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Shin Megami Tensei Day-One DLC Is Live

by Justin Baker - July 16, 2013, 11:15 am PDT
Total comments: 2

Flynn definitely looks better as a blonde.

The first round of DLC for Shin Megami Tensei IV is now available. The game itself launched today, and is available at retail as well as on the eShop for $49.99.

The DLC includes:

  • Visage Pack, Free - A pack of three new delivery quests with three hairstyles as the reward.
  • White Samurai Apparel, Free - A pack of three new delivery quests with a White Samurai armor set as the reward.
  • Experience of the Afterlife, $1.99 - A new challenge quest that allows players to collect "bonus experience-giving items," and unlocks Fairy Oread for fusion.

Players who also already own or plan to purchase Fire Emblem: Awakening in addition to Shim Megami Tensei IV will be able to take advantage of Nintendo's promotion for $30 eShop credit.

Talkback

EnnerJuly 16, 2013

Ah, so that's the leveling shortcut DLC that I've heard mentioned on Twiiter.


The game is packed with a lot of stuff as it is, but that last DLC still seems a bit icky. Granted, it's nothing new in video games and it might be useful for those that want to play through the game faster.

leahsdadJuly 17, 2013

Quote from: Enner

Ah, so that's the leveling shortcut DLC that I've heard mentioned on Twiiter.


The game is packed with a lot of stuff as it is, but that last DLC still seems a bit icky. Granted, it's nothing new in video games and it might be useful for those that want to play through the game faster.

Yeah, I'm glad that other people gave me the heads up.  I will avoid this DLC like the plague.  I, personally, think DLC like this ruins games.  I understand this is optional, and I am exercising my choice not to completely fuck up my game experience while others can exercise their choice to do just that. 

But I just wish it was labeled more clearly--  I paid for and downloaded that stupid Golden map pack for Fire Emblem (Golden Gaffe, Infinite Experience, Infinite Regalia) thinking they were well constructed maps--- THEY ARE NOT.  They are really stupid ways to get gold, exp, and gear, mindless, dumb, basically a shooting gallery.  If I paid more attention to forum posts, I probably could have saved $6.50.  That's an NES VC game. 

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