It's a light week in terms of new releases on account of E3. However, there's definitely one game RPG enthusiasts should play in any waking moments not consumed by keeping tabs on all the pomp and circumstance out of Los Angeles this week.
Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2 arrives on PlayStation Network in North America later today, and will make its digital debut across Europe tomorrow. The Atlus role-playing game first released for the PlayStation 2 in 2005. It's the concluding piece to the original Digital Devil Saga, which also just landed on PSN in western territories.
And for the person that inevitably asks, these titles, as with all others in the "PS2 Classics" line, are available solely via PlayStation 3. Sorry, PS4 and Vita friends, but them's the breaks.
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