Remember when the Nintendo 3DS was a doomed system that had no games and was destined to fail? I do. In August 2011, Ocarina of Time 3DS had come and gone, the system's fortunes, even after a price-drop, were still unsure and there simply wasn't all that much to play on Nintendo's newest handheld. Seems like a lifetime ago, right? During that early game drought, one title, even more than Ocarina of Time, had me coming back to my 3DS night after night - Shin Megami Tensai Devil Survivor: Overclocked. A refresh of a game that had appeared on the previous DS system, this SRPG set in the demon-battling world of SMT kept me busy for weeks. Now, we are finally getting a sequel to the outstanding original game in the form of Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker which, again, is a refresh of a game that previously appeared on the DS. But like Overclocked, there is so much more to do with this new version that even those who played and finished the original will still be able to squeeze 40-60 hours of fun from this version.