Honestly, more western-styled RPGs produced by Japanese companies on Vita certainly wouldn't hurt!
Thx for the updates - Injustice is looking good!
I could see this coming to PC as well! The more platforms the better IMO
Hanso, no need to play the old SMT games to understand SMT IV - they are set in separate universes and are generally only related by some elements of the battle systems, magic, and demons.
re: SMT IV, I believe the first person view is standard and can't be changed. If you don't enjoy that perspective, I'd recommend you play Persona 3 or 4, or try Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne on PS2.
Hope you enjoy it when you do play it!
Totally agree with Eazy-Eman, P3 and P4 are a great place to start, and SMT IV looks very promising!
Also, SMT: Nocturne is a great game on PS2 if you want to try the main series of games.
Couldn't agree more - Those are titles I would definitely pay money for on PSN, especially if Atlus was to give them the HD remaster treatment
Good point about the partnership...I wonder what that will mean for Persona 5?
Funny you mention that - when SMT IV was first announced, it was mistakenly reported on many sites that the game was going to be released for Vita as well (see: http://kotaku.com/5914162/n...
Oh well, who knows, maybe Atlus will decide to release an enhanced version later on for Vita (similar to Persona 4)?
Yeah, I'm honestly kind of shocked by the amount of classics that are available on the platform...would be nice if it continues to grow, especially if devs other than Square-Enix release more games. Would like to see more from companies like Sega (Phantasy Star IV) and Konami (Suikoden).
@caleb4779 - not sure what your preference is, but I can't recommend The World End with You enough...Square-Enix did a great job porting it over to iOS IMO
@Arcee - Shining Force is definitely one of my all time favourites! I wasted far too much time playing that game.
Now I only wish that they'd release the sequels to both Shining Force and Lunar on iOS.
Yep, Gamevil is pretty great, as long as you don't mind the F2P model - Zenonia 4 and 5 were pretty fun IMO