History VideoGame / ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne

30th May '16 12:42:41 AM matteste
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** The ([[LongSongShortScene very underused]]) Amala Network battle theme is quite close to the battle theme from the first game as well (particularly the [=PS1=] version).

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** The ([[LongSongShortScene very underused]]) Amala Network battle theme is quite close to the a remix of a battle theme from the first game as well (particularly the [=PS1=] version).''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIf''.
29th May '16 6:50:24 PM nombretomado
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** The ([[LongSongShortScene very underused]]) Amala Network battle theme is quite close to the battle theme from the first game as well (particularly the PS1 version).

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** The ([[LongSongShortScene very underused]]) Amala Network battle theme is quite close to the battle theme from the first game as well (particularly the PS1 [=PS1=] version).
20th May '16 4:46:40 PM nombretomado
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This game is a must-buy for any {{RPG}} enthusiast looking for a greater challenge than your average game and change from traditional fantasy settings. From the ruins of Vortex World Tokyo to the eclectic demon designs and the awesome rock/techno music of Shoji Meguro, there's just no other game like it. Though physical copies are now hard to come by, the game has hit the [=PlayStation=] Network Store, but only for the PlayStation3.

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This game is a must-buy for any {{RPG}} enthusiast looking for a greater challenge than your average game and change from traditional fantasy settings. From the ruins of Vortex World Tokyo to the eclectic demon designs and the awesome rock/techno music of Shoji Meguro, there's just no other game like it. Though physical copies are now hard to come by, the game has hit the [=PlayStation=] Network Store, but only for the PlayStation3.
UsefulNotes/PlayStation3.
14th May '16 11:41:39 AM bussybabe
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* PortingDisaster: The PAL port of the game has numerous freezing glitches when played at 50hz, the solution is to play it at 60hz but even then it can freeze during [[spoiler: the True Demon Ending]].
20th Mar '16 11:33:51 AM Materioptikon
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* {{Bizarrchitecture}}: The Obelisk/Tower of Kagutsuchi and the Diet Building.
3rd Mar '16 12:08:52 AM matteste
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* HopeBringer: Deconstructed with Aradia. She brings hope to those who seek it, but that is all she can. The hope she brings is shallow and hollow and causes those under her to stop trying to make things for themselves, blind in the hope she gave them.
15th Feb '16 12:34:55 AM Eagal
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* AllMythsAreTrue

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* AllMythsAreTrueAllMythsAreTrue: Demons take the form of gods and other beings from a variety of real world religions.



* AwesomeButImpractical: Dante. He rips through random encounters like a pro, but by the time you can recruit him the only real challenges left in the game are {{Bonus Boss}}es [[spoiler:Metatron and Lucifer]], and Dante lacks the Pierce skill that's practically required to beat the latter. Furthermore, you can't use him in fusion, can't use the Compendium to retrieve him in a NewGamePlus, and can't dismiss him from your party. This pretty much makes him useless in comparison with Raidou, his SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute who has better stats ''and'' learns Pierce.
15th Feb '16 12:32:19 AM Eagal
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This game is a must-buy for any {{RPG}} enthusiast looking for a greater challenge than your average game and change from traditional fantasy settings. From the ruins of Vortex World Tokyo to the eclectic demon designs and the awesome rock/techno music of Shoji Meguro, there's just no other game like it. Though physical copies are now hard to come by, the game has hit the [=PlayStation=] Network Store.

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This game is a must-buy for any {{RPG}} enthusiast looking for a greater challenge than your average game and change from traditional fantasy settings. From the ruins of Vortex World Tokyo to the eclectic demon designs and the awesome rock/techno music of Shoji Meguro, there's just no other game like it. Though physical copies are now hard to come by, the game has hit the [=PlayStation=] Network Store.
Store, but only for the PlayStation3.
13th Feb '16 12:12:55 PM GrammarNavi
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The third [[NumberedSequel numbered sequel]] in the main ''ShinMegamiTensei'' [=JRPG=] series, and the first since ''Shin Megami Tensei II'' in 1994. It was released for the PlayStation2 in Japan in February 2003, in America in October 2004 and in Europe in July 2005. It was released as a Playstation 2 Classic on the Playstation Network on May 6, 2014.

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The third [[NumberedSequel numbered sequel]] in the main ''ShinMegamiTensei'' [=JRPG=] series, and the first since ''Shin Megami Tensei II'' in 1994. It was released for the PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 in Japan in February 2003, in America in October 2004 and in Europe in July 2005. It was released as a Playstation [=PlayStation=] 2 Classic on the Playstation Network UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork on May 6, 2014.



