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Atlus USA Devil Survivor Site Comes Alive

2009年04月21日,星期二 by wolfzau at www.digitaldevildb.com

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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2009年02月7日,星期六 by Emilio Morales at nijiko.wordpress.com

Atlus USA 宣布了Megami Ibunroku Devil Survivor 将会在今年6月在北美上市。 这款游戏同一时间还会在日本上市。直到现在,Atlus USA还未曾发表评论关于这款游戏或其他特殊版本的游戏是否有其他额外的捆绑活动。大概我们可以期望有美妙的音乐或者其他的什么。当然,如果我们能看到这款游戏的美妙之处的话。)但是至少我们可以为前面的等待做好准备。

Majin Tensei系列的玩家都应该会发觉这款游戏很熟悉且充满了娱乐性。同样地,Survivor这款游戏混合了经典的单人RPG模式和战略RPG模式。我本人亲自玩过日本游戏很酷,而且音乐和游戏性都很棒。这个游戏的部分有趣之处在于收集恶魔。你可以通过拍卖获得恶魔也可以每次在战斗中打败了他们而能看见新的恶魔。当然你也可以让他们成为你的同盟军来增加你的力量。


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