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This game is underrated because of its franchise name, Shin Megami Tensei. No one gets it. Not all people understands the game's mechanics and let their emotions rate it for them. Not for people who's not a people. 9/10
Aldrin Dennis Dela Pena (Drine)
I play persona and Shin megami series, just need to rebalance and fix some minor bugs also in arena enemy player demon skills should not be seen cause you have a slight hint of that demon has immunity attributes put on it or what attacks he/she has learned. Unable to seen such mechanics makes it more challenging and of course attributes are already hide unless you already memorize all the demon attributes resist, weakness, null effects or have simply wikia. Still nice game that lurks alot of P2W no hope for Arena to be top without slapping your wallet to SEGA.
While waiting for smt v it is not bad at all to play smt mobile, it was a good rpg for mobile phone for fans or new comer welcome to the world of shin megami tensei XD Tbh sega is one of the developer that keep their mobile game for a long time so its good investation if you play it.
played shin megaten and persona games since PS2, NDS, PSP, and 3DS, and loved all of them. this mobile game version is good and pretty much close to the traditional SMT gameplay... the graphics itself is great for a mobile game standard. but sometimes this game is just feels too grindy and time consuming. some limited gacha demons is just too unbalanced and OP. if you don't lucky enough to get certain OP demons, just don't expect too much on PvP. just play casually and you'll probably be fine and not too salty. also the story is not that good by shin megami tensei standard. it's just too boring and bland, very generic, I feel the story doesn't have the megaten charm that made me hooked on the franchise.
One of the best games in the store , what can i say more to do it justice? Pros 3D models are soooo GOOD They keep adding new content and new stuff to do Amazing collaborations I have been playing persona since the 1st one in ps1 and i don't think i will stop in the near future Demon's from all the game's old one's new one's Great event's Con's None honestly some would argue about the gacha rate but i think they are fine
The cost of fusion 5* demon is ridiculously expensive. do not to forget all the useless event which give you same reward all over again. You must dedicate your life 100% to this game if you want to get your awesome 5* demon because you it will take a long long time and it is quite tedious. For people who busy with their real life prepare a lot of money for this game. If you do not do that you will get left behind
So i used to play this game a couple of years ago (about two) and two weeka ago I decided to reinstall this game and see how its been. I must say this is probably one of my favorite gacha mobile games. I am a big fan of the smt series and this scratches my smt itch. Decent story, good gameplay, good graphics on the demons, the music is also pretty good. If you've never played this game and not sure if you want to try it, please do cause it's a pretty fun game
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for shin megami game's fan played lot's smt game's on many consoles my fav ps2 one playing demi fiend boy with party demon's this mobile shin megami brought me back memories amazing in every way battles music moves fusion demon's cross event's extra story etc makes it perfect fun game for evrey smt fans out there hope for more demons future updates no need pay reall money be good love this game would give it 10/5 evreything if icould
I just downloaded the game it seems awsome I may have never played a persona game but this is a good alternative at least for now only time will tell.
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