|Another SMT for the beaten pile.|
Yesterday night I beat Devil Survivor 2 and actually cheered - I wasn't sure I was going to pull it off until Hinako struck the killing blow against the final boss' last form. There have been many battles that were ridiculously close, and a couple that took several tries and team changes, but even with that in mind, he was something else. Not until I painstakingly recreated a demon team suggested by a FAQ, leveled some, tried a few times and leveled some more was I able to do it. What can I say - SMT feasts on your tears.
What made this victory sweeter still is that it was the last handheld game in my backlog. It's always the tough ones that remain. Now have all my DS and 3DS games beaten. Technically still have a few GBA ones left undone, but I no longer have a GBA and my DSLite broke a while ago, so not much I can do about them.
Now back to Silent Hill 4 while the horror season lasts. Was hoping to beat and even review that by Halloween, but time flies.
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|JoeTheDestroyer - November 22, 2015 (03:15 AM)
I came very close to beating Devil Survivor 2, but ended up giving up in the end. I didn't get to recruit the characters I wanted after the split and struggled from that point onward. I may one day return to it one day and properly complete it, but I've got a whole bunch of other SMT games I haven't even touched yet, many of which are older than dirt (Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, for instance).
|sashanan - November 29, 2015 (02:01 PM)
My final remaining SMT is slightly newer than that, though not by much: Nocturne. The one I never dared to touch because of the horror stories about its difficulty. But with the kind of SMTs I've put away by now - like this one, and also Strange Journey - it's probably no worse than what I've seen.
|Genj - December 02, 2015 (12:04 AM)
Nocturne is definitely more challenging than Digital Devil Saga and Persona 3/4, but I personally found Devil Survivor and Strange Journey a lot harder.