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Shin Megami Tensei - (Super Nintendo SNES)

Shin Megami Tensei - (Super Nintendo SNES)

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This is a NSTC English Translated repro of Shin Megami Tensei that was originally on Super Famicom.

A boy lives with his mother in an area of Tokyo known as Kichijoji. One night, he has a strange dream. In his dream, the boy wanders into another dimension and enters a maze. There he encounters talking doors, a crucified boy, a boy tortured by demons, a strange girl, and a mysterious ritual...

Once he awakens from this dream, he learns that a murder in nearby Inogashira Park has set the whole city on edge, and the police are preventing anyone from entering or leaving the area. Along with this news, the boy discovers that someone has sent him a strange email containing a file called the "Demon Summoning Program," that seems to do exactly what it sounds like...
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Shin Megami Tensei - (Super Nintendo SNES)
Custom Case + GameSMT1SNESCG16
Custom Case + GameSMT1SNESCG16
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Shin Megami Tensei - (Super Nintendo SNES)
Game Only (No Case)SMT1SNESGO16
Game Only (No Case)SMT1SNESGO16
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Antimtr
Box art didn't fill the whole box

Kinda weird. Seems like it could've just been printed a little larger. Games themselves rock.

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Mike Nestick
Excellent cart!

Phenomenal cart, works well, great reproduction!

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E.R.
Good, but outdated version

The box and cartridge look fine (the print being a bit low quality on the box), but beware that this is using the original Aeon Genesis translation, which is outdated by the patch that fixes its many bugs. Still runs great on my snes, and the bugs aren’t the worst as I’m aware of them and how to work around some of them.