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Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne (or Lucifer's Call, as it's known in Europe due to trademark issues) is a not so well known JRPG published by Atlus, a company well known for how they pump out old-school RPG's with often unforgiving and hardcore gameplay. Although the game starts off in modern Japan with the protagonist and his friends going to visit their ill teacher who has been hospitalised, literally minutes into the game, the world is destroyed by a phenomenon called 'The Conception', and a pla...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
While much attention now is being paid to the Persona and Digital Devil Saga sub-branches of Shin Megami Tensei, the main branch (being just the lable Shin Megami Tensei) has been largely overlooked in the states. This has largely been due to the main series never making its way over to America until SMT: Nocturne. But thankfully the good people at Atlus decided in the early 2000's to localize this gem of a game and though it only sold marginaly in the states it led to the cascade of new SMT sp...1 out of 4 found this review helpful.
I Went into Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne with high hopes of a good RPG. Also very curious why Dante from the Devil May Cry series was in this game. I played a few Shin Megami Tensei games before. Including Persona 4, Persona 3 and whatever that MMO one was. And so I was very sad to see that it had the creepy art style that was popular in the older Shin Megami Tensei games. Characters having oddly shaped anime eyes. With eye liner and their awkward stare and dull eyes. I was fully aware that per...0 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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