Register Shin Megami Tensei IV and Fire Emblem: Awakening and Recieve $30 Back!

Nintendo and Atlus have announced a very sweet promotion.  If you register both Fire Emblem: Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei IV on the same account on Club Nintendo by August 31st, you will automatically receive a $30 eShop credit for the 3DS.  How awesome is that?  Given how much 3DS games typically cost, that basically means you’re getting one of the two games for only $10.  That’s what I call a deal!

If you’re curious about Fire Emblem: Awakening be sure to check out Steven’s review.  He awarded the game a shocking 9.8!

So I have to ask, any takers?  I know I’m going to take part in this for sure!

2 thoughts on “Register Shin Megami Tensei IV and Fire Emblem: Awakening and Recieve $30 Back!”

    1. So I played SMT IV for about an hour or so, and damn this is a really unique RPG. It’s a combination of a monster capture game and classic RPG. Basically you go around capturing demons, by talking to them and bribing them to join your cause (mainly by offering items, money and some of your health, etc), and if you can’t get them on your team, you attack and destroy them. I’m still on the third portion of the tutorial, looking for some item, but I’m getting attacked almost non-stop so I figured I might as well level a bit while I’m in this underground area. When demons join your party they level alongside you, so long as they aren’t dead, and once they have maxed out all their spells, you can take one of them yourself. The idea is that once a demon has learned all it can, you’ll likely replace him. At any given time you can have 3 demons on your party, and 5 more in reserve. You can swap demons in and out if required, depending on the battle at hand. It’s unique and for some reason reminds me of Pokémon in the sense of swapping creatures in and out in order to always have the advantage.

      I’ll be able to play more tomorrow so I’m curious to see how this expands. It was brutally hard at first. When I was level 1 pretty much anything that touched me would one-shot me. The same is true for the demons. I’m trying to recruit all the demons I come across mainly so I can gain the best abilities before ditching them for higher leveled demons later on.

      I’ll likely be re-writing this in a separate article tomorrow, but those are my very first impressions.

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