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The Price of Greatness (Is $49.99) 15

The game's nameless silent protagonist, FlynnObjectively, Shin Megami Tensei IV is a great game. It successfully modernizes key gameplay mechanics that have stagnated since the watershed release of Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne and introduces a unique, wonderfully-rendered rendition of a demon-beset Tokyo with amazing aural fidelity. For the Shin Megami Tensei neophyte, it’s easy to recommend as a definitive entry point (and no, the games’ stories are not connected, so you can jump right in here)...

41 out of 41 found this review helpful.

Name Your Celebrity Philosopher Crush 2

Should the strong rule the weak? Should every human be viewed as equal regardless of obvious inequalities? Should tradition be enforced to preserve antiquated ideals? What is freedom of will? When is an uprising justified? Is true neutrality ever a viable option?Aside from possibly seeing the above questions on a philosophy exam, the average person does not ponder their answers on a daily basis – I know I certainly do not.Enter Shin Megami Tensei 4, the latest in the long-running franchise of J...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Portable Perfection 1

I know that a lot of people will not find the game interesting/fun/perfect/etc. But, the majority of those that buy this game know what they are getting into. Those that do not, if the price tag doesn't immediately turn them off, and they spend a little time learning about the game while playing, will find a lot of value here. I have played about 12 hours thus far. I am a huge fan of all the games in the series. The demon fusion is addicting and the voice acting is good. I find that the story ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

I didn't expect a game this gritty on the 3ds! 0

I have a long history with jrpgs. I started out with Final Fantasy VIII and was immediately hooked. I came late to the Shin Megami Tensei series, first playing the persona games in 2012. When I saw there was a new game for the 3ds I was intrigued, but I'd not played the predecessor, Nocturne. When the Fire Emblem/SMT promotion came out I had a new 3ds and decided to go for it.Let me tell you straight out - I love this game. It's nearly perfect as far as RPGs go. It improves in every way o...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

I didn't expect a game this dark and awesome on the 3ds! 0

I have a long history with jrpgs. I started out with Final Fantasy VIII and was immediately hooked. I came late to the Shin Megami Tensei series, first playing the persona games in 2012. When I saw there was a new game for the 3ds I was intrigued, but I'd not played the predecessor, Nocturne. When the Fire Emblem/SMT promotion came out I had a new 3ds and decided to go for it.Let me tell you straight out - I love this game. It's nearly perfect as far as RPGs go. It improves in every way on the S...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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