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幻影异闻录FE Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

幻影异闻录FETokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem (working title), known in Japan as Gen'ei Ibunroku ♯FE (幻影異聞録シャープエフイー Gen'ei Ibunroku Shāpu Efuī?, lit. "Revelation of the Illusion ♯FE"), is an upcoming crossover role-playing video game in development by Atlus and Intelligent Systems for the Wii U, based on the two companies' Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem series, respectively. The game is slated for release by Nintendo in Q3/Q4 2015 in Japan and 2016 in Europe.
女神异闻录3:携带版 Persona 3 Portable

女神异闻录3:携带版Persona 3 Portable

Persona 3 Portable is an enhanced remake of Persona 3 for the PlayStation Portable. The game features an option to play as a female character, which alters some aspects of the story. In addition to the new playable character, there are two new difficulty levels to select from alongside the original game's three. The game also features some other story related changes regardless of the player character gender. The battle system is also updated to be closer that of Persona 4.
真女神转生:奇妙之旅 Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

真女神转生:奇妙之旅Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

In the near future, a mysterious, growing, black void appears at the Earth's southern pole. Unable to determine its cause and powerless to stop its deadly encroachment, humanity sends an elite team of explorers into the heart of the phenomenon, just as Strange Journey's look and feel represent a return to the heart of Shin Megami Tensei, bringing to mind the all-time classic Nocturne. With over 300 demons to bribe, coerce, and negotiate with to gain assistance in battle, Strange Journey is every bit the deep, rewarding RPG experience fans have come to expect from the SMT franchise, yet delivered with a fresh new sci-fi story that taps into mature themes of morality and introspection.
光辉物语 Radiant Historia

光辉物语Radiant Historia

From the Wikipedia: "Radiant Historia (ラジアントヒストリア) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Atlus for the Nintendo DS. The game's development team mostly consists of Atlus staff who previously worked on Megami Tensei games like Nocturne, Persona 3 and Strange Journey as well as the Etrian Odyssey series. The development team also includes other members who had previously worked on Radiata Stories. The game was released on November 3, 2010 in Japan, and in North America on February 22, 2011."
触摸侦探:小沢里奈 Touch Detective

触摸侦探:小沢里奈Touch Detective

・Become Mackenzie, a fledgling detective, and solve various mysteries in a "Touch Adventure"!
女神异闻录4:午夜竞技场2 Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

女神异闻录4:午夜竞技场2Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax is a fighting video game developed by Arc System Works and Atlus. It is the direct sequel to Persona 4 Arena, which is itself a follow-up to the role-playing game Persona 4. The game was originally released in Japanese arcades on November 28, 2013, and later ported to home consoles. Unlike the previous game, it is not region locked.
女神异闻录4:午夜竞技场 Persona 4 Arena

女神异闻录4:午夜竞技场Persona 4 Arena

《女神异闻录 4》结局的 2 个月后,主角们再次收到了来自“深夜电视”的传言,内容是以“P-1 Grand Prix”为名的格斗节目,主办方是“熊(クマ)”,主角一行人被选为参赛者,顾不上重逢欢喜的主角们将再次进入电视世界探寻真相。
恶魔召唤师:灵魂黑客 Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers

恶魔召唤师:灵魂黑客Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers

1997 年 ATLUS 推出系列第二作《恶魔召唤师·灵魂黑客》。将时髦的电脑网络题材,与女神系列自身特有的神秘气息相结合而成的作品。本身从第一作开始,利用电脑来完成恶魔召唤仪式的女神系列酒已经和电脑结下不解之缘。
女神异闻录 4 黄金版 Persona 4 Golden

女神异闻录 4 黄金版Persona 4 Golden

Persona 4 Golden (known as Persona 4 The Golden in Japan), is an enhanced port of the PlayStation 2's Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 for the PlayStation Vita. It was released in 2012 in Japan and North America and in 2013 in Europe. It is the 5th chronological instalment in the Persona series and the 10th game released overall.
女神异闻录5 Persona 5

女神异闻录5Persona 5

为所有 RPG 粉丝献上《女神异闻录》最新作!故事以“侠盗・青春”为崭新主轴,上演年轻怪盗们大展身手的剧情。
女神异闻录4:舞夜狂欢 Persona 4:Dancing All Night

