DHGF: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked is a solid update to an excellent game, and features some solid additions that absolutely make this the definitive version of the game… but if you’ve spent your time and money on the original, it’s hard to justify another forty bucks on what’s offered here. The story, audio and gameplay are still excellent and the graphics are still pretty good, and for those who have missed out on the game, the game’s easy to learn and very well presented. There’s also a pretty good amount of content, between new storyline endings, an Easy difficulty, voice acting, and several new tools to add to the arsenal of the characters that improve the experience, and between the multiple endings (old and new) as well as the new Title system, there’s plenty of reason to come back to the game again and again. However, the game doesn’t use the capabilities of the 3DS, aside from its storage space, for much, and while the game is much improved, the improvements are largely either cosmetic or minor and aren’t going to make a compelling case to someone who wrecked the original release. Make no mistake, Devil Survivor Overclocked is an improved version of an already excellent game and if you’ve not played it or were itching for more, it’s an easy game to recommend… it’s just going to be hard to justify purchasing the game to someone who’s done everything there is to do with the original release.