Tokyo 199X, a mysterious murder leads to the emergence of demons and an escalating global conflict thanks to the rise of a charismatic rebel leader in possession of a demon army, and external forces that wish to crush such threats with extreme measures. As the protagonist, players have an unusual ability (via computer program) to communicate with and recruit demons to fight for them. As they collect demons, the program will allow you to store, summon, and fuse them to create the right team to negotiate the ever-changing balance of powers, and fight for the kind of world you ultimately wish to live in.
The original struggle between Law and Chaos is being localized by the ATLUS team behind Persona 4, Catherine, and Shin Megami Tensei IV. The localised version will contain all the original content, including the full 40-60 hours worth of dungeon crawling, so be prepared on those toilet breaks.

Find the trailer below to see the game in action. Shin Megami Tensei is set to hit the iOS store on March 18 for $7.99.













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