女神异闻录4:舞夜狂欢Persona 4:Dancing All Night

女神异闻录系列的第一个节奏游戏“Persona 4 Dancing All Night”。
真・女神转生Ⅴ Shin Megami Tensei V

真・女神转生ⅤShin Megami Tensei V

For the 25th anniversary of the Shin Megami Tensei series, Shin Megami Tensei V was revealed (after being previously announced as SMT HD Project) for release on Nintendo Switch, running on Unreal Engine 4.
世界树迷宫 4:传承的巨神 Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan

世界树迷宫 4:传承的巨神Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan

For centuries, the tree Yggdrasil has been a constant presence in the lives of the people of Tharsis. It looms on the horizon, visible from everywhere in the city. But its roots are in a far-off land where no one has ventured until the Outland Count of Tharsis sponsors an Explorers Guild to reach Yggdrasil and discover its secrets. You are the latest explorer arriving in Tharsis to seek your fame and fortune. Board your skyship and set out into the clouds in search of treasure, glory, and the answer to Tharsis' oldest mystery.
世界树迷宫 Etrian Odyssey

世界树迷宫Etrian Odyssey

In a vast and fertile land lies a small town known as Etria, a peaceful village that became famous for a startling discovery. A crack in the vast forest opened at Etria's edge, leading downward like a gaping maw. It all began there... Your salvation in the labyrinth is in your own hands: Create your own team of adventurers to withstand the maze's fierce battles, while creating your own dungeon maps using the Nintendo DS touch screen outside of combat. Lush 3D graphics and a world-class soundtrack puts an exquisite face on the mortal danger that lurks at every step.
新世界树迷宫2:法夫纳的骑士 Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight

新世界树迷宫2:法夫纳的骑士Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight

The Fafnir Knight is the second game in the Untold series which are to be remakes of the original Etrian Odyssey games. The games are first person RPG dungeon crawlers where you create a map of the labyrinth as you explore and complete quests.
世界树迷宫 V:漫长神话的尽头 Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth

世界树迷宫 V:漫长神话的尽头Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth

《世界树迷宫V 漫长神话的尽头》(日语:世界樹の迷宮V 長き神話の果て)是 Atlus 迷宫探索型角色扮演游戏“世界树的迷宫系列”作品之一,为系列第五款编号作品,
世界树迷宫2:诸王的圣杯 Etrian Odyssey II: Heroes of Lagaard

世界树迷宫2:诸王的圣杯Etrian Odyssey II: Heroes of Lagaard

In the Grand Duchy of High Lagaard, it is said that the Duke is descended from inhabitants of a castle in the sky. When an unforeseen crisis befalls the nation, it is decreed that the first explorer to retrieve the Grail of Kings from that mythical floating palace will be rewarded with wealth and fame beyond imagining. Enter the central city of Lagaard and begin your journey to the clouds!
世界树迷宫3:星海的来访者 Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City

世界树迷宫3:星海的来访者Etrian Odyssey III: The Drowned City

The embodiment of adventure and discovery in the purest sense, Etrian Odyssey III transports gamers to a sparkling oceanic paradise filled with atmospheric dungeons to chart and survey, vast watery expanses to sail across, and rumors of a sunken city to investigate. Aspiring explorers are responsible for charting their travels utilizing the intuitive touchscreen map editor, meaning that careless cartography could easily spell doom for a fatigued party trying to escape danger. Powerful challenges demand cunning and strategy: players will assemble and fully customize their party of adventurers from a variety of highly specialized classes and sub-classes. For the patient and prepared, fame and fortune await.
新世界树迷宫:梅尼亚姆的少女 Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl

新世界树迷宫:梅尼亚姆的少女Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl

Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is the first in the Untold series which are to be remakes of the original Etrian Odyssey games. The games are first person RPG dungeon crawlers where you create a map of the labyrinth as you explore and complete quests.

"3 games in 1! Jam out to all your favorite Persona music with both Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight in an exclusive collector’s box featuring character art by Shigenori Soejima. Also includes a digital download code for Persona 4: Dancing All Night for the PlayStation®4 – the only way to get P4D on PS4!"
女神异闻录 4 Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4

