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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Souls Hackers Coming To Europe In Autumn


NIS America has announced that Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hacker will be coming to Europe sometime in the Autumn. The Japanese dungeon-crawling RPG was released in North America on April 16th. The game has received an overall score of 78 on popular online review aggregation site, Metacritic.

5 thoughts on “Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Souls Hackers Coming To Europe In Autumn”

    1. try SMT IV when it comes out, this one’s pretty old and really only for the hardcore fans due to its age. Or if you have a Playstation console, try out persona 3 or 4, 3 is best on the psp though

    2. Definately go for it. There are a lot of SMT games out there. I’ll definately admit this isn’t a good one to start with, however. Soul Hackers amoung many of the other devil summoner/main series games are known for being some of the most hardcore RPG experiences available featuring some steep learning curves if you don’t learn the mechanics fast.

      Persona or Demi Kids would be a good place to start, but you shouldn’t get comfortable with the theme. Unlike every other SMT, Persona and Demi Kids do not feature some of the more controvercial themes like demons, religion, politics, etc. that the series is so well known for in their stories. The main series is not meant to be a comfortable light hearted experience.

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