Shin Megami Tensei V DLC Will Bring SMT 3 Protagonist Demi-Fiend As a Boss

Shin Megami Tensei V DLC Will Bring SMT 3 Protagonist Demi-Fiend As a Boss

Shin Megami Tensei V DLC Will Bring SMT 3 Protagonist Demi-Fiend As a Boss

Shin Megami Tensei V’s Nintendo Switch exclusive game Shin Megami Tensei III will be back as DLC. The Nocturne protagonist Demifiend will return to the role of Shin Megami Tensei III. He can also be a boss that the player’s party could fight. The Persona series’ latest entry will feature a turn-based RPG that demon-collects. Its boss battles will be the main focus of the game. This is why it’s exciting to see one of Shin Megami Tensei’s most beloved characters return as a boss.
Shin Megami Tensei V was recently remastered for Nintendo Switch. Shin Megami Tensei 3 Nocturne stars a character without a canonical name. The player can name him, but he’s most commonly called the Protagonist. After being transformed into the glowing Demifiend, he is assigned to alter the course of the apocalyptic universe. This and previous games are primarily built around demon negotiation/fusing mechanics like Pokemon and their battling.

Atlus, the publisher and developer of Shin Megami Tensei 3 revealed that Shin Megami Tensei 3’s Demifiend and other characters would be returning to the game in SMT V: Return of the True Demon DLC fights at Launch. This means the Nintendo Switch game will allow the former Protagonist to mix with others. Shin Megami Tensei V Digital Deluxe Edition will include this content and other DLC. It can be ordered on the Nintendo eShop starting at $85. The Return of the True Demon will bring back Shin Megami Tensei’s three bosses, such as Matador, by rewarding players for defeating the Demi-fiend’s boss battle.

Although the Demi-fiend isn’t precisely a new boss in Shin Megami Tensei V, he was previously a fightable character in Shin Megami Tensei Digital Devil Saga. However, his Return is sure to attract attention for anyone who has recently played SMT 3 Nocturne HD on Switch, PC, or PS4. For those familiar with the title, the ability to fight and fuse characters such as the Demi-fiend could be a strong draw. However, the $25 extra price tag for the digital deluxe edition may not appeal to everyone.

It would be awe-inspiring if the Return of the True Demon content brought back the voice of SMT 3’s Demi-fiend. Shin Megami Tensei’s voice cast has already impressed with securing top talent for significant games and anime such as Final Fantasy 7 Remake or Dragon Ball Z. Although it is not clear how many goods will be rejected by the main game, Shin Megami Tensei V’s DLC content suggests that there will be more demons to fight and fuse.

Persona 5’s phenomenal success and the excitement around the Shin Megami Tensei V games for the Nintendo Switch have made it a vibrant time for Persona and Shin Megami Tensei fans. These are a series of complex computer RPGs from Atlus Games that focus on fighting, summoning, and negotiating with demonic entities. These RPG systems are perfect for SMT enthusiasts who want to translate their favorite JRPGs into a tabletop setting. Each is focused on harnessing the power and exploring the collective unconscious.

Atlus Games’ signature product, Shin Megami Tensei RPGs, was the first to introduce the sub-genre of monster-fighting RPGs. It also told dark, and epic stories of heroes caught up in apocalyptic battles with demonic and angelic creatures. Each SMT title has a core gameplay feature: fighting demons in turn-based battles, winning them over with conversational mini-games, then fusion them into stronger beings using the Cathedral of Shadows.
Persona spin-offs took Shin Megami Tensei’s gameplay and demonic characters and put them in an urban fantasy setting that was less apocalyptic and heavily influenced by Carl Jung’s theories. Persona games’ protagonists alternate between strengthening social bonds with their friends and family and exploring supernatural realms in humanity’s collective unconscious. They fight, tame, and fuse “shadow” creatures born out of repressed emotions and thoughts. These four TTRPGs share themes similar to Persona and Shin Megami Tensei, especially in how characters can bind themselves with mythical spirits, delve into people’s subconscious minds, and possibly punch godlike beings in their faces.

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