History VideoGame / SoulHackers

18th Jul '17 2:28:22 PM ProfessorDetective
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* UnusualUserInterface: The [=COMPs=]. The MC's is shaped like a pistol and folds out into an LCD screen and runic keyboard combo when the hammers cocked. Then there's the guitar, the saxophone, the knuckle-dusters, the parasol, and the few folks still using the Kuzunoha-style tubes. Guess just using a [[BoringButPractical regular laptop]] would have been too simple, huh?
5th Jul '17 1:40:04 PM FlameNoir
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*** A good example of this is the Pet Shop Lugh. In order to get Lugh, you need to complete an order that asks for a demon with at least 10 Int (ex. Bifrons), which gives you a Scathach; this will unlock a second request, which asks for a demon with 20 or more strength and rewards you with Lugh. Normally, a 20 STR demon is pretty hard to acquire, but you can either manipulate fusion accidents or simply use a Nemechi demon like Setanta (which can be acquired via play coins or streetpass). Fulfill the request, receive the level-51 Lugh, and watch as you annihilate bosses and rqandom encounters alike with a demon that is more than ten levels higher than your main character.

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*** A good example of this is the Pet Shop Lugh. In order to get Lugh, you need to complete an order that asks for a demon with at least 10 Int (ex. Bifrons), which gives you a Scathach; this will unlock a second request, which asks for a demon with 20 or more strength and rewards you with Lugh. Normally, a 20 STR demon is pretty hard to acquire, but you can either manipulate fusion accidents or simply use a Nemechi demon like Setanta (which can be acquired via play coins or streetpass). Fulfill the request, receive the level-51 Lugh, and watch as you annihilate bosses and rqandom random encounters alike with a demon that is more than ten levels higher than your main character.
5th Jul '17 1:38:57 PM FlameNoir
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*** A good example of this is the Pet Shop Lugh. In order to get Lugh, you need to complete the request that ask for a demon with at least 10 Mag (ex. Principality) which gives you a Scathach and a demon with 20 or more strength for Lugh itself. Normally, a 20 STR demon is pretty hard to acquire, but you can either manipulate fusion accidents or simply return the Scathach you just received. Fulfill the request, receive Lugh, and watch as you walk around with a demon that is more than ten levels higher than you are.

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*** A good example of this is the Pet Shop Lugh. In order to get Lugh, you need to complete the request an order that ask asks for a demon with at least 10 Mag Int (ex. Principality) Bifrons), which gives you a Scathach and Scathach; this will unlock a second request, which asks for a demon with 20 or more strength for Lugh itself. and rewards you with Lugh. Normally, a 20 STR demon is pretty hard to acquire, but you can either manipulate fusion accidents or simply return the Scathach you just received. use a Nemechi demon like Setanta (which can be acquired via play coins or streetpass). Fulfill the request, receive the level-51 Lugh, and watch as you walk around annihilate bosses and rqandom encounters alike with a demon that is more than ten levels higher than you are.your main character.
2nd Apr '17 12:26:44 PM nombretomado
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The original version of ''Soul Hackers'' was [[NoExportForYou never released outside of Japan]], though a fan translation is in the works from the same people who translated ''[[{{Persona2}} Persona 2: Innocent Sin]]''. However, an enhanced 3DS port was released in Japan in 2012 and North America in 2013, which included full voice acting, updated art, and other extra features.

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The original version of ''Soul Hackers'' was [[NoExportForYou never released outside of Japan]], though a fan translation is in the works from the same people who translated ''[[{{Persona2}} ''[[VideoGame/Persona2 Persona 2: Innocent Sin]]''. However, an enhanced 3DS port was released in Japan in 2012 and North America in 2013, which included full voice acting, updated art, and other extra features.
13th Mar '17 9:57:16 AM ProfessorDetective
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* BittersweetEnding: Despite the fact that the Spookies were able to defeat The Society and save all the residents of Amami City, [[spoiler:Spooky is killed in the battle against Phantom Society[[note]]In a New Game plus ending, Spooky can be saved.[[/note]] and based on the story of ''Soul Hackers: Intruder'', Amami City has been made expendable by the Japanese government due to the chaos of the Manitou Incident, forcing all the residents to completely desert the city, leaving it to rot. ''Intruder'' also confirms that Nemissa apparently survived her Heroic Sacrafice, having escaped into the Amami Network]]

