Ghostlight Asks for Help to Release Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 in Europe

on August 1, 2013 12:25 PM

European publisher Ghostlight just sent in a press release asking for help. The company is having problems publishing the quite awesome Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 for the Nintendo DS in Europe due to lack of retailer interest.

In order to save the day the publisher is now offering the game for preorder on the Ghostlight Store, however the game will only get manufactured if they can get enough preorders to cover manufacturing costs. If that condition won’t be fulfilled everyone that preordered will be refunded.

There are two different offers available, detailed as follows:

Standalone Bundle

Devil Survivor 2 (DS)

This special edition will be factory sealed and include an exclusive A4 folded poster featuring the cover art. Anyone pre-ordering the game will have the option to include their name in the manual and also as a bonus, pre-ordered units will feature a special gold coloured Devil Survivor logo on the inlay.

Pre-Order price £24.99/€29.99

Devil Survivor Bundle

Devil Survivor 2 (DS) & Devil Survivor Overclocked (3DS) with a £10.00 discount!

You’ll receive Devil Survivor 2 as above and both games will be factory sealed. As with Option 1, anyone pre-ordering the bundle will have the option to include their name in the DS2 manual.

Pre-Order price £49.98/€59.98 (usual price £59.98/€69.98)

Unfortunately the company won’t be able to ship the game in Germany due to an “existing distribution agreement”.

So, do you want  Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 fellow Europeans? If you do, you better pull out that credit card. To help you decide, you can find the trailer and a few screenshots below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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