By Ishaan . March 14, 2013 . 12:00pm
Devil Survivor Overclocked’s European release is just around the corner, which brings us to the subject of its sequel, Devil Survivor 2.
This morning, the game’s European publisher, Ghostlight, posted an update concerning Devil Survivor 2’s release in Europe.
“Currently the European version of the game is finished and has been approved for release by Nintendo,” writes Ghostlight’s Ross Brierley. “However, without going into too much detail, retail support for DS titles is understandably low at the moment making it difficult for us to release the title.”
Brierley continues: “We haven’t given up though and we’re currently looking into several different ways of making this fantastic game available to you all. One way that I’ve heard being discussed on the Ghostlight grapevine is that we may release a Collector’s Edition of the game exclusively through our website which will mean we’d need your full support in making this release happen.”
More news on this front, Brierley says, will be made available in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, over in Japan, Atlus have announced an updated version of Devil Survivor 2 for the Nintendo 3DS, with more news to be shared towards the end of this month.