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Celebrate Fourth Of July Like A Samurai With This Shin Megami Tensei IV Unboxing

Posted on Thursday, July 4 @ 09:30:19 PST by

John Hardin has his hands on the Limited Edition of Shin Megami Tensei IV, but don't be mad. It's because he works for Atlus. The design book looks fantastic, as does the oversized 3DS box. I love Atlus special editions because they pack so many goodies into as small a package as possible. It certainly makes preordering an upcoming Atlus game easier.

I'm several hours into Shin Megami Tensei IV at this point, and we'll have some extended coverage next week, including video of some early parts of the game, but hooooo boy are the spoilers strong with this one. If you're a diehard SMT fan, you'll probably want to be careful with what you read in the coming weeks (but don't worry about GameRevolution, I won't post anything that disrupts your enjoyment of the story).
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