Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker headed to North America in early 2015
Atlus USA has announced that Nintendo 3DS Strategy RPG Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker (Break Record in Japan) will be heading to North America early next year. This enhanced port of 2011's SMT: Devil Survivor 2, originally on Nintendo DS, adds a full English voiceover and a new episode that expands the story.
Atlus promises that the new content nearly doubles the length of the original DS2 and can be accessed immediately from the title screen. Check out the rest of the press release below, as well as some screenshots and a debut trailer.
Main features in Record Breaker include:
- Tactical Combat with a Side of Demon Fusion -- The elements that make the Devil Survivor series great are back and better than ever with robust, turn-based strategic combat. Since the game is part of the Shin Megami Tensei franchise, fusing demons together to form a stronger army is back as a core mechanic!
- Choose Your Own Fate -- The line between life and death is razor-thin in Record Breaker. Actions have their consequences, and in the wake of the apocalypse, a wrong choice can result in the permanent death of a character. Multiple endings present the challenge of making all the right choices at the right time.
- Extra Content ATLUS is Known For -- Record Breaker expands on the original Devil Survivor 2 by nearly doubling the amount of storyline for a total of more than 100 hours of strategic game play and consuming plot, with the additional mystery of Miyako Hotsuin to unravel.
- New Personalities to Discover -- For the first time, Devil Survivor 2 is getting fully voiced English story dialogue. The voiced dialogue in both the new content and the original story gives added depth in bringing the game's characters to life from ominous beginning to dramatic end.
- Enhanced game play -- Record Breaker gives player characters new abilities, and the world is chock full of more demons to fuse.
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker will be available in early 2015 for $49.99. Atlus has also opened the official website for the title.