Shin Megami Tensei IV (Finally) Launching In Europe
I can’t even make a funny quip because this is so sad.
Remember Shin Megami Tensei IV? It was a damn good game when it released exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS last year… if you lived in Japan or North America, that is. If you lived in PAL territories, the game didn’t release there then, and at this point, you’ve probably just lost any and all hope of ever actually getting the game.
Well, way past any reasonable time frame conceivable, the game is, against all odds, finally releasing in European territories this month- specifically on October 30. It will be available only digitally over the eShop for €19.99/£17.99, and across all European, Middle Eastern, African, and Oceanian territories. All of the game’s DLC will also be launching in the month following the game’s launch.
It’s a reasonable price, I guess, to make up for the delayed launch (remember, in the US, Shin Megami Tensei IV launched at $50 at launch), but still, it would have been so much better if Atlus had just released the game there on time. Most people have probably moved on by now.