Shin Megami Tensei SMT III Nocturne SuperGroupies merchandise

SMT III SuperGroupies Items Will Let You Become the Demi-Fiend

SuperGroupies opened pre-orders for its new SMT III merchandise items. The brand will release watches, bags, and wallets designed after the Demi-Fiend, the protagonist of Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne.

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All three items will feature a black base with green patterns inspired by the Demi-fiend’s tattoos. They will also have the Magatama design that looks like the number 6.

The $180 watch will come with additional day and month subdials. The $148 backpack and the $118 wallet will have inner patterns designed after the Terminals. All prices listed are still subject to tax.

Pre-orders for these items are available until September 5, 2021, at 11 PM ET. SuperGroupies will ship the SMT III Nocturne items in Japan between December 2021 and January 2022. All items are expected to arrive in the United States around mid-May 2022. The brand has previously revealed items based on many other well-known anime and game franchises, such as Cowboy Bebop and Type-Moon’s The Garden of Sinners.

Atlus originally released Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne for PlayStation 2 in 2003 in Japan and 2004 in North America. An HD remaster of the title is immediately available worldwide on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. In July 2021, Atlus held a survey asking Western players about the recently released remaster, among others.

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