By David Fernandes / June 3rd, 2013
Last week, Ghostlight released a much needed patch for the PAL region version of Devil Survivor Overclocked, an updated port for the Nintendo 3DS, which was released back in late March of this year.
When the game first launched in Europe, some pretty bad bugs and glitches were apparent from the get-go. One bug would would mix up the main character’s name you chose, affecting another character, the protagonist’s cousin, Naoya, as well. Even worse, it was the game-breaking kind that affected the game’s summoning ability during battle and when an auction seller would lie to you, making the game crash, a reset being the only way out of it.
The patch is now available on the Nintendo eShop for most, if not all, of the PAL region, which you can simply download, and it should take care of itself. Hopefully, the patch has solved all of the problems like the bugs and glitches mentioned above.
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked is available on Amazon:
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