Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Part Seven

March 4, 2013: Them’s the Pits – Literally
Fornax has one-way doors and some pits.
The sector looks kinda cool, but seems to have human silhouettes on the walls…

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Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Part Six: Sinful

February 18, 2013: Arachnes are kinda sexy. Wait – where the hell are their strings coming from?
If you have Kurama Tengu, you can get some high-level fusions with him.

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Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Part Five

January 8, 2012: What do demons do with Macca, anyway?
I dunno where to go. Apparently, I have to fumble about in pitch-black hallways (not a problem with the Visualizer), which aren’t mapped, and use escalator tiles to get to the next area. RRRRRR

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Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Part Three

November 5, 2011: I don’t care much for Jack Frost in this game… ho. His punches lack punch. Ho.

Finally fused High Pixie and Moh Shavuu. Guess I better complete this sector before I run out of new stuff to summon…

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Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Part Two: In the Arms of the Angels

October 31, 2011: I found some passwords online, but to my disdain, the only that worked was “Madoka Ueno”, and I don’t even have enough Macca to summon it!

The password system was a unique way of sharing good demons between players, but the prices could be very steep indeed.

The boss of B2F Antlia is Morax.

Morax

He asks you if demons aren’t the real heroes. Your choices?

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One Bad Mother: Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Part One: Welcome to Hell

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

Developers: Atlus and Lancarse

Publisher: Atlus USA

Platform: Nintendo DS

Released (North America): March 23, 2010

Released (Japan): October 8, 2009

The early 21st century. Humanity is running out of time. An atomic collapse has occurred at the South Pole, creating a black void called the Schwarzwelt, AKA “Black World”. The United Nations has launched a joint international effort to investigate the Schwarzwelt.

That’s where you come in. You are an American member of the task force. You can set your character’s first and last names when you start the game. I named him Atton Stewart.

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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin Final Stats and Thoughts

Originally, I loved this game, despite the gameplay becoming a little exasperating/tiring. I liked the sheer number of battle options better than Persona 3‘s, although I also felt like trimming the fat was a good thing, too. I liked P3‘s characters and story better. The story in P3 feels deeper, and succeeds in reaching for its epic scope. I also wished there was voice acting throughout P2: IS, like P3. You don’t just leave Troy Baker (Eikichi), Patrick Seitz (Nyarlathotep), and Wendee Lee (Maya) lying around!

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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin Part Seven: The Wages of Sin

April 27, 2012: Damn, Maya’s father was hot!

Masataka Amano. He’s covered wars, y’know…

Masataka Amano was a war correspondent. Before Maya met the other kids and established the Masked Circle, Masataka prepared to leave Japan to cover a war. Maya made a stuffed rabbit for him and called it Mr. Bunbun, but he refused to take it. Her father told her that if she cried, Mr. Bunbun would laugh at her. Masataka told her that he would accept Mr. Bunbun when he returned home, but he died before he could make it back.

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Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 2: Innocent Sin Part Six

February 1, 2012: Leo Temple

Hades- The king of Tartarus in Greek lore.” Huh…

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