Saturday, October 16th, 2021

New Shin Megami Tensei V gameplay features angry demon boss-Tokyo Game Show 2021

of Special broadcast Tokyo Game Show 2021 Sega and Atlas, which aired online, have released a new gameplay video of Shin Megami Tensei V, which will be released in Japan on November 11, 2021. This demo is different from the one on the show floor Published by IGN yesterday, And featured overtime with the Red Demon.

The player (Japanese game writer Mafia Kajita, a self-proclaimed fan of the series) explored the dunes of Tokyo and compared Tottori’s famous dunes with tourist attractions. Monsters roam the map freely, not only visible to the player, but also audible. The masked Ippon-Datara cried from under the mask and made a terrifying noise. Kajita engaged in several small battles, performing various attacks against weak monsters, such as the screaming of a mermaid who could crush the enemy if he froze the enemy and ran out of HP.

The battle of Shin Megami Tensei V is not limited to battle. Players can always choose to talk to the devil and solve something. Kajita met a trio of “crazy birds” and soon became friends, ending the battle and at the same time getting new party members. Other monsters needed more persuasiveness. Bicorn told the protagonist that he “smelled like a human” and urged Kajita to choose the response “I ate their food.” Bicorn replied, “Human food is gross,” so he gave him an antitoxin item and quickly disappeared.

The encounter with the giant demon began in a conversation. The beast boasted of his strength and ferocity before admitting the problem. He is so strong and scary that no other monster shares a problem with him and just runs away. He left it to the player to find out which monster needed his help and gave them the opportunity to become the “boss” of his organization. But despite talking to some little creatures, no one admitted this. Kajita returned to the demon and gave the news, and was furious. He went out and threatened other monsters, sought help from the player character, mad the demons, and caused the battle.

The battle took a long time because the demon’s HP was too high to display the total number of games. Kajita wore a moody giant by exploiting his weaknesses (receiving additional combat action) and putting him to sleep to miss a turn. The pattern didn’t last, and the demon was able to do a lot of damage to Kajita’s entire party. Eventually it was time to end the segment, but Kajita refused to lower the controller. The staff relentlessly gave him “5 minutes” to finish the fight.

Overtime was barely enough to get the job done, as Kajita had to admit that he had driven away the demons and felt “shame” before he escaped. Not only did the little devil thank the player and reward the battle, but the demon gave him a present and the game considered this a completed quest.

During the non-interactive segment, a new footage of the cutscene between four powerful-looking demons was shown. They have confirmed that they come from different parts of the world, such as Egypt, Greece, Scandinavia and India. The character design of each devil was also in line with its geographical origin. Kajita compared the scene with The Avengers, but admitted that it was very short, and I don’t know how it relates to the story. Most of the programs featured speculation about the story of the game, as staff admitted that little information about the plot was published.

When the program concludes with release information and the Deluxe Edition is unveiled, the English broadcast team reminded viewers that regional launch dates and packages vary by region. In the United States, Shin Megami Tensei V is scheduled to arrive on November 12, 2021.

Diamond Feit is a writer / podcaster in Osaka, Japan who uses Twitter and Twitch. feitclub..