Shin Megami Tensei IV artist Masayuki Doi and Dragon’s Crown artist George Kamitani will both be at E3 to sign prints for attendees and Atlus wants you to choose which ones they should make.
The poll is open to everyone subscribed to the company’s “Atlus Faithful” newsletter, but you can also click on the posted links to vote for your favorite print. However, not being on Atlus’ mailing list eliminates you from winning one of the twelve signed prints they plan to give away in the future.
Solid Snake’s not the only one who can pull off the cardboard box look. The protagonist for Shin Megami Tensei IV can get an in-game outfit modeled after Amazon’s iconic packaging with copies pre-ordered from the online retailer.
The offer extends to existing pre-orders, so don’t worry about not getting it if you’ve already put in your order.
Shin Megami Tensei IV comes out on July 16. The first print editions will come with a 176-page strategy and art book, a Shin Megami Tensei Music Collection CD and a collectible slipcase.
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Atlus is working on Etrian Odyssey: Millennium Girl, a 3DS remake the first Etrian Odyssey. According to the latest issue of Famitsu, the game will place a bigger emphasis on story rather than party customization.
Instead of creating your own characters, you will take control of a main character and follow a scripted storyline based on the original game. The game starts with your character, a young man working for a guild in Etria, bumping into a mysterious, gun-toting girl with amnesia.
As you continue playing, additional party members will join up with you. However, unlike the original game, you won’t be able to choose their classes.
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Just like how the first Devil Survivor got Devil Survivor: Overclocked, Atlus announced to attendees at a preview event that Devil Survivor 2 will be getting Devil Survivor 2: Break Code this summer in Japan.
Details are still scarce, but an enhanced port for the 3DS, Break Code will introduce new characters and story elements.
The game will officially be announced in the March 28 issue of Famitsu.
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The appearance of the protagonist in Shin Megami Tensei IV changes depending on what he’s wearing. While not a new feature to the MegaTen series (Persona 4 Golden had multiple in-battle costumes) or RPGs in general, it’s a nice little touch that adds a bit more personality to a character.
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Atlus’ latest trailer for Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan introduces us to the Runemaster, the go-to class if you want powerful wide-range magic attacks and elemental buffs and debuffs.
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Missed out on the entire Etrian Odyssey series or just looking to fill in a missing spot in your collection? Amazon has restocked all three games in the series, saving you from having to hunt them down and possibly paying inflated prices.
This comes just a month before the North American release of Etrian Odyssey IV, the first 3DS entry, which comes out February 26.
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A demo for Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan will be available in the 3DS eShop starting February 7, publisher Atlus announced.
The demo appears to give players plenty to do, giving them access to the game’s intro, Old Forest Mine dungeon, Windy Plains skyship area and Lush Woodlands dungeon. Side-missions and other features like QR code exchange will also be available.
Making things even better, just like with the Japanese demo, your progress can be transferred to the full version of the game when it comes out on February 26.
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