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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked - Nintendo 3DS

by Atlus
Platform : Nintendo 3DS
Rated: Teen
115 customer reviews
Metascore: 78 / 100

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  • Includes an all-new eighth chapter
  • Features new voice-acted dialogue
  • Battle an assortment of demons in tactical, turn-based battles
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Expanded and enhanced, SMT: Devil Survivor Overclocked for Nintendo 3DS builds upon what many considered one of the best RPGs of 2009. The player is presented with a novel premise: Tokyo is in full lockdown, the government's swift, coldblooded response to a surprise demon invasion. While you and your friends must solve the nature of the interdimensional rift through which the horrific creatures are entering your world, saving the world is not your highest priority; staying alive, on the other hand, is.


An enhanced remake of 2009's Devil Survivor on the original DS, Devil Survivor Overclocked features high-resolution visuals, voice acted dialogue, and a completely new chapter in the storyline.

Devil Survivor Overclocked
New voice-acted dialogue
New voice-acted dialogue
Turn-based tactical battles
Turn-based tactical battles
Exciting storyline
Exciting storyline


The gameplay is otherwise the same as in the earlier DS title, with players exploring a quarantined version of Tokyo overrun by demons. Lead your party in turn-based tactical battles while trying to determine precisely how the demons are entering the world. Your decisions throughout your travels will lead to different endings, with the new eighth chapter serving as the game's epilogue.

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  • Features new voice-acted dialogue
  • Includes an all-new eighth chapter
  • Battle an assortment of demons in tactical, turn-based battles

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  • ASIN: B002I09286
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 23, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,339 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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103 of 109 people found the following review helpful By forweg on September 5, 2011
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In this review I'll list some of the major improvements Atlus made to the original Devil Survivor in Overclocked:


Overclocked includes four new eighth day scenarios, which means nearly four new days of battles and plotline!


Every single line in the game has been voiced, and the acting is mostly excellent (with the unfortunate exception of Midori).


Loads of news demons have been added, including:

Black Maria


To go with the new demons, loads of new skills were added as well. Some of them, like Vigilant and Shield All+, prove exceedingly beneficial.


Essentially, you can earn titles by achieving certain tasks in Overclocked (such as clearing a certain ending or defeating optional bosses), and you can spend the points you earn from your titles on rewards for your next playthrough. This is a fantastic addition and makes you want to keep playing to earn them all.


One of the most disappointing aspects of Devil Survivor was the lack of a compendium. Atlus thankfully rectified this issue in Overclocked. No more tediously hoping to get lucky with auctions; now you can simply summon any demons you've previously owned.

In addition, you can read about each demon's profile and history. As a mythology buff, I always find reading about a plethora of mythological beings from such diverse cultures fascinating.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Losermagnet on August 26, 2011
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked is a unique beast (at least when compared to more contemporary rpgs). This was my first exposure to the expansive Shin Megami franchise, and I'm hooked. What appealed to me right away was the well-accomplished anime aesthetic and a story that, while it isn't completely removed from conventional rpg story-telling (defeat the evil!), it has really cool twists (like being able to see how many days a person has left to live). The setting is within a specific area of Japan that's been quarantined by the government as demons start to emerge (and the weird things don't stop there). Travel is all done through a menu, You only get to move your characters around when you're fighting. It's a little jarring at first to navigate through a menu, but due to plot elements it isn't detrimental to the game.

To elaborate more on the combat system, you move your characters around the level Final Fantasy Tactics-style until you initiate an attack with an opponent, once you do it goes into turn-based combat that's comparable to old-style Dragon Quest in which your character attacks and is counter-attacked. You usually have a goal to complete the level; something like 'defeat all the demons' or 'help this person escape'. Your characters don't fight alone, however, in Devil Survivor OC each character can have two demons to help them in combat. You acquire demons by purchasing them, winning them in auctions, or fusing two exhisting demons into a new creation. You could compare it to Pokemon, but I feel that it's drastically different. It's more complicated, and you constantly change the demons you're using (otherwise you'll be overpowered by the enemy).
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Boni on August 26, 2011
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked is a remake of the DS game. Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor. It's part of a series where a lot of elements are borrowed from past games, but do no necessarily mean that it is a prequel, sequel, or spinoff.

If you have never played SMT: Devil Survivor for the DS, I recommend playing this game. One of its major pluses is the story line. The story line is mature and unique. Facing a lock-down in Tokyo, the protagonist and his friends discover secrets hidden from the population while carrying out very difficult decisions. There are a number of unique endings for this game as well, depending on your interactions with individuals as well as some of your decisions. The characters you meet through the adventure are unique and believable. Some of the undergo through some developments through the harshness of the situation as well. The eighth day additions expands the plot and content by 25% (if I had to estimate) and also continue the developments of the characters. Though some of the eighth day character interactions leave you feeling satisfied, most are less convincing.

The "battle" portion of the game is turn-based. It is a tactical style (think Final Fantasy Tactics), where each character has a party of two demons and themselves fighting an opponent, or achieving a goal. You move around a map, where a variety of obstacles or enemies may be strewn in the chaotic backdrop. When you "attack" an opponent character, you don't just choose a skill or whack them. Instead, you go into another screen where you take turns skirmishing with the opponent. It is turn based (think Pokemon style) when engaging an opponent.
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