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Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers Review | Gaming Age

Gaming Age: "Soul Hackers may as well be a new game, considering its incredibly limited release. At this rate, it's almost worth playing just to enjoy a blast from the past that you never had, but also to promote the localization of such titles; this one an ambitious experiment in party management, hinged on the consequences of the relationships with your party rather than the benefits alone. I'd find it hard not to recommend to anyone interested in an RPG with a twist, with the caveat that it may be a tough egg to crack at the start. If nothing else, there's always the hope that we'd see some return to the philosophies at play in this returned relic." (3DS, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers) B/A+

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