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Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne In Hindi 720p

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646f9e108c Set in post-apocalyptic Tokyo, Japan, Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne takes you to a world where nearly the entire population is annihilated by a worldwide catastrophe called the Conception. Now the fate of the entire world lies on the shoulders of one boy, who must battle his way through opposing demonic forces, master the powers of Magatama, and persuade demons to join your party. Some demons may evolve into new forms on their own or can be fused into more powerful monsters.
First off, if you don't already own this game, it is going to be nearly impossible to find. I actually got it when it first came out and paid the standard price of 49.95, now if you can find a used copy in a gaming store it is still that price and if you see a new copy online it is over one hundred dollars. Is it worth that much? Well if you enjoy role playing games, but would like to try something a tad different in terms of story and characters then perhaps. I enjoyed this one for the most part myself, it was very challenging and the story was quite insane and chaotic. So what is the story you ask? You and your friends go to this hospital at the request of your teacher, once there you meet a strange guy who means to kill you. Your teacher intervenes then prompts you to come to the roof where you witness the destruction of the world as you know it. You then awake to find a young boy and older woman over you, the boy takes a certain pity on you and infuses you with the power of a demon. You are no longer human, you now have great power, power enough to traverse this new warped land that spreads out before you. During your quest you must recruit demons and angels into your party as they now roam freely among the land, while humans are reduced to nothing more than souls for the most part. Your two schoolmates, the guy who tried to kill you, and a reporter being the exceptions. You must unlock the mysterious of the land, and you must customize your main character so that he may conquer all the rival demons vying for control of this twisted world. Yes, this game is a challenge, as you are attacked nearly everywhere. You do get to talk to various demons and souls too. At times though it can be to hard, which is why I did not score it higher...and it may have been a tad better had the characters talked aloud instead of the word boxes...still this one is a keeper.
Aaron1375 made some good points, so I probably shouldn&#39;t repeat them, but I will anyways, alongside adding my own. The first of which is that there is nothing bad I can say about this game, even in the face of complaints and comments like, &quot;It&#39;s too hard!&quot; and &quot;You must be a masochist.&quot; (The latter may actually be true for about half of those who enjoy this game, because Nocturne is one of the most sadistic games you will ever play.)<br/><br/>First off, &quot;a tad different&quot; for a role-playing game, even a Japanese-made one, is an understatement. Shortly after the game starts and you&#39;re running around Japan, you&#39;re thrust straight into the end of the world, the Conception. With the help of an obviously demonic blonde-haired little boy, you&#39;ve been turned into a half-demon and referred to in the game as Demi-fiend through the power of a bug-like parasite called the Magatama. You, by getting the assistance of a myriad of demons (that you can even fuse to create more) and kicking the cans of many more, must decide the fate o

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