Kurz nach dem überraschenden Lebenszeichen von Devil Survivor 2: Break Record teilt Atlus ein volles Programm mit vier neuen Videos zum Spiel. Das Material präsentiert euch die neuen Funktionen des Remakes. Ein Medium beweist, dass es sich quasi um zwei Spiele handelt. Die bekannte Handlung des Originals wurde aufgestockt, wobei der zusätzliche Inhalt die Länge eines eigenen Rollenspiels besitzt.
Weiterhin wird gezeigt, wie man Dämonen sammelt und trainiert, sowie die Vertiefung der Freundschaften mit den anderen Charakteren. Die ersten Exemplare enthalten als Bonus (und vielleicht als Trostpflaster für die lange Wartezeit) den Soundtrack “Shoji Meguro x Atlus Sound Team Arrange Soundtrack”. Die Liste der umfassenden Lieder wird demnächst bekannt gegeben.
Am 29. Januar 2015 soll das Rollenspiel in Japan für Nintendo 3DS erscheinen.
A new set of Devil Survivor 2: Break Record released this morning introduce the game’s main character and his comrades Io and Daichi.
An additional pair of videos introduce the game’s difficulty system and double story. In Break Record, players can select between the easy “Gospel” difficulty or the standard “Apocalypse” difficulty.
As far as the double story goes, the game includes both Devil Survivor 2 as well as the newly-created Devil Survivor 2 after-story.
Watch the videos below. The game is due out on January 25 in Japan.
This week’s Devil Survivor 2: Break Record video introduces Yuzuru “Joe” Akie.
Joe, although a man who works for a trading company, always has his head in the clouds. He runs into the protagonist and friends during his demon contract battle. His girlfriend is sick and being hospitalized in Nagoya City.
Watch the video below. If you missed last week’s clips, catch them here. The game is due out for 3DS on January 25 in Japan.
This week’s set of Devil Survivor 2: Break Record trailers introduce characters Fumi Kanno, Makoto Sako, and Otome Yanagiya.
The 3DS update is due out in Japan on January 25.
Watch the videos below.
Leader of JP’s Nagoya branch. She has a lot of scientific knowledge and does a variety of research. Because she doesn’t have much interest in anything else outside of resarch, she doesn’t care much for human relations.
Part of JP’s Tokyo branch. An adult woman with a cold and frigid air about her. As a demon user, she fights together with the hero and friends, offering information on demons and invaders.
Part of JP’s Osaka branch. As a doctor, she’s in charge of all JP’s medical care. She is caring to anyone she comes into contact with, and has a kind and motherly heart and many JP’s adore her.
This week’s Devil Survivor 2: Break Record footage introduces player choice and friendship.
The upcoming 3DS remake will feature multiple endings, which you’ll ultimately reach based on your choices. You’ll also be able to deepen the bonds with the demon users you befriend and enhoy drama among each character.
Watch the clips below. The game is due out in Japan on January 25.
With Devil Survivor 2: Break Record, Atlus’ expanded 3DS port of the original 2011/2012 DS SRPG, less than two months away from its Japanese release, the company has revealed the official box art for the game, pictured above.
Unlike the original edition, which featured all of the major players crowded around the protagonist, this time it’s just him and the Hotsuin siblings, with Miyako on the left and Yamato on the right, the former being a new edition for Break Record.
Beyond that, Atlus released a new trailer featuring some of the new story elements that players can expect to find injected into the game. Catch that below.
The latest set of Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker character clips introduce Jungo Torii, Airi Ban, and Ronaldo Kuriki.
Jungo is a chef living in Nagoya who is often quiet and gentle, and values peace and friendship, but enters a trance-like rage when hes ees that his friends are being threatened. Airi is a bright and lively first year high school girl living in Nagoya, who is often not afraid to provide her frank opinions on matters or people. And Ronaldo is a detective living in Nagoya and a firm believer of justice and protecting the weak.
Watch the clips below. Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker is due out for 3DS on January 29 in Japan and early 2015 in North America.
This week’s Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Break Record clips introduce characters Keita Wakui and Hinako Kujyo.
Keita is a second year high school student who lives in Osaka. He’s a member of the boxing club and a regular player for the inter-high school team. He’s not the type to cozy up to others, but while he prefers his lone wolf-type lifestyle, he is still friendly at his core.
Hinako is a dancer who lives in Osaka. She was born into a distinguished family of traditional Japanese dance and has been studying the variety of dance around the world. She is an older sister-type character with a strong sense of justice.
Watch both trailers below. The game is due out for 3DS in Japan on January 29 and in North America in early 2015.