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Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster
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Content Rating: Mature
What begins as a normal day in Tokyo turns out to be everything but, when the Conception – an ethereal apocalypse – is invoked. The remains of the world are swallowed by chaos, as a demonic revolution descends into a broken city. Caught between a battle of Gods and demons, the choices you make can bring life, rebirth, or death, and determine who triumphs.
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It's not perfect, but so long as players can adjust to its rustic edges, there is a fantastic old-school JRPG in Nocturne's remaster full of quality of life changes that make it worth playing in 2021.
I also think about the outstanding work Atlus put in for last year’s Steam release of Persona 4 Golden and how this feels lackluster even compared to that. I still quite enjoyed my time with Nocturne HD Remaster, but it is great because the core game is already phenomenal; aside from adding skill inheritance to demon fusions, most of the updates in this remaster aren’t all that remarkable.
Time won’t change how important and impressive Nocturne is. But this was a great opportunity to either introduce it to a new generation at a fair price or make the game even better than it was. Instead, the price gouging route was taken. Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster is absolutely still worth playing, warts and all, but things should have simply been handled differently. Still, it’s hard to say no to optimizing a team for the sole purpose of debuffing a boss into nonexistence.