Shin Megami Tensei II Is Being Added To Japans NSO Super Famicom Collection – Nintendo Life

As typical, Japan’s month-to-month lineup of Switch Online offerings are slightly various from the west.

The titles for Japan in February consist of Psycho Dream, Mario’s Super Picross (already offered in the west), Solomon’s Key 2 (Fire ‘n Ice) and the highlight of the lot is Atlus’ 1994 Super Famicom JRPG, Shin Megami Tensei II.

This follows on from the release of the initial Shin Megami Tensei on the NSO service last July. Here’s a bit about it, through a rough translation from Nintendo’s Japanese site:

The second in the Shin Megami Tensei series. A brand-new choice of a brand-new hero will identify the future of the world.

This title is a role-playing video game for Super Nintendo released in 1994. The sequel to “Shin Megami Tensei” is set in TOKYO Millennium, a city previously referred to as Tokyo. In addition to battling satanic forces, we sometimes negotiate to increase the number of satanic forces (fellow satanic forces) and challenge strong enemies.

While keeping the function that the ending changes considerably depending upon the actions and options of the main character, numerous elements such as inheritance of magic in demon union and “virtual butler” that can acquire experience points by training in virtual space have actually been included.

These game’s will be made readily available on Nintendo Japan’s Switch Online service on 17th February (the exact same date as the western releases). If you would like to play Shin Megami Tensei II, you’ll need to have access to a Japanese Switch account and the Super Famicom app. Will you be checking out this game when it shows up next week? Tell us down

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The follow up to “Shin Megami Tensei” is set in TOKYO Millennium, a city formerly understood as Tokyo. These video game’s will be made available on Nintendo Japan’s Switch Online service on 17th February (the very same date as the western releases). If you would like to play Shin Megami Tensei II, you’ll require to have access to a Japanese Switch account and the Super Famicom app.

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