Originally releasing in 2009 on the Nintendo DS, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor arrived in America and Japan to much critical acclaim; having achieved a solid 84/100 on its Metacritic page, with only one of twenty-eight publications’ reviews awarding a less-than-positive review.
While Devil Survivor never made it to European shores, Ghostlight have announced today that its sequel (released last year in Japan; February in North America) is being localised for a release in PAL regions.
And, for those of you who never had the chance to play the original, the second Shin Megami Tensei game with a now-confirmed European release is Devil Survivor Overclocked for the Nintendo 3DS – an “expanded and enhanced” remake of the original Devil Survivor which adds voice acting to the entirety of the game’s narrative, an extra chapter to the story, and remastered hand drawn artwork which is said to benefit from the 3DS’s higher resolution screen greatly.
What do you European RPG fans say? Are you glad to finally be able to get your hands on Devil Survivor and its sequel without having to import the game from America?