女神异闻录 4Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4

Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 is the fourth main entry of the Persona series. Which is a spin off series of the Shin Megami Tensei series. Starting with Persona 3, the series became popular for its combination of traditional RPG mechanics, and social simulation gameplay. By day the player attends high school. By night the game becomes a dungeon crawling turn based RPG. In Persona 4 the player assumes the role of the player-named protagonist who has transferred to a new school in the fictional rural Japanese town of Inaba. The protagonist gains the ability to summon Personas, a power that allows the protagonist to fight Shadows, the enemies of the game. Like Persona 3, Persona 4 requires the player to manage their time wisely. As most actions in the game will result in time advancing. Passage of time is not based on how long the player takes to do their actions. Once the player has chosen what they will do, time will pass. When time passes it simply skips to the next part of the day. Each day is split into multiple parts: Early Morning, Morning, Lunch, Daytime, Afternoon, After School, and the Evening. Players can choose to spend time with friends, study, read books, fish, and many other side activities. Note that shopping does not cause time to pass. On schooldays the player attends school, where there is usually a lecture about random factoids of real life that you will be quizzed on. Getting these questions right or wrong does not effect the main story, but raises the characters Knowledge social stat, which can be used to unlock dialogue options in some cutscenes, and get higher test scores. Other social stats, include: Understanding, Courage, Expression, and Diligence. Each of these stats have many various effects on the players side activities. Some social links require certain levels of social stats. Increasing your social stats can unlock more part time jobs for the player to earn more money. After school and on weekends the player chooses what to do with their free time, At night, the player can traverse dungeons. Where they will fight many different types of Shadows. The combat is very similar to any traditional turn based Japanese RPG game. Persona 4 uses a combat system akin to the Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne "Press Turn" system. In which the player can take advantage of the enemies weaknesses to gain extra turns. If the player attacks an enemy with an element that enemy is weak to, the player gains an extra turn to attack. However, repeating that attack on the same enemy will not give the character a second extra turn. The game features a very complex but easy to use fusing system. The player selects multiple personas to fuse together to create a new persona that can sometimes carry over some of the base personas skills. Later into the game the player can unlock Special Fusions to create Peronas that are very powerful. Social Links are one of the key mechanics in this game. Social Links are a measure of the friendship between the protagonist and the many characters of Persona 4. This feature gives your fused Personas bonus experience upon their creation, and allow you to learn new skills and abilities in battle. Social Links also open up romantic relationship options with a few of the games female characters. Social Links play out as the normal cutscenes in the game that provide more character development for the huge cast of characters. There are 24 Social Links in total, each one has a respective Arcana. All Personas have an assigned Arcana. Having a Persona of the same Arcana of a Social Link doubles the rate that you level that Social Link. Persona 4's plot is closely tied to the weather, thus the player can check the ingame weather forecast. Weather has various effects on the game, on rainy days if the player chooses to study they will gain more Knowledge points than normal. The most essential part of the weather forecast is recognizing when the town will become foggy, as this is an indication of when the player must finish the dungeon they are currently exploring. If the player fails to complete a dungeon before a foggy day the game rolls the calender back one week. The fog sets in after 2 or more rainy days.
Jack Bros.

Jack Bros.

The portal between Earth and another mysterious dimension has opened, and the intrepid Jack Brothers have come through for an adventure in our world. Having lost track of time, they now have only one hour to return to their home or be banished forever. Help them battle hoards of loathsome enemies through six electrifying 3-D levels, each with many floors to explore and conquer. This is one phenomenal adventure you can't afford to miss!
Untitled Etrian Odyssey game

Untitled Etrian Odyssey game

A new game in development mentioned as being a ‘festive’ game and another culmination of the series, in regards to it being a representation of the development teams experience in this genre through working on the series, like Etrian Odyssey V is.
Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei

Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei

Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei is the first game of the Megami Tensei series of role-playing video games. It is based on the novel Digital Devil Story by Aya Nishitani. Although Atlus has published a majority of the series, the first two games were created by Atlus but published by Namco (known as Namcot at the time), after it bought the video game rights to the Japanese horror novel series by Aya Nishitani, the first named Digital Devil Story. This game is a role-playing video game that features extensive dungeon crawling and focuses heavily on demons, which have gone on to become a trademark of the series.
Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th

Discover Friday the 13th, an excellent game of 1986 runnable on Amstrad CPC system. With side-scrolling perspective, the publisher Domark Ltd. had wonderful ideas around horror, licensed title.
Stella Deus

