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‘Shin Megami Tensei’ News: Game’s 25th Anniversary Launches New Website, Twitter Comeback; See How ‘Shin Megami Tensei: Apocalypse’ Fared [REVIEW]


"Shin Megami Tensei" franchise is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its launch in the gaming world. The game developers and fans get the experience to walk down memory lane with a new website dedicated to showcasing the game's progress and development through those years. In addition to this, "Shin Megami Tensei's twitter account is back.

In a post from Gematsu, "Shin Megami Tensei" just made its first tweet saying: The "Shin Megami Tensei" series 25th-anniversary project has begun. A special [website] has been opened. We [have] also renewed this account for the 25th anniversary[.] Please look forward to more updates. Everyone, please take care of us in 2017.

"Shin Megami Tensei" website banners the 25th-anniversary logo containing the roman numerals, I, II, III, and IV. This is the mainlines of "Shin Megami Tensei" game series that have been release in 1992, 1994, 2003, and 2013, respectively.

Meanwhile, "Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse" has garnered varied reactions and reviews from fans. To sum up, according to Metro News' review, "Shin Megami Tensei IV" has several cons:

  • The games core systems remains untouched for decades
  • Lack depth in the characters
  • The moral decision has leveled down compared to its original version.
  • Low tech graphics

"Shin Megami Tensei" Pro Reviews:            

  • New improvement laid in Combat Mode, Demon Interaction, and Fusion
  • Pace story is better
  • Better User Interface
  • Wonderful Art Design and Monsters

All in all, "Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse" bears improvement previously held by players. Altus has finally picked up the gamers complaints and integrated it in the latest "Shin Megami Tensei" for improvement. Though it is still far from the "Final Fantasy" status, the game has finally made changes while keeping updated and alive for over 25 years already.


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