Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse launch edition includes metal emblem set

Representing peace, anarchy, and Dagda's mark.

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse

Pre-orders and launch day copies of Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse in the Americas will include a set of three metal emblem pins, Atlus announced.

The emblems are roughly 0.75″ in diameter each and have a high shine finish. From left to right, they represent Peace, Anarchy, and Dagda’s mark. In the game, Dagda, the god who resurrects the protagonist, literally leaves his mark on the hero.

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse overlaps the story of the original Shin Megami Tensei IV and stars a Hunter cadet protagonist who gets killed by a demon in post-apocalyptic Tokyo. However, a god named Dagda resurrects him in exchange for his loyalty, and sets him on a path that treads a fine line between peace and anarchy.

Here’s an overview of the game’s features, via Atlus:

  • Divine Intrigue – Choose between peace or anarchy while being a pawn in the gods’ chess game.
  • Combat Partners – Hunting demons is dangerous, so count on some backup! Alongside the standard three demons, players will be able to rely on one of seven partners to help win battles.
  • Oodles of Demons – Be on your guard because Tokyo is infested with a series record 450+ demons to fight, fuse, or recruit.
  • Revamped Demon Fusion – Demons will have affinities for certain skills, so players can better plan the outcome of fusions.
  • Classic SMT Combat – Prospective Hunters will exploit weaknesses, boost attributes, and unlock skill bonuses with the returning Press Turn and Smirking systems.

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse is due out for 3DS in the Americas this summer. It will be available physically and digitally for $49.99 / CA$64.99.

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