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Compatible with Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)
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Devil Survivor: Overclock

Devil Survivor: Overclock


Atlus
Compatible with Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)

For JPN/Asian systems only.
NTSC
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Compatible With Nintendo 3DS™ (3DS)
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features

  • Enhanced and Remastered Overclocked's story, initially hailed for its originality, is now fullyvoiced, bringing the narrative to life like never before. Beautifully remastered hand drawn artwork and character portraits benefit from the 3DS's improved screens, offering players a crisper, higher fidelity experience
  • And on the Eighth Day... For Shin Megami Tensei fans, Devil Survivor Overclocked and its new Eighth Day offers them their only chance to experience a finale to the game's chilling tale of Tokyo overrun and in chaos at the hands of invading demons from another dimension
  • Acclaimed RPG/SRPG hybrid Praised for its originality and accessibility, Overclocked's combat design borrows from traditions of both RPG and strategy RPG genres, making for an entirely unique play experience and garnering acclaim from press and fans alike upon its initial release

description

Expanded and enhanced, SMT: Devil Survivor Overclocked for Nintendo 3DS builds upon what many considered one of the best RPGs of 2009. The player is presented with a novel premise: Tokyo is in full lockdown, the government's swift, coldblooded response to a surprise demon invasion. While you and your friends must solve the nature of the interdimensional rift through which the horrific creatures are entering your world, saving the world is not your highest priority; staying alive, on the other hand, is.

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further info

Original Name  デビルサバイバー オーバークロック
Official Release Date  Sep 01, 2011
Genre  RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0003409758
Catalog No.  CTR-P-ADVJ
Item Code  4984995900704
Players  1

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Average rating:  (3.5 out of 5)
Total votes:4

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keiji_nanjo (66) on 10, Nov. 2012 17:59 (HKT)
Over Clock = Upgraded.
Having gone through the first game, it was nice to experience the whole thing all over again with voice acting. Looking forward to the additional day that it has to offer.
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meetmeineleusis (11) on 08, Feb. 2012 17:19 (HKT)
Great game, but...
Good game, but if you've already played through the original there is not much going on for you here.

That said, this is the definitive version of this game. If it's you're first time playing through, it might be worth it to spend the extra money to get this version. The voice acting is very well done.

As others have said, this is NOT in 3d, which was a disappointment to even a hard-core MegaTen fan such as myself.

Waiting for the Persona title to come out on this system and hoping Atlus does us a solid and actually releases it in 3d.
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NishiuraHTMSD (86) on 13, Dec. 2011 13:21 (HKT)

expensive, and not even in 3D although it was released in Nintendo 3DS. The gameplay is so-so for me.
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micah2 (6) on 05, Oct. 2011 04:29 (HKT)
NOT 3D, not greatly expanded
I was not aware when I bought this game that there is no 3D content to speak of. Why port this to the 3DS, then? Why not simply release the expanded version for the DS, so that (a) many more customers can enjoy it, and (b) you can play any version of the cart on any region's system?

Fans of the game may well be excited by this somewhat expanded re-release (especially the added voice acting), but, well, dammit, when I order a 3DS game, I expect that there'll be at least a moderate amount of 3D content. This was fairly lazy work on Atlus's part.

No matter how great a game Sony's ICO and Shadow of the Colossus were, would we have been happy if its PS3 port had remained graphically identical to the PS2 original? Then why should we be happy about a barely-touched port of a DS game to the 3DS?
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