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Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse

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ESRB Rating: M (Mature) i
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Debuting as the top seller for its launch in Japan, Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse is headed to the Americas. The story of Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse depicts the remnants of Tokyo, ravaged by a catastrophe. Demons and humans co-exist, but in this state, the remnants of humankind are just a prize being fought over by the higher deities. One lone Hunter, the game's protagonist, meets an early demise and through a pact with a lesser god, is brought back to life in exchange for his pledge of servitude. From there, the protagonist allies with other Hunters in the ruins of post-apocalyptic Tokyo beginning a plot that crosses over with the events of the original Shin Megami Tensei IV.

An Epic Storyline That Allows You to Decide the Fate of Mankind

The Shin Megami Tensei series, known for exploring the tenuous symbiosis between man and deity, reaches deeper than ever in Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, as the band of main characters must decide which side of peace or anarchy they are on.

Demons Aplenty

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse has nearly 450 demons to fight, fuse, or recruit to player parties, with demons from a wide selection of cultures and religions.

Fuse for Affinities

Demon fusion, combining two or more demons to form a more powerful one, is one of the cornerstones of Shin Megami Tensei games. Now, demons will have affinities for certain skills, giving players more decisions to make about which skills fused demons will inherit.

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The game features English voice-overs and English text.

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5.0 Verified Purchaser
Smt IV with an anime-esque twist
Anonymous
1 year ago
A great game with an emotionally compelling story, though it lacks the moral depth of many other smt entries it is a great take that I would recommend picking up
Length of ownership: 1 month
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This Game is Incredible!
Anonymous
1 year ago
This game is incredible if you like RPGs that do not follow the mold of a standard RPG. It can be incredibly difficult or very easy depending on whether you have an understanding of its mechanics. I am currently playing it, and I am enjoying every minute of it. If you want to play an RPG that stands out from other series such as Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest, give this game a shot. If you decide to get this game, it would be easier to understand the plot if you have played Shin Megami Tensei IV to completion beforehand.
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Gods are snarky when you die
DuckyDoom
1 year ago
Aged well. Decent graphics, traditional battle system (turn based) makes things easy to manage. Art style is eye catching and fun. Controls are easy to learn but melding and creating personas can be a bit tricky and frustrating when under leveled. Be prepared to die a lot. Exploration is limited but rewarding to go back to.
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Love it as much as the original
One Winged Angel
2 years ago
SMT IV Apocalypse is very much like the original, if you've played the original you will be at home. The battle system does make things a bit different, as Hama and Mudo now deal damage rather than being only hit-or-miss insta kill, and among other skills have bonus effects when Smirking. Magic attacks can now get critical hits, but this can be a problem for you in the first few hours in the game when you don't have demons that Null elements - you bring ones that only resist it, and the enemy essentially gets a free Press Turn for doing nothing extra. I highly recommend playing SMT IV first before playing IV Apocalypse. IV is regarded as more difficult, but Apocalypse isn't exactly a cake walk either. Same deal here, strike demons on the map to enter a battle, pick up relics in the world, and find the next boss. Maybe it's just me, but the world map in Apocalypse seems to be less of a pain to navigate as the one in IV. Many people in the fandom regard Apocalypse as more "Persona-like" and tend to dislike it for that, but the fact is that the similarity is only story-deep. The gameplay is still that of SMT IV. Your Partners get an assist gauge that lets them release an attack, which is comparable to Persona games's All-out attacks, but , that's about the limit of the similarities.
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JRPG
Alegrev47
2 years ago
best jrpg better then persona why play the spin-off if you can play the main
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Best DS game ever!
Mahza
2 years ago
An amazing game with a very in depth story and massive world. I can't believe I've had a DS for so many years and never played these games!
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Excellent game
Andyfire
3 years ago
I didn't expect the pins. Though the gameplay is great. Atlas did good on this one. The characters and voice acting are top notch. Still playing it but I'm having a lot of fun
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Great JRPG
Charliekanijo
3 years ago
I love the shin megami tensei series and the spinoffs, this is just more of the same goodness that this series brings. A must play if you like atlus games or jrpgs
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Wonderful Game
Hououin Kyouma
3 years ago
An amazing direct sequel to SMT IV, and a must-play for ATLUS fans new or old. One of ATLUS's finest works.
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One for the records
Tacobell_The_Anime
4 years ago
Quite a while ago I had played Shin Megumi Tense IV for the 3DS. I was thoroughly impressed. Now after playing SMT IV: Apocalypse, I can say that the game defied all expectations and I consider it one of the best games for the 3DS. If you happen to own a 3DS, you must get this game.
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