One of the first 3DS games from Atlus will be familiar to DS owners. The "Devil Summoner" game Atlus announced for the 3DS last year is actually an enhanced port of Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor, a DS title that was released here in June of 2009. On the 3DS, the game will be called Devil Survivor Over Clock. As detailed in this week's Famitsu, Atlus is packing the game with new features, most notably a new scenario. While the original's story ran through seven days, Over Clock adds an eighth day scenario. Demons are also getting a boost, up from the 130 demons of the DS version to over 150 on the 3DS. Presentation will see some major updates through full voice, with over 20,000 lines of dialogue, and updated visuals that take advantage of the 3DS's higher resolution. So far, we know of only one way the system's 3D effects will be put to use: demon models will appear to pop out of the screen in status screens. On the gameplay front, Famitsu says that the auction system and 3 on 3 "Extra Turn Battle" system will return, but it does not mention any changes. Even if there aren't any changes, players will presumably appreciate the inclusion of difficulty settings. While it may be disappointing that one of the first Atlus titles for the 3DS is an enhanced port, at least the wait won't be too long. Famitsu lists the game as 90% complete. A Japanese release is currently planned for 2011. A release outside of Japan has yet to be announced. [/p] Source And the girly yells of fanboys was heard around the world. Although Devil Survivor was pretty good, just preferred Strange Journey myself. I could live with an enhanced port of it.