Stella Deus

Stella Deus is a story-driven tactical role-playing game in which the player controls a group of characters both picked up during the course of the story and in side events. The world is navigated using an overworld map using point-to-point navigation, with a date system showing the length of time it takes to get to a selected location. Alongside the story missions, Towns can be visited, in which characters can customize and create new weapons and armor, sell existing equipment in exchange for money, and shop for items such as healing potions. In camps set up on a journey, characters can swap out weapons and armor, equip items such as healing potions and beneficial charms for future battles. Special items used in character leveling can also be crafted by the player. Alongside story-based missions, there is a special dungeon called the Catacomb of Trials, where characters can battle and gain experience levels, raising their general statistics. The number of available levels in the Catacomb increases as players progress through the game. Each character has a specific character class, which they keep throughout the game and continue to level up as they gain experience points (XP). Higher amounts of XP are awarded for executing special abilities. Along with swordsmen and archers, there are alchemists (mages), priests (healers), and units who fight using most things from axes to fists. Most battles are triggered based on story events, and are completed when the stated object has been accomplished by the player, be it defeating all enemies, defeating a boss, or performing a specific task. At the end of each battle, the players gain a summery of their performance and spoils gained. The game uses the turn-based Replaceable Action Position battle system, much of which was carried over from the battle system used in Hoshigami: Ruining Blue Earth. Players navigate the field across a grid-based map, which can include obstacles such as bodies of water and high structures. Character positioning within the environment can be used to their advantage, such as an archer gaining higher accuracy when at a high point in the level. Character actions are arranged in a set order, and each character's weapon dictates their attack range. Each time a character performs an action, they gain experience points and additional Skill Points (SP) that can be used to purchase supplies or raise individual character stats. Three types of Skills can be equipped for characters: Action Skills, a special attack that player execute for a certain amount of Magic Points (MP); Support Skills, which grant passive abilities such as scaling higher obstacles; and Zone Skills, which grant passive abilities to both the equipped character and those in close proximity to them. Alongside Action Skills, two or more characters in conjunction trigger unique special moves called Team Attacks. The amount of damage done depends on how many characters took part in the action. Team attacks also increase the rewards gained at the end of battles. Characters' actions are governed by their stored Action Points (AP): a character's turn begins when their AP meter is at 100. A character's actions can continue until the meter reaches 0, meaning that they can move and attack multiple times within their turn. The amount of AP used with each action depends on the weight of the armor the character is wearing.
Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2

Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2

Junkyard, a town of endless rain. With his four companions, Serf, the main character and a member of a tribe called Embryon, sets out for Nirvana, a land that can only be reached by the champions of Junkyard. They devote themselves to fighting against the never-ending resistance mustered by other tribes. In the midst of chaos, a mysterious object, the Pod, suddenly appears. Countless spheres of light are emitted by the Pod and infect Serf and his comrades, awakening their demonic powers. An unimaginable battle unfolds within their faint conscience. They develop a desire to tear the flesh and shatter the bones of their enemies, who have also been transformed. Their instincts tell them to devour every being in their path. Until then, Serf and his comrades only knew of battle, but for the first time, they experience new emotions. At that time, a dark-haired girl, Sera, comes to their rescue. Although she does not know where she came from, she holds a strange power - the power to control the party's demonic transformation. They receive orders from the Church of Karma to head for Nirvana, and they are accompanied by the dark-haired girl. "They who reach Nirvana first shall be recognized as the champions of Junkyard." The struggle intensifies, and they discover that the girl holds a key to the mystery. But, True fear still awaits Serf's party. Including Embryon, the tribe that the main character leads, several groups are at war with each other in order to survive. "Devour" your enemies and absorb their devastating powers and special abilities!
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition

The Special Edition of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE comes in a “special” box and includes: Download codes for all five sets of planned downloadable content 5×8 color Artbook Six-song CD Soundtrack + Song Cards Sticker Sheet
恶魔召唤师:灵魂黑客 Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers

恶魔召唤师:灵魂黑客Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers

Soul Hackers delivers a first-person, dungeon-crawling RPG experience set in a future where technology and otherworldly forces meet in a macabre fusion of cyberpunk futurism and gothic horror.
Amazing Tater

Amazing Tater

This puzzle-game is the successor to Kwirk. The player has to guide a small potato to the exit of each level, which is made difficult by a number of obstacles. Crates have to be pushed out of the way or into holes to make them traversable. Difficulty is increased by the fact that there are crates and holes of several different shapes and sizes and many levels contain different types of spinning doors. The game features four different modes of play: Beginners Mode in which the basics are explained and the player receives hints on how to solve each level; Practice Mode that lets the player choose the size of the levels which are then randomly picked; Puzzle Mode in which the player has to complete 40 levels and receives a score depending on the time it took him to complete a level; and finally Action Mode, which is basically a story mode containing two stories. The game also features a password system and four different difficulty levels.
Dungeon Explorer

Dungeon Explorer

Dungeon Explorer is a multiplayer action/role-playing game where up to five players can play at the same time.