Fusing Demons in Shin Megami Tensei IV

Saturday, April 27th, 2013

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Fusing Demons in SMT IV

It looks like Atlus is going to be taking a little bit of the tedium out of fusing demons in Shin Megami Tensei IV. In other entries in the series, fusing demons with just the right set of skills was a bit of a trial and error process. Depending on what camp you fall in, that may not be conducive to a fun game. In Shin Megami Tensei IV, the player will have access to a compendium detailing the demons’ skills. They will also be given recipes for fusions and the ability to choose the skills their new demon will get. Finally, anyone who doesn’t want to fuse demons themselves will be able to choose from a list of recommended fusions, having the game take care of the hard work for them.

Check out the videos below to see the fusion system. (videos provided by Siliconera):

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  • FujinKeima

    Hand-holding features in my SMT?Madness!
    At least,it’s optional…<_<

  • I’ve seen people who’ve played Persona, and wanted to try out the other SMT games, only to feel out of their element afterwards. I’ve experienced this at times, myself. It’s not a nice feeling, especially for such a nice and underrated series. Aslong as it’s optional, I honestly don’t see the harm in it.