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Megaten Online


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7 Responses to “Megaten Online”

  1. Digital Devil Database Says:

    We at digitaldevildb.com are looking high and low for journalists up to covering the IMAGINE beat. Please feel free to comment about this page if you’d like to here more. For instance how you will be compensated for your time and effort.

    Please help support the Megami Tensei fan community,

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  2. Aren Says:

    I would be interested in doing any coverage for the game. All I need is more info.

  3. Roo Says:

    I’m completely head over heels for this series,especially Nocturne. I am a freelance writer/artist, and would be mad with excitement to contribute anything I can to this!!

  4. Roo Says:

    And that picture is absolutely breathtaking. I’m happy Cerberus is next to him too, as he is one of my favorite demons. Beautifully surreal.

  5. Digital Devil Database Says:

    Please drop us a line in our forums about helping. We’re pretty informal. I’m sure Aren can use all the help in the world. We’re about to publish our first IMAGINE news item on the front page actually :D

  6. Aren Says:

    Yeah any kind of help would be great.

  7. Remco Melis Profielen Says:

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