This follows a release in the United States last month, where the Nintendo 3DS port garnered generally positive reviews. A turn-based RPG, Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers focuses on building relationships and loyalty with summoned demons, which the player uses against rival hacking groups in the fictional city of Amami.
Although Soul Hackers was originally released on on the Sega Saturn in 1997, the game never made it out of Japan. The updated 3DS port includes a bevy of extra features, including full voice-acting, improved loading times, additional battle animations, new characters and 30 new demons to summon.
NIS America haven’t confirmed a European 3DS eShop release for Soul Hackers, although it is available on the American eShop.