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Submitted by Mariye 546d ago | interview

Soul Hackers Interview: Translating a SMT classic | GamerTell

From the interview, "Atlus is known for giving gamers unique experiences and games that may not have normally been released outside of Japan. They’ve had us covered for years and the recent release of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner – Soul Hackers only proves they’re still on the job. This is the first time this particular SMT spin-off has been seen outside of Japan, as the original 1997 Saturn incarnation remained trapped in the country. It’s aged pretty well.

When a game like this comes up, you want to learn more. Which is why GamerTell pitched some questions to the Atlus team about Soul Hackers. Clayton Chan, Mike Meeker and Sammy Matsushima provided answers about what it was like to work on the revitalized, 16 year old game." (3DS, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers)

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