Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse for Nintendo 3DS

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse

Sep 20, 2016

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About this game

Developer: Atlus
Content Rating: Mature


2038, Tokyo. When a young Hunter cadet is killed by a sudden demon attack, he strikes a deal with the demon Dagda. In exchange for being resurrected, he must serve as Dagda's Godslayer. now possessing new demonic power, the boy quickly finds himself embroiled in an adventure the will lead him to the very edge of the apocalypse and beyond. Fight alongside new and familiar friends and recruit demons to survive the dangers of Tokyo in a new game set in the same world as Shin Megami Tensei IV. Decide the fate of humanity amidst a war between many gods and the minions of YHVH. Will you choose peace? Or will you unleash anarcy?

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Josh TorresSep 15, 2016
Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse improves upon Shin Megami Tensei IV’s systems by redesigning mechanisms that transform previous problems into core strengths. Though its core framework and interface systems are pretty much straight out of SMT IV under a new coat of paint, its new cast and story kept things captivating. I adored its successive efforts to make each member of the group someone I ultimately cared about.
Heidi KempsSep 15, 2016
Everything about Apocalypse looks, feels, and sounds great; the excellent soundtrack works to enhance the feelings of exploration in a darkened, destroyed world. Your demonic servants roar, cry, and yell in the heat of battle, making combat feel more lively and risky than ever before. All of the gameplay additions improve elements where the original Shin Megami Tensei IV was lacking.
Mollie L PattersonSep 23, 2016
While Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse could easily have been a lazy reuse of content from its predecessor slapped together to make a quick buck, a different perspective on the story, a host of improvements, and the return of Shin Megami Tensei IV’s quality gameplay come together for a pseudo-sequel that’s a worthy experience.

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