Shin Megami Tensei V Vengeance event at Red Tokyo Tower
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SMT V: Vengeance Event Appears at RED° Tokyo Tower

Atlus revealed that a new physical collaboration event featuring Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance has appeared at RED° Tokyo Tower. The gaming attraction facility inside the Tokyo Tower offers merchandise and drinks themed after the characters and demons from SMT V: Vengeance throughout July 2024.

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People will first have to purchase a special ticket priced at 2,700 yen (~$16.75) to access the SMT V: Vengeance event at RED° Tokyo Tower. However, they will also have to prepare more money if they want to buy exclusive game-themed merchandise and drinks.

The drinks inspired by Nahobino (Blue lemonade squash), Jack Frost (Sparkling lemon), and Qadistu (Sparkling berries) cost 800 yen each. Meanwhile, the new SMT V: Vengeance merchandise lineup ranges from tin badges at 440 yen to Jack Frost handy fans that cost 3,800 yen (~$23.55).

The ticket will let the visitor play any attractions inside the facility for 90 minutes. It will also include access to a mobile stamp rally app where they can win a bonus card. The ticket will also come with a set of chibi SMT V: Vengeance character stickers, regardless of whether they play the stamp rally or not.

Shin Megami Tensei V Vengeance event contents at Red Tokyo Tower
Image courtesy of Atlus

RED° Tokyo Tower has been frequently holding collaboration events featuring Atlus video games. The facility previously held an event featuring Persona 5 Tactica, followed directly by Persona 3 Reload in late 2023.

The Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance event at RED° Tokyo Tower is available to access until July 28, 2024.

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