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Classic Game Room reviews DEVIL SUMMONER 2 for Playstation 2 PS2 from Atlus. This Japanese style adventure game is as cool as it gets with demon fusing, zany enemies that look like lawn ornaments and awesome cinematics. Are you looking for an awesome action packed game where you control demons who wield magic in battle while shoot onion people and then slash swamp things with a sword? Yes, here it is. This CGRHD review of Devil Summoner 2 has gameplay footage from Devil Summoner 2 on PS2. Your job is to defend the city from an invasion by a bunch of weirdos. Your best friend is a cat, you work for a detective agency and you can travel to the dark realm and recruit or fight demons. This game is so rad that it's scary. The cinematic cut scenes are creative and very well done and Devil Summoner 2 should pack hours and days and weeks of exciting investigating, demon slaying, magic using, pixie wasting fun. Classic Game Room reviews the English version of Devil Summer 2 as a PS2 reviewer, see how Devil Summoner 2 is reviewed.
Classic Game Room reviews PERSONA for PSP in the Shin Megami Tensei series from Atlus. This amazing and creative series has many games for a variety of consoles such as the Nintendo DS and Playstation 2. Persona marks the series debut on the PSP with turn based strategy, dungeon crawling, demon slaying RPG action. Darker and more subdued than the other games (in the SMT series) that I've played, Persona missed some of the "wow" factor that made the others jump off the screen. Play as a team of teenagers (surprise!) from high school who are uncovering a mystery as to why demons are appearing all over town and their high school disappears and stuff like that. The usual, you know how it is. Feelings, inner turmoil, fighting demons, blah blah blah. Persona has a very sedimentary turn based strategy fighting style where two opposing teams square off in a rectangle and take turns casting magic spells, shooting and attacking each other with swords, guns and mop handles. Level up characters with experience points, level your personas up while using them and enjoy hours and hours of gameplay in this fancy dungeon crawler from Atlus. This CGR review of Person on PSP has gameplay from the Shin Megami Tensei video game Persona from Atlus.