Shin Megami Tensei IV For $19.99 And Other Atlus Discounts On eShop

By Ishaan . August 18, 2014 . 10:30am

Here we go again. Once more, Atlus’ games are on discount sale on the Nintendo eShop for 3DS. You can find a list of the discounted titles below:


Shin Megami Tensei IV – $19.99

Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers – $14.99

Code of Princess – $14.99

Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl – $14.99

Etrian Odyssey IV – $14.99

Devil Survivor: Overclocked – $14.99

Conception II – $29.99


All of the above will be on sale until 9 am PST on September 1st.

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  • Yoshinatsu

    Still waiting for the European release!

    • Arizato

      Confirmed for September release, you know!

      • Hexodious

        Watch it get delayed again.

        Typical Atlus.

  • TreizeX

    Why don’t they just make those prices permanent

    • pepsi

      You know how sites report that atlus games are on sale?
      You know how we are talking about it right know?
      Thats why.

    • Adrian Duran

      I don’t think items in Nintendo’s eShop can be permanently discounted, or at least I never seen it before

      even launch games cost as much as they did when they released

      • There are a lot of permanent price drops. NSMB2 is $30, used to be $40. Rayman legends used to be $60, now it’s $40.

  • AuraGuyChris

    Worth noting is that GameStop is offering SMTIV at half off too, except in retail form.

  • Raymond

    Damn it. I have bought so many games for my 3ds that i have no more room on my SD card. XD You are killing me Atlus and nintendo.

  • Kroz

    Geez is this even news anymore? When are these not on sale?

    • Dascylus

      The only thing that’s news is they dropped the price of SMT IV by another $5.

  • Daniel Jeanbaptiste

    Why everytime I don’t have money it happens.

    • Kaetsu

      Atlus has sales on a weekly basis lol.

  • kuzuha

    Woah, awesome! For someone who lives in Europe but has an American 3DS, those are very good prices. Now I can’t help but buy 4 games at once. :D

  • Afternoon Intergalactic

    I have already bought half of the titles from these sales hrnggghhh. Might have to pick up EOU at this rate…..

    • Hound

      EOU is worth it. With all the adjustments made over EOIV’s mechanics, it’s much faster (battle animations, walking, etc) and more “pick-up and play” thanks to staircase warps etc.

      I find myself playing it often on lunch breaks since the minimum time commitment isn’t as heavy as previous entries (though it’s still just as lengthy of an overall game.)

      The differences between it and the original Etrian Odyssey (I own 1, 2, 4, and U, never beat 2) are extreme enough that the story mode can basically be considered a sequel of some sort. Even the skill trees are drastically changed, and the story really links all the EO games together (I’ve always considered each their own universe, so it was rather fascinating.)

      • Afternoon Intergalactic

        Thanks for the info. I played the demo and it seemed interesting. At the price I might just be willing to start another dungeon crawler.

  • klkAlexar

    This is why I’m not buying Persona Q day one. I can always count on Atlus to regularly discount their games.

  • seyEliveD

    Atlus’ games are pure gold.

  • Zeik56

    Hrmmm. I was just thinking to myself that I should maybe pick up Untold next time it’s on sale, and $15 is pretty cheap, but that’s also $15 less toward other upcoming games.

    I wish I wasn’t so broke!

  • Spirit Macardi

    I keep thinking about getting Code of Princess, but the fact that the main character looks like she’s prancing around in her underwear is kind of squicky to me :/

    I dunno. Do you need to play as her for long before you can unlock another character, and do you need to keep playing as her to get more?

    • HarakiriKami

      She was designed by a girl tho

      • Hound

        So were the characters in Neptunia and Saki. Does that matter?

        • HarakiriKami

          No but in this game its not that big of a deal

      • Spirit Macardi

        That’s not even an issue.

        I don’t care who designed her, I just personally find her attire extremely off-putting. There’s just something about characters in underwear or what looks like underwear that rubs me the wrong way.

        It’s just an issue with me personally; I understand others may not feel the same way. But at the same time, I’d like to be able to play the game and not feel creeped out.

        • HarakiriKami

          Yes you can.

    • Ooh. “Squicky”. That is a perfect word to use with this stuff.

    • HarakiriKami

      Its not that big of a deal to be honest.

      The framerate issues are more pertinent

    • カルロ ランバルディ

      you get other characters like immediately

  • Atlus sales are hard to resist…

  • Hey Atlus, why don’t you knock down some MSRPs on your Physical Releases? I’m a patient guy, but watching the prices on your games NOT move in my Amazon cart is pretty annoying after you reduce prices on the eShop so many times…

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  • Kaijumaster

    sadly, I don’t care for Shin Megami/Etrian games, I bought Code Of Princess. when it came out, and Conception II was a joke.

    • HarakiriKami

      do you like srpgs

      • Kaijumaster

        I do, but those two particular series have just never grabbed me.

    • disgaea36

      ur loss :/

  • E.T.993

    ATLUs sales. The only thing other than Steam sales that matter. (or the Eshop in general)

  • Fruity Insanity

    I bought this game near launch, dropping $50 on a game I haven’t finished.

    Same with EO:U Millennium Girl.

    I love Atlus, but sometimes their sales make me sad.

    • Zeik56

      You could say the same for most games these days. It’s rare for games not to see massive discounts within a year.

      Nintendo games seem like the only ones still exempt from that, which makes me more sad. If I pick up a game at launch I do so knowing it will probably be cheaper in the future, but picking up a game that’s a year or two old at full price is a hard pill to swallow.

    • Yeah I did, too (and still haven’t finished), but there was the $30 store credit that came with it and I’m a sucker for a deal. I can complain about the price and buying early, but damn if I haven’t enjoyed the hell out of the game. Definitely worth the $50.

      • Fruity Insanity

        Yeah, I mostly bought it for the $30 credit with Awakening, too. :/

        And because of that, I don’t regret buying SMT IV as much.

        But EO… Man, I could’ve bought both EO IV and EO U for *LESS* than I spent on the game at launch… all because of my greed of limited edition stuff. :V

        Dat CD, doe.

  • I have the physical copies of two of these games (guess which ones) and the rest as digital.

    Someone else needs to host sales so I can buy ’em all.

  • Lloyd Christmas

    I wonder if SMT IV is worth it.

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