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SMT: Digital Devil Saga Available As PS2 Classic on PSN

Posted on Tuesday, May 20 @ 12:09:54 PST by

Atlus has seen fit to remind us all that Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga is available today as a PS2 Classic on PSN for PlayStation 3. Now that it's rare in stores, the low price of $9.99 is appropriately a godsend.

This title is an addition to the string of Atlus titles also available as PS2 Classics including Persona 4, SMT: Nocturne, and SMT: Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoka vs. the Soulless Army. (Yep, that's a mouthful.)

Loosely based on SMT: Nocturne, SMT: Digital Devil Saga takes place in The Junkyard, a place of constant strife between warring tribes. Luckily, your group's ability to transform into demons should allow them to make it to the bitter end.

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