What happens when you cross Shin Megami Tensei with Fire Emblem? Come join me and find out!
As Kotaku previously reported, Shin Megami Tensei IV Final is a totally new game. We get a very (I mean very) brief look at game play in this debut trailer.
Slated for release in Japan next year, Shin Megami Tensei IV Final isn’t a “definitive edition” of the previously released Shin Megami Tensei IV. It’s an entirely new game set in the same world, featuring a completely different era and setting, all new characters, a branching storyline and multiple endings.
Genei Ibun Roku X FE, that Shin Megami Tensei meets Fire Emblem Wii U game, has a release date. It will be out in Japan on December 26. No word yet about the game’s international release date.
The Shin Megami Tensei/Fire Emblem crossover game sounds like something out of a dream, but is very much a reality. But it almost ended as a dream.
I am so excited about Genei Ibun Roku, the upcoming Wii U JRPG that mashes together Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem. Everything Nintendo has shown off for it so far has been EXCELLENT.
That’s not a bad thing. In fact, it’s a wonderful, wonderful thing.
Every time I post a GIF from Persona 4: Dancing All Night, the comments are always the same: where’s Naoto Shirogane? Here’s Naoto Shirogane.
The game, for the Wii U, is called Illusory Revelations #FE. It’s set in modern-day Tokyo. Holy shit.
64 hours. 23 hours. 42 hours. 28 hours. Somewhere on a grassy plain trying to figure out if I should spend my days hunting down one of many pending side quests. Somewhere deep in the ocean chasing mermaids. Somewhere making preparations for my next strategic battle. These are all the places I’m willing to leave…
Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, one of the most visually unique RPGs for the PS2, is out today on the Playstation 3. You can pick it up here on the Playstation Network Store.
The first Shin Megami Tensei comes to iOS next month. It'll be out on March 18 for $8, Atlus says. Here's hoping you don't have to pay real money to negotiate with demons. That'd be kind of evil.
Fact: websites like GameFAQs and game-specific Wikis are some of the biggest, most popular websites on the internet. Fact: a lot of gaming culture prides itself on the pursuit and overcoming of difficult challenges. Hmm.
Devil Survivor 2:The Animation is an anime based on the 2011 DS game Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2. A few months back, I called it one of the anime you'd be okay skipping last season because of its first half being rather cliché and boring.
My favorite character in Shin Megami Tensei IV didn’t make the front cover of the North American release. She’s not one of the samurai warriors tasked with keeping the world’s demons in check. She’s not technically even a real person, much less a she. Her name is Burroughs, and she’s the keeper of the menus.
In recent years, the Shin Megami Tensei series has found new life in the West thanks to the popularity of spinoff titles Persona 3 and Persona 4. But now, after a decade since the release of the third game in the core series, comes Shin Megami Tensei IV.
I've already talked a bit about how hard Shin Megami Tensei IV was on the default difficulty—and how the game makes you humiliate yourself in order to switch to easy mode. But if even easy mode is still too much for you, you can always download the first DLC dungeon. It completely breaks the game.
For decades, Stephen Hawking has been one of the world’s most famous scientists. But despite that, I wasn’t expecting him to make an appearance in a game about capturing devils.