Several Atlus Games Now On Sale in the 3DS eShop

RPG fans can pick up three Atlus RPGs for a discounted price from Nintendo’s digital service.

By Kevin Knezevic. Posted 08/19/2013 17:00 3 Comments     ShareThis

It’s certainly a good time to be an RPG fan, particularly if you also own a 3DS; not only did Atlus release the critically acclaimed Shin Megami Tensei IV for the handheld a couple of weeks ago, but for a limited time, several of the publisher’s other titles will be available for discounted prices in the 3DS eShop.

From now until August 31, 3DS owners can get a slight discount on three of Atlus’ most high-profile RPGs: Code of Princess, Etrian Odyssey IV, and Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers. Code of Princess will retail for the reasonably low price of $19.99, while both Etrian Odyssey and Devil Summoner will be available for $29.99 each.

Will you be picking up any of these titles? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Siliconera

3 Responses to “Several Atlus Games Now On Sale in the 3DS eShop”

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    ejamer says...

    Soul Hackers for $20 is pretty tempting. Do I really need another RPG on my backlog though? (Answer is, without doubt, “no!”)

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    ElectricOutcast says...

    Well first off I would to say hello from a new guy who’s been a Nintendo fan since the diaper years and had actually came across this site back in the late 90’s and found news of Legend of Zelda: OOT over here. Well now that I’m back here I need a little consumer help, I’m about to be taking an 8 hour trip to Missouri for Labor Day and I’m trying to pick between either Code of Princess or Soul Hackers.

    I’m looking for how long both games can last and which game has the better story and the bigger depth. If you can reply to this message and give your advice here I would greatly appreciate it.

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      Kevin Knezevic says...

      Hi there! :)

      Unfortunately, I haven’t played Soul Hackers, so I can’t comment on that, but I have played Code of Princess, and I thought that was pretty good (you can read our review of it here if you’re interested).

      That said, you should keep in mind that Code of Princess is more of a beat-’em-up than a real RPG, so it’s pretty light on story and has fairly simple gameplay mechanics. It can also get pretty repetitive, especially in its later stages where you’re overwhelmed with enemies. Based on those criteria alone, you may be better off with Soul Hackers. But again, I can’t personally vouch for it as I haven’t played it.

      Hope that (kind of) helped!

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