Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster

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Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster
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About Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster

About this game

Reawaken your inner demon in a modernized version of the acclaimed ATLUS classic, Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster.

What begins as a normal day in Tokyo turns out to be everything but, when the Conception – an ethereal apocalypse – is invoked. The remains of the world are swallowed by chaos, as a demonic revolution descends into a broken city. Caught between a battle of Gods and demons, the choices you make can bring life, rebirth, or death, and determine who triumphs.

This genre-defining, infamously punishing RPG is back and now includes:

  • Remastered 3D models and backgrounds
  • Additional difficulty settings
  • Suspend save -- save your progress whenever you need!
  • Voiced audio -- choose between Japanese and English VO
  • Steam Achievements and Trading Cards

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85 / 100
"While Nocturne itself is a masterpiece that deserved better in a lot of ways, Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster is well worth experiencing with its sublime combat,...
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"Despite all the love we have for the original material, it is unfortunately impossible for us to recommend this remaster of Shin Megami Tensei 3 at full price. If some efforts...
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"Unfortunately, this HD Remaster version does not do justice to the original game with a technique that leaves much to be desired. If some additions make the experience more...
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HD “Remaster”

ARandomGuy231
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Nocturne was originally released in 2003 for the PS2. So a port to modern hardware obviously won’t look spectacular. Branding this game a “Remaster” is simply false. It’s a port, and a bad one. Which is a shame, because the game is really good. The game functions fine and is playable however the music quality is compressed, cutscenes are still 4:3 with some weird upscaling and the frame rate is capped at 30fps. Atlus basically just grabbed the PS2 version, ported it to Unity and increased the screen resolution. One thing I found quite amusing, is that the vending machines in the game have the Atlus logo on them, the Atlus logo has changed since 2003 so you know what they did? They updated the logos, which is a nice touch, but LEFT THE TEXTURES AT THE SAME RESOLUTION!! It's clear that Atlus put zero love or actual effort into making this "remaster". The game is great, but it’s just not worth the price. Wait for it to be at LEAST 30% off before you even consider buying this.
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Actual Human
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Don't let people who are upset the port not having enough love put into it stop you from actually playing the game. Nocturne is an amazing game. The rough edges of the original game have been smoothed out by skill selection and the internet. It's an amazing experience that should not be ignored. Use to like RPGs but now get bored with them? Does the story feel bogged down or it's too easy? Nocturne is minimal (yet engaging) story and all crunch. Press-turn, buff/debuff, elemental weaknesses, insta-kills that actually are useful. Amazing. Yes, you could emulate and mod it. I'm not sure what the scene has done, but I'm sure you can get a comparable experience. However, if you know that buying a game will get you to actually play it, the remaster is for you.
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Jeandalf
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That game isnt a classic for nothing. This is the hardcore Rated M version of pokemon. Collect demons, fuse them, destroy god.
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Apriarcy
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I always thought Persona was good, but now I know SMT is superior.
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DarkD
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SMT3 is a great RPG with an adult/dark Pokemon feel. Not much has changed if you already played it back on the PS2 but if you haven't, it became a cult classic for a reason.
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Gs
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It was ok for a game I guess. 👍
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Old 2010 Review

Jarin Jove
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Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne is widely recognized as one of the best in Atlus’s Shin Megami Tensei series. It is known for its harsh, unforgiving, and mature atmosphere. The game itself delves into numerous philosophical concepts and demonstrates the desperation of the human mind in dire conditions where survival is crucial. This is an M-rated and mature game so if you have squeamish noisy parents, I don’t recommend purchasing this game. Part of the issue is that this game blatantly expresses religion in an unfavorable manner and among the six different endings; you can decide to go toward two distinct demonic paths. Plot: Perhaps one of the most enchanting and intriguing plots in any role-playing game, ever. It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne is a landmark game that reaches into new innovative story elements to create a wondrous experience. You are a human who has survived the apocalyptic end of the world and you’ve been forced into becoming a half-demon. Your goal? Reshape the world as you see fit by joining a particular philosophical belief system or abandon that to destroy the chance for the world’s rebirth for a different goal. As you progress through the wasteland of the fallen remains of human civilization, you encounter other survivors who will eventually give you their philosophical doctrines (they’re called “Reasons” in the game) on what they believe to be the ideal utopian vision of what the new world should become. If you agree with their assessments, then new story options are open to you later in the game and you can change which side you choose to defend during different climaxes within the story. The story itself takes a fairly linear route but you will, in the end, decide on what course of action you will take and whom you wish to side with. The game examines your choices and your ending in the final dungeon will be based on your choices and responses throughout the game. Overall, one of the best experiences that I’ve had. Gameplay: One of the best turn-based gameplay mechanics ever created. You, the main character, choose from different “Magatama” which change your stats, strengths and weaknesses, and what skills you can inherit. Story-wise, Magatamas’ are essentially demon cores that you ingest for different skillsets and powers. The game has twenty-five Magatamas in all. Through the personal selection of skills and stats, that you can choose and boost at your whim, you can create any type of Hero...
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