Archive for April, 2009

Atlus USA Reveals Devil Summoner 2 Deluxe Box

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 by Emilio Morales at

For all those persons who were asking “How am I going to receive my game and my plushie?” well the answer is clear, in a box but not just a regular cardboard box, you’re going to receive your game in the “ultimate SMT fan collectible” the deluxe box of Devil Summoner 2.

“The Ultimate SMT Fan Collectible”

People who have already a pre-order of the game you will get: The game; “Shin Megami Tensei Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon” (obviously), a Raiho plushie and both things will be packed in a deluxe box featuring the logo of the game and maybe art of the same in the back. So this is another good reason for you to be excited about May 12th.

If you haven’t made your pre-order by now, this would be definitely a good reason to do it as soon as possible, ’cause remember: “it’s only available in very limited quantities”.

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Atlus USA Devil Survivor Site Comes Alive

Tuesday, April 21st, 2009 by wolfzau at

Atlus USA have launched their official website for Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor. The site includes a whole host of goodies to get excited about, including in-game video, screenshots and some tantalizing information on characters and storyline.

“Wish my cousin looked this cool”

Currently only three characters and one scant piece of information on the story is available, but just seeing these videos should be enough to get any Megaten fan hot under the collar.

The website promises updates that will include free wallpapers, avatars and, of course, more information on the story and on the eleven main characters that will inhabit the game world, so be sure to check back regularly.

Oh and, don’t forget to checkout the website »

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FYI: The Database Needs Contributors…
Or, If you thought we have a writing staff, think again!!

Monday, April 20th, 2009 by Digital Devil Database at

Ever since the website was resurrected (after a nearly fatal fumble left it without a soul to tend to it’s needs) there has been a gulf where it was hoped wayward writers would find their way. We have waited and baited to no avail. So in one last ditch effort we’d like to make it plainly clear, we have no writing staff (in case anyone had presumed there was one.) In fact the website is user generated. Anyone and everyone are welcome, and encouraged, to make a scene in our forums, and we’re pledged to scramble to see that your contributions find a way onto the website. And anyway, this is how the website works now in case someone didn’t get the notice!

Oh, and on a not-unrelated note. The website will need to raise at least 100$ per year by way of the ads (per click) or there is no guarantee it will survive from year to year. So far we have almost 60$ in our coffers, but the current trend is not projecting in our favor. Observing our advertisements is a very easy way to support the site that anyone can do. Please consider doing so. Many people have worked hard to make this website possible, and now so can you! There are no more barriers (or excuses) just possibilities.

We have to find an English editor fast or else!!
Translators also welcome…

March 2nd, 2009 by Digital Devil Database at

Without an English editor we can no longer continue to add timely content to the website or news blog in English. We always love to see new contributors, but we must find someone able to read and write English with enough ability to produce a passing paper for a college level course. An editor does not need to write new content for the database, but is needed to correct new content of varying quality prior to publishing. We need righteous people to help us get the job done! Please consider lending your talents to our effort…

On a less dreadful note, we’re nearing completion of our translation facilities. And would very much like to welcome anyone who can read and write two languages, and preferably one with native fluency, to help us translate our website’s interface and many articles. Please don’t hesitate to offer your support. . . . .

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