Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army Comes to PSN Next Week, Still Has Way Too Long of a Name


The Shin Megami Tensei universe has developed quite a cult following over the years thanks to stellar titles like Persona 4, Digital Devil Saga & Nocturne. Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army originally released for the Playstation 2 back in 2006, but if you missed out and own a PS3 you’ll be able to download it from PSN starting next week.

Aside from having a name that makes me even more thankful to have a copy/paste function on my keyboard, Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army is more action-based than previous games in the SMT universe. It’s not my favorite game in the series, but I still enjoyed it more than Strange Journey.

Still, Shin Megami Tensei always tends to offer strange and mature storylines to enjoy, so if you’re up for something completely different you might want to keep an eye on PSN next week. No exact release date has been confirmed, nor a price, so I hope you like surprises!

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gamercard Bradley Keene is an avid gamer & freelance blogger from Baltimore, MD who typically handles news and reviews here at What’s Your Tag?. If he’s not knee-deep in an RPG or some form of Nintendo game, he’s usually watching terrible horror films or listening to Gwar. Follow him on Twitter @amgfail_WYT, or contact him by e-mail at


  1. Of course, Americas only. Seriously, as an European the more I see the barebones PSN classics selection Sony gives us compared to the American one, the more I feel we’ve been buying way too many Playstations instead of the XBs over the years for Sony to even care about trying to win us over. :/

    1. At least Nintendo loves you guys and releases most of the third party exclusives early. Sometimes we don’t even get them without crying about it lol. I’d gladly trade a better PSN if I didn’t have to wait so long to play all three Operation Rainfall titles or wait almost 2 years for Bravely Default.

      1. I guess weโ€™ve got the little Nintendo land called Germany to thank for these guysโ€™ love for the region. ๐Ÿ™‚ Still, itโ€™s not like we had to wait that much less for Bravely Default and such. Plus, as frustrating as waiting may be, IMO itโ€™s still better than not getting feisty amounts of content at all โ€“ which is fairly annoying since weโ€™re talking digital distribution here, so itโ€™s not like there are some huge costs of entry at play either.

      2. That’s very true as well, digital distribution removes a lot of the hassle so I really don’t see what the issue is.

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