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  1. Peklo

    Shin Megami Tensei V

    Releases on November 12th. Whatever tribulations Nocturne's recent remaster can be viewed to have as a port and rerelease, it's effectively done its job in reminding me of why I ever liked the series in the first place. I'm not going to carry all of that goodwill from a game almost two decades...
  2. MarcAlan

    The Phantom Thieves Strike Again! A P5 Strikers Thread

    To the surprise of pretty much no one, Persona 5 Strikers is finally making it's way westward on February 23! What is surprising is that it's coming out on Switch, PS4 and Steam. Which isn't that surprising when you remember their desire to get more people to play their games and Persona 4...
  3. Lance Noble Aster

    Shin Megami Tensei 1: Collected Thoughts

    Elsewhere, I've been talking about Shin Megami Tensei 1 (and also Nocturne before that and a brief detour into SMT: Imagine private servers) a ton and it's at the point that I figured I should, you know, actually make a thread about it. Here's some thoughts about it that I am reposting from a...
  4. Zef

    Shin Megami Tensei: New Reincarnation of the Thread (Actually Featuring Dante From The Devil May Cry Series)

    What better way to start the transmigration of the soul of the original thread than with a brand new, three-minute-plus ad for SMT Nocturne HD: The minimalistic art style absolutely pops in hi-def. The reds of Amala and the glow of the Terminal Drums have never looked better. Given the...