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With an all new story and cast, an expanded roster of demons to manage, vastly expanded party interaction, an all new soundtrack from composer Kenji Ito, plus a host of refinements and improvements over its predecessor, Devil Survivor 2 delivers everything fans loved about the first game: an intense narrative with multiple endings based on player actions, the beautiful visuals and sounds the SMT series is renowned for, the addicting challenge of collecting, customizing, auctioning, and fusing every last demon in the game, and much more.
What if You Could See People's Deaths Before They Happened? The spread of a mysterious website that offers a preview of people's deaths, and the great calamity that suddenly strikes Japan - mere coincidence, or part of something larger?
Recruit your party and build bonds Recruit Your Party, Build Bonds Adding tons of dimension to traditional party mechanics, players recruit new members to their team and then invest time into developing relationships with them. The closer the connection, the more effective they'll be in battle.
Collect, Customize, Barter and Fuse Every Last Demon! Endlessly addicting, the task of discovering and enlisting new demons to aid you in battle is a staple of the Shin Megami Tensei universe.
Learn more about Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2
Pros: solid strat-rpg that is mostly the same as the first (didn't fix what wasn't broken) they added a social link system to unlock more monsters and your buddies can assist you in various ways in battle the more they like you. More forgiving difficulty wise over the first
Cons: the main story isn't nearly as compelling as the first and takes awhile to get going. Its also very slow to start and seems to push the whole anarchy and chaos thing aside to focus on introducing characters and groups. It takes 4 days in the game's story before it starts pushing the story in any direction.
Other Thoughts: Despite my misgivings on this game's story, I'm still really enjoying it. I've read some people say this game is the inverse of Devil Survivor 1 where that game started out really hard and got easier near the end while DS2 starts easy and gets hard. I haven't beaten this game yet, but as long as it doesn't get stupid hard at the end, that isn't true. There's a trick to the Devil Survivor games and that is favor your main character for exp gain. The sorts of monsters you can create are dependant on his level. As long as you have him high level and go into battle with high ranking monsters with traits that worki n your favor, you are set. Also, Chaos/Evil Wave + Double Up is still a useful broken combination when it comes to beating up enemies.
If you haven't played it, I'd recommend getting the first game as well.
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