This game is a must-buy for any {{RPG}} enthusiast looking for a greater challenge than your average game and change from traditional fantasy settings. From the ruins of Vortex World Tokyo to the eclectic demon designs and the awesome rock/techno music of Shoji Meguro, there's just no other game like it. Though physical copies are now hard to come by, the game has hit the Playstation Network Store.

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This game is a must-buy for any {{RPG}} enthusiast looking for a greater challenge than your average game and change from traditional fantasy settings. From the ruins of Vortex World Tokyo to the eclectic demon designs and the awesome rock/techno music of Shoji Meguro, there's just no other game like it. Though physical copies are now hard to come by, the game has hit the Playstation [=PlayStation=] Network Store.



*** [[NoExportForYou Only in Japan]] because Sony shot down the idea of porting that edition to the PlaystationPortable for Western audiences early on in the update process.

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*** [[NoExportForYou Only in Japan]] because Sony shot down the idea of porting that edition to the PlaystationPortable UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable for Western audiences early on in the update process.
19th Jan '16 11:28:30 AM Willbyr
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** By [[MegamiTensei [=MegaTen=]]] standards, the Demi-fiend is among the most powerful entities to exist. It practically justifies [[spoiler:his [[PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo cameo]] as being an [[ThatOneBoss excruciatingly difficult]] BonusBoss]] in Digital Devil Saga and an event boss in IMAGINE.

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** By [[MegamiTensei [=MegaTen=]]] [=MegaTen=] standards, the Demi-fiend is among the most powerful entities to exist. It practically justifies [[spoiler:his [[PreviousPlayerCharacterCameo cameo]] as being an [[ThatOneBoss excruciatingly difficult]] BonusBoss]] in Digital Devil Saga and an event boss in IMAGINE.



* GodIsEvil: [[spoiler:His endless cycle of creating and destroying Earth is more or less genocide to billions and billions of humans]]. Notably, this is among the last times God is portrayed as card-carryingly evil or overly lawful in [[MegamiTensei [=MegaTen=]]]; his portrayals in games after this are a bit more sympathetic and understandable.

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* GodIsEvil: [[spoiler:His endless cycle of creating and destroying Earth is more or less genocide to billions and billions of humans]]. Notably, this is among the last times God is portrayed as card-carryingly evil or overly lawful in [[MegamiTensei [=MegaTen=]]]; [=MegaTen=]; his portrayals in games after this are a bit more sympathetic and understandable.



* InfinityPlusOneSword: The Masakados magatama. Subverts some elements in that, this being [[MegamiTensei [=MegaTen=]]], it is pretty ''damn'' useful even as late as you get it. With it on, you become TheJuggernaut stoppable only by a barrage of Almighty attacks. That having been said, Kagutsuchi and [[spoiler: Lucifer]] are still more than powerful enough to ruin your day even with Masakados equipped.

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* InfinityPlusOneSword: The Masakados magatama. Subverts some elements in that, this being [[MegamiTensei [=MegaTen=]]], [=MegaTen=], it is pretty ''damn'' useful even as late as you get it. With it on, you become TheJuggernaut stoppable only by a barrage of Almighty attacks. That having been said, Kagutsuchi and [[spoiler: Lucifer]] are still more than powerful enough to ruin your day even with Masakados equipped.



* {{Nintendo Hard}}: It's a [[MegamiTensei [=MegaTen=]]] game. OF COURSE IT'S HARD!

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* {{Nintendo Hard}}: It's a [[MegamiTensei [=MegaTen=]]] [=MegaTen=] game. OF COURSE IT'S HARD!



* NumberOfTheBeast: The final floor of the Tower of Kagutsuchi is the 666th floor. Beelzebub is given this number in HP when fused, per MegaTen tradition. And then there's the Tomb of Yomi in the Labyrinth of Amala's 666th basement.

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* NumberOfTheBeast: The final floor of the Tower of Kagutsuchi is the 666th floor. Beelzebub is given this number in HP when fused, per MegaTen [=MegaTen=] tradition. And then there's the Tomb of Yomi in the Labyrinth of Amala's 666th basement.



** Although given the MegaTen God, AntiVillain [[VillainProtagonist Protagonist]] seems more appropriate. And to be fair, said demon is of the belief that "[[HumansAreTheRealMonsters humans are cruel]]."

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** Although given the MegaTen [=MegaTen=] God, AntiVillain [[VillainProtagonist Protagonist]] seems more appropriate. And to be fair, said demon is of the belief that "[[HumansAreTheRealMonsters humans are cruel]]."
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