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Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne HD Remaster is concerning PC on May 25. The 2003 RPG joins Persona 4 Golden in the sluggish, steady drip of Atlus games finally making their way to PC– Steam, more specifically. The upgrade functions remastered 3D models and backgrounds, additional trouble settings(some complicated messaging on that below), a suspend option for saving and resuming play at any point, English and japanese VO, and
an” alternate branch featuring Raidou Kuzunoha, “whatever that implies. (A little wiki diving exposes Raidou is a guest character in Nocturne, and the star of 2 Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner spin-offs ).(Image credit: Atlus)Shin Megami Tensei 3 isn’t quite as bubbly or chill as the Persona series, even if they share a very similar cosmology. The models and names for personas and satanic forces are mainly the same throughout both series. The resemblances rollover to combat too: you summon, collect, and fuse these entities in SMT and Persona. In SMT3NHDR an incredibly apocalypse is starting in Tokyo and devils are running all over doing demon stuff(killing, laughing, being rude ). You play as a half-demon, half-human set on saving the world, or a minimum of finding a factor to keep living in it. This is a game lauded for its grim, surreal theme, and I’m everything about it. ABOVE: What the initial PS2 version appears like. I like my misery baths to focus on theme more than play, and SMT3NHDR is a notoriously penalizing video game
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