Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster (Switch)
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- Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne takes place in a post-apocalyptic Tokyo filled with gods and demons
- Added difficulty settings included to accommodate players of all sorts of skill levels
- Remastered 3D models bring a fresh appearance to this ATLUS classic game
- Voiced audio comes in Japanese or English options to choose your ideal experience
- Chronicle Edition mode features Raidou Kuzunoha in an alternate branch
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- Game Cartridge
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Of the 135 reviewers who responded, 131 would recommend this product.
- Shin Megami TENSEI III and V- January 8, 2022
This game should be illegal because of how addicting it is if part five is any better than this signed me up I’m yours! Great game (I just love the fusion of demons) Think Adult Pokémon and what more than that needs to be said!!!!!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Shin megami nocturne 4- May 28, 2021
The game came in perfect condition and come right on the day of release.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A Great Game Held Back By A Poor Remaster- September 9, 2021
Long loading screens, bad ost compression and glitches plauge this release. Washed out shadows, and you have to pay for the dlc. Some animations drop the framerate to single digits. The PS4 release isn't much better but it does have better loading screens and better framerate. The story is one of the best in the SMT franchise, if you haven't played the game, then even with the issues I listed above, you should play this game, SMT is a turn based demon collecting game that is hard as nails. It breaks conventional tropes in the sense that you are always sacrificing your demons for stronger demons instead of collecting a team early on and training them through the rest of the game. Give this game a chance even if you get the PC version with mod support.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fantastic JRPG for the Hardcore- August 11, 2021
I played this on the PlayStation 2 originally, so I knew what I was in for. This turn-based Japanese role-playing game can be relentless in terms of difficulty, particularly with certain boss fights. That said, there is an easier difficulty that is available, which should still make this suitable for newcomers. This is great news, because I love the dark storyline that is presented here and the more people that are able to experience it, the better. One key difference between this version and the PS2 is that Dante from Devil May Cry no longer appears in cutscenes nor can he be obtained for your party unless you download the DLC (Capcom's gotta get their money after all). It's a little pricey for a remaster, but it is a lengthy RPG, so you're still getting a lot of bang for your buck.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Interesting for someone new to the game- June 12, 2021
My first SMT game was SMTIV, so that colors my perception a great deal. This game just feels old. It may be a "remaster", but the game still looks PS2 era to me and has the same amount of player unfriendliness. Limited save points, no recording of weaknesses, can only fuse in certain locations, ect. I am interested to continue playing it, but it shows its age in a way I think they could have fixed. Not so much a "remaster" as a "re-release"No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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