Archive for February, 2009

Devil Survivor ready for North America come June

Saturday, February 7th, 2009 by Emilio Morales at

Atlus USA announced Megami Ibunroku Devil Survivor will reach North America in June of this year. The game’s release appears identical to its Japanese counterpart. Until now, Atlus USA has made no comment regarding any “extras” to come bundled with the game or any special editions (maybe we can expect a soundtrack or something, of course, if we ever see some goodies for this game) but at least we can prepare ourselves for the wait ahead.

Gamers who’ve played the Majin Tensei series should find this game familiar and entertaining. Similarly Survivor is a fusion between a classic first person RPG and a tactical RPG. I have personally played the Japanese game and is really cool, the music and the gameplay are just fine. One interesting part of this game is the way you collect demons. You buy them at auctions and are able to see new ones every time you defeat them in battle. And of course you will be able to fuse them into ever more powerful allies.

Are you ready to survive?

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Atlus Plans PSP Release for Megami Ibunroku Persona

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009 by Emilio Morales at

Atlus Japan has announced the release of the next Megaten game for the Sony PSP. It will be the re-make of the “Megami Ibunroku Persona: Be Your True Mind” that was previously released for the PS1. New 3D cutscenes will be added along with more save points, difficulty options, and a whole balance to the entire game.

The release date will be on April 29th for Japan.

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