The European release of Devil Survivor Overclocked is one step closer to being fixed. Publisher Ghostlight has submitted a patch to Nintendo.
There’s currently no release date set for the patch, as it first depends on Nintendo’s approval. On the bright side, Ghostlight says they haven’t found any new issues with the game.
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It’s not uncommon to see game scripts and content toned down for North American audiences. References to things of a sexual nature no matter how light are often edited to something more innocent, but in an odd twist, it’s the European script for Fire Emblem Awakening that’s the one to cut out the suggestive stuff.
In the European version of the game, a conversation about breasts between the characters Tharja and Nowi instead goes into a discussion about… hair.
It will be interesting to see what other changes have been made to the game in its trip over to Europe.
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Nintendo is releasing a luscious hot pink 3DS XL guaranteed to make Barbie’s Glam Convertible jealous in the U.K. on May 31.
In a separate announcement, the company also unveiled the “So Many Games!” promotion for Europe. By registering any three of the following 3DS games on Club Nintendo before June 30, you can redeem a download code for one of the remaining titles on the list:
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate
- Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate (Nintendo 3DS Version)
- Luigi’s Mansion 2
- Fire Emblem: Awakening
- LEGO CITY Undercover: The Chase Begins
- Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
- Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Nintendo came out strong with the latest Nintendo Directs. We have info on a new Yoshi’s Island and Zelda 3DS game, confirmation on the Animal Crossing 3DS XL for North America and Europe, the Wii U Spring update and EarthBound on the North American Virtual Console.
Iwata could have just announced that last bit and it would have been an amazing presentation, but he just kept on piling on the good news.
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Even with the delays, the European release of Devil Survivor Overclocked managed to ship with a couple of game-breaking bugs that weren’t present in the Japanese or North American releases.
Users report that the game hangs when they attempt to summon demons during battle and freezes when they encounter an auction house seller who lies about stats.
Publisher Ghostlight Games have acknowledged the issues and are looking for a fix.
In the meantime, they advise players to let the game continue to run for three to five minutes if they come across the demon summoning bug. Apparently, the game will resume after a set amount of time.
As for the auction house issue, they simply recommend saving right before entering.
When asked about whether they plan to release a fix via patch or a re-release, a representative for Ghostlight said, “We’re still investigating our options around patching it and will let you know more as soon as we are able.”No comments
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked‘s release date is getting changed (again), but don’t worry, it’s a good one this time.
Publisher Ghostlight Games is releasing the game one week earlier than originally planned, which means Overclocked will now be out across Europe on March 29 instead of April 5.No comments
This date’s for real this time. Seriously. We promise.
Publisher Ghostlight Games lists the game’s release for April 5 and it’s priced at £34.99 (≈ $53). Pre-orders from the company’s online shop will come with a free A1-sized double-sided poster.
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Agatsuma Entertainment is publishing Code of Princess in Europe, but unfortunately, the game won’t see a physical release.
An Agatsuma employee confirmed a digital-only release in a customer support email:
Thank you very much for your interest in our title; Code of Princess!
Yes, we will be releasing the title as OUR title through Nintendo eShop ONLY.
We are still working on. So, please be patient. Thank you very much for your interest, again!
AGATSUMA ENTERTAINMENT Co.,Ltd.
A release date hasn’t been set for the European launch.
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