The Pan European Game Information (PEGI), and the Entertainment Software Rating Board have revealed an unannounced Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster port for PC.
Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster released for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 October 2020 in Japan, and is scheduled to release worldwide this spring, however, Atlus did not announce a PC version for the game.
Here is how the ESRB describes the game:
Players use melee attacks, magic spells, and demons’ abilities to kill enemies. Battles are sometimes frenetic, accompanied by screen-shaking effects, bursts of lights, and impact sounds. Some sequences depict additional acts of violence and blood: a bloodied man snapping a character’s neck; characters lying in corridors, stained with streaks of blood; a character wearing the skinned faces of his victims.
The game contains some sexual material: topless female demons; a demonic creature with a phallic-shaped head and torso; demons with suggestive traits referenced in text (e.g., “Succubus”; “They visit women in their sleep and have sexual intercourse with them”; “Like their mother, they have sex with men at night”; “The victims won’t wake up during sex…”). The word “f**k” is heard in the game.
Shin Megami Tensei III released with the name Nocturne in America and Lucifer’s Call in Europe, the game is a JRPG set in a dystopian Tokyo, the players take the role of a student transformed into a half-demon. Players explore Tokyo as they seek power and a reason to create or destroy the world.
Shin Megami Tensei III’s protagonist, the demi-fiend can persuade demons to join his party, the game features a large ‘Demonic Compendium’ of different races that players can collect and fuse to summon powerful allies. The first teaser trailer showcases some of the main races in Shin Megami Tensei III, the Fairy race, they are magic-oriented demons, the adorable Pixie and her healing Dia will be the first demon to help players to survive in the challenging game.