Devil Survivor Overclocked's EU release gets expedited

Mar 07 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

People of Europe will get to survive earlier than possible.

You know, it's rare to see a game go through the privilege of getting pushed forward. Thankfully, Ghostlight has taken a special initiative by changing Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked's release date from April 5th to March 29th. 

In other great news, Future COMP users that pre-ordered their copy through Ghostlight's store will be rewarded with a different bonus, because the extra double sided poster has been replaced with two A1 posters that feature the game's cover artwork and the city of Tokyo -- perfect for Demon Fusion. 

Devil Survivor Overclocked's price will remain at £34.99, so you won't have to worry about losing your soul over Ghostlight's convenient new changes. While it's unfortunate that Europe had to wait almost two years for their copy, they are at least getting some goodies that the folks in North America didn't get with Atlus USA's release of the game. With that out of the way, may you guys have fun with surviving the Tokyo Lockdown on March 29th -- Let's Survive. 


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