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Latest Shin Megami Tensei IV Trailer Loves Drama

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Do you love Japanese role-playing games? You might want to invest in a 3DS now, because the number of awesome RPGs is going to skyrocket over the next two years. One such epoch you might want to pay attention to is Shin Megami Tensei IV, from Atlus.

The title is nearing retail release in the far east, but we're left wondering when it'll make the transfer to America. Typically Atlus takes 6 months to a year to translate and ready one of their in-house role-playing games. For example, the original Persona 4 PS2 release took 5 months to release in the US, while the Golden release on Vita took 4 months. Persona 3 required nearly a year to release in the US, as did FES.

We'll bring you more on Shin Megami Tensei IV as its released, but hopefully it'll be more than just a Japanese trai
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