After 16 years, Soul Hackers finally leaves Japan in the form of the 3DS port. Atlus released a teaser trailer just moments ago:
I've been playing the Japanese version since its release in late August, and my thoughts are that, while this is a game that will squarely appeal to those who like the main series SMT games, those players will eat it up. Some of its 90s obtuseness remains, while options have been added to the game to help smooth the experience regardless.
It took me a few hours to really get over the weirdly choppy dungeon framerate and some menu clunkiness, but once I did, I was hooked in the best ways. But for all the clunky baggage that comes from 32-bit RPGs, Soul Hackers really has the type of personality you'd only get from a game from that era.
Date given for release is sometime in Spring 2013.