Devil Survivor 2: Break Record Announced For The 3DS

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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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