Atlus's Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker releases next week in North America, so for those who aren't acquainted with the combat mechanics in the game the publisher has released a new trailer detailing said mechanics.
The trailer showcases some of the key combat mechanics in the game, ranging from selecting skills to crack by poaching specific demons, setting your party members and skills, or exploiting elemental weaknesses and abusing the Extra Turn system to wipe out enemies.
Also, Atlus has released a new Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker-specific Nintendo 3DS theme on the Nintendo Theme Shop for the low-low price of 99 cents. The headline image for this news post shows it off and you can get a video look at it through Atlus's Instagram account. The theme is available now for purchase.
In the new post-game content, entitled the "Triangulum" arc, Nicaea is back online and the protagonist and the others will have to confront their own deaths to alter their fates and save the world. This new portion includes around 40 hours of new content including new characters, settings, bosses and more additions.
The Nintendo 3DS version of the game includes fully voiced content for both the original "Sepentrione" arc and the new post-game arc. Atlus also included new StreetPass and SpotPass functionality. Additionally, those who've played the original game can skip straight to the new post-game content if they wish.
Along with the usual soundtrack CD, featuring music from Atlus's renowned composer Shoji Meguro, and collectable outer box included with most of Atlus's first-party releases, Atlus will also be including several decal sheets featuring characters from the game and the logos for the death video website Nicaea and the paramilitary organization JP's.
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker will be released in North America on May 5 at retail and digitally via the Nintendo eShop. Our review for the game will be up on May 4th, so be sure to check back on Monday to read our thoughts on the game.