Shin Megami Tensei IV: Final (2016)

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In post-apocalyptic Tokyo in the year 203X, a Hunter cadet, whose default name is Nanashi, is killed by demons on a routine supply run. In the afterlife, a demon named Dagda offers to ... See full summary »


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13 April 2017 | residentgrigo
| A separate and very sizable entry
Shin Megami Tensei 4: Apocalypse is both a parallel story and a sequel to the original, so it's comparable to a standalone add-on. The story has the usual problems the main SMT entries have. The interesting themes are drowned out in an over the top plot that can never stop to breath and acknowledge the world changing implications. The main cast is also sparingly juvenile but the presentation itself is rock solid, if I forget that Japanese VAs are again not an option. The gameplay has been streamlined quite a bit over the years but fans will again feel right at home. My favorite feature is that the demon fusion function automatically suggests you the best combinations and the combat is as tactical and challenging as it ever was. A bit more forgiving too. My biggest gripe, besides the forgettable story, are the last 2 acts /dungeons. Both drag on a sizable game to an unreasonable degree. Especial the final dungeon, which is the usual floating labyrinth hardened JRPG fans have come to fear over the decades. No more… This is unsurprisingly a must buy for SMT fans but newcomers should try out some of the better known spin-offs first. 8/10

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20 September 2016


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