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Liz Maas
Meet More Devil Survivor 2 Characters & Enemies
And they are interesting and colourful as always.
06.18.11 - 9:27 PM

Last week during E3, Atlus USA announced that Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 would be coming out West next year. It's rare that we ever get such an announcement from them before the game is even out in Japan, but we'll take it.

Over in Japan, meanwhile, Atlus still is dishing out info on the game. Ironically, Atlus USA's announcement was the first time we'd heard about the website that predicts people's deaths and shows them on video. That site is called Nicaea, and your guides to Nicaea are the twins Tico and Tico. You, the main character, and your two friends who we've already met - Daichi and Io - all get e-mail notifications from this website predicting each person's death.

Nicaea does come in useful in the game too: By getting emails of death predictions, you'll get an idea as to where and how to prevent them from happening.

Famitsu also showed one of the Septentrion that attacks Japan on the Tuesday in-game. Fekda, a giant ring shape with a bunch of green and pink crystals (?) protruding from it, can control wind.

You'll find the twins, Fekda, and the game's Japanese boxart all in our gallery below. Devil Survivor 2 invades Japan on July 18th, and North America early next year.


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