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18 years removed from its original release on PlayStation 2, Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne still has a lot to offer hardcore RPG fans. In fact, its heavy focus on dungeon crawling and monster management is perhaps even more unique today than it was almost two decades ago, especially when it’s placed side-by-side with modern Atlus games like Persona 5 Royal.
That said, there are elements of Nocturne that haven’t aged well at all, and for better or worse, this HD Remaster does very little to hide the blemishes. Priced at £44.99, this rebirth of a cult classic is barebones at best, offering a rather basic graphical upgrade and not much else. It’s also insulting that paid DLC is being sold alongside the remaster — old, additional content that could and should have been included at no extra cost, given the game’s age.
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