Devil Survivor 2: Break Record Announced For The 3DS

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

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Devil Survivor 2: Break Record

Recently, after a series of tweets by attendees after seeing the sneak peek screening for the new anime adaptation for Devil Survivor 2, it was revealed that their was a surprise announcement by the end of it. The reveal itself was for Devil Survivor 2: Break Record; an updated port of the original Devil Survivor 2, heading to the Nintendo 3DS.

When it comes to updated re-releases or updated ports, Atlus is certainly no stranger to such customs. As you may know, they have done this numerous times in the past, just recently for Persona 4, Soul Hackers, and one very similar to this case, the original Devil Survivor which was also for the Nintendo DS. Break Record is said to have new story content and characters. Not much else was stated I’m afraid, but they did also announce that the game will get a full proper unveiling in the March 28 issue of  the Weekly Famitsu.

Thank you Will Whitehurst for the translation ~


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  • overclocked was awesome, i can’t wait for this updated version

    • Xx_Kares_xX

      I agree, I hope it’s released in English as well.

  • IkeFE

    This series is so hard to follow. Shin Megami Tensi, Shin Megami Tensi: Persona, Shin Megami Tensi: Devil Survivor… then ports and remakes. Can someone help me understand what’s going on with this busy series?

    • well they are all their own series and even then, they are all basically a different game. smt devil survivor for example, is its own series of games. unlike- other smt games, this one is a strategy/rpg, however, there is no need to play ds 1 in order to understand devil survivor 2 since they both have different stories, characters etc. the only reason why they have the same sub name is because they have the same gameplay. its not hard to follow because there is really nothing to follow. each game is different to the others even among its series (gameplay aside), but each belongs to a series of games. there is the persona series, the smt series, the ds series. hope this helped.

  • Goose

    YES! I was SO close to buying DS2 this week and I am SO glad I didn’t. I knew Atlus was going to port this to 3DS once the handheld became more popular. I hope it has delicious Laura Bailey doing some voice acting. Man, I love her in every game she’s in. She was Yuzu in DS:O