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* BittersweetEnding: Despite the fact that the Spookies were able to defeat The Society and save all the residents of Amami City, [[spoiler:Spooky is killed in the battle against Phantom Society[[note]]In a New Game plus ending, Spooky can be saved.[[/note]] and based on the story of ''Soul Hackers: Intruder'', Amami City has been made expendable by the Japanese government due to the chaos of the Manitou Incident, forcing all the residents to completely desert the city, leaving it to rot. ''Intruder'' also confirms that Nemissa apparently survived her Heroic Sacrafice, HeroicSacrifice, having escaped into the Amami Network]]
13th Mar '17 9:56:18 AM ProfessorDetective
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* BittersweetEnding: Despite the fact that the Spookies were able to defeat The Society and save all the residents of Amami City, [[spoiler:Spooky is killed in the battle against Phantom Society[[note]]In a New Game plus ending, Spooky can be saved.[[/note]] and based on the story of ''Soul Hackers: Intruder'', Amami City has been made expendable by the Japanese government due to the chaos of the Manitou Incident, forcing all the residents to completely desert the city, leaving it to rot. ''Intruder'' also confirms that Nemissa apparently survived her Heroic Sacrafice, having escaped into the Amami Network]]



* BittersweetEnding: Despite the fact that the Spookies were able to defeat Manitou and save all the residents of Amami City, [[spoiler:Spooky is killed in the battle against Phantom Society[[note]]In a New Game plus ending, Spooky can be saved.[[/note]] and based from the story of Soul Hackers: Intruder, Amami City has been made expendable by the Japanese government due to the events of Soul Hackers, forcing all the residents to leave the place with the city deserted.]]
4th Sep '16 7:00:54 AM matteste
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** Ath the casino one of the attendants tell you to [[Franchise/YuGiOh believe in the heart of the cards]] when playing poker.

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** Ath At the casino one of the attendants tell you to [[Franchise/YuGiOh believe in the heart of the cards]] when playing poker.
17th Aug '16 7:20:27 AM HamburgerTime
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* BossRush: The final BonusBoss battle in the Extra Dungeon. First up is [[Videogame/DevilSummoner Kyouji Kuzunoha]], who is a pushover himself but comes with a stable of hard-hitting demons packing the strongest elemental attacks, full heals, and [[NonElemental Almighty]] moves. Next up are Gashadokuro, Mishaguji, and Yoshitsune, who are [[BreatherBoss rather less difficult]] but still have some painful attacks, including Yoshitsune's infamous [[DeathOfAThousandCuts Hassou Tobi]]. Following them are Raidou and Raido Kuzunoha with their "canon" demon team (Moh Shuvuu, Mokoi, Ippon-Datara, and Azumi) who are {{Glass Cannon}}s sporting status ailments, instant kills, HPToOne moves, and other painful techniques. Finally, there's the Soulless God Oumagatsu, who while somewhat less annoying that the Kuzunohas is a [[StoneWall giant wall of HP]] and has the ability to inflict [[ThatOneAttack Bomb]].
17th Jul '16 7:00:50 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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As of 2013, Soul Hackers consists of the original Sega Saturn game with a Playstation/[=3DS=] remake alongside a cellphone sequel released in 2007 with a shojo manga and a couple of novel adaptations.

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As of 2013, Soul Hackers Apart from the 3DS remake, ''Soul Hackers'' consists of the original 1997 Sega Saturn game with game, a Playstation/[=3DS=] remake alongside 1999 Playstation UpdatedRerelease, and a cellphone sequel released in 2007 with a shojo manga and a couple of novel adaptations.
8th Mar '16 10:54:32 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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''Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers'' is the second game in the ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' spinoff series ''VideoGame/{{Devil Summoner}}''.

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''Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers'' is the second game in the ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' spinoff series ''Devil Summoner'', taking place after the original ''VideoGame/{{Devil Summoner}}''.



The usual ShinMegamiTensei components are here: demon fusion, elemental weaknesses/strengths, conversing with monsters to convince them to join your cause and an incredibly dark storyline. An important part of Devil Summoner is Loyalty. Demons gain Loyalty if you command them to use moves that their personality type prefers (eg: physical, magic, etc.) and lose Loyalty if you tell them to use a move that they hate. A Demon with high Loyalty is more likely to obey you and even make a DivingSave. A Demon with low Loyalty will routinely ignore your commands and may even leave the party. (Yes, it's as annoying as it sounds.) The only Demon that isn't subject to this is the Zoma (default name Zeed), an artificial demon who will always have complete loyalty to you and grows not by traditional fusion, but by "stealing" the stats and abilities of demons that you sacrifice to it.

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The usual ShinMegamiTensei ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' components are here: demon fusion, elemental weaknesses/strengths, conversing with monsters to convince them to join your cause and an incredibly dark storyline. An important part of Devil Summoner is Loyalty. Demons gain Loyalty if you command them to use moves that their personality type prefers (eg: physical, magic, etc.) and lose Loyalty if you tell them to use a move that they hate. A Demon with high Loyalty is more likely to obey you and even make a DivingSave. A Demon with low Loyalty will routinely ignore your commands and may even leave the party. (Yes, it's as annoying as it sounds.) The only Demon that isn't subject to this is the Zoma (default name Zeed), an artificial demon who will always have complete loyalty to you and grows not by traditional fusion, but by "stealing" the stats and abilities of demons that you sacrifice to it.
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