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Submitted by epicjrpg 702d ago | news

Ghostlight working with Atlus and Nintendo to fix Devil Survivor: Overclocked’s game breaking bugs

On Saturday, a number of European gamers reported that the newly released Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor: Overclocked contained game breaking bugs and other other problems which, in some cases, made the game unplayable by causing the 3DS console to freeze completely.

epicJRPG.com provides reports on new updates from the game's publisher, Ghostlight, who has responded quickly to the issues raised and is working in collaboration with Atlus and Nintendo to find a resolution. (3DS, Atlus, Dev, Ghostlight, Industry, Mobile, Nintendo, Nintendo DS, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked, Tech)

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