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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner - Kuzunoha Raidou Tai Kodokuno Marebito


Alt Names: alt デビルサマナー 葛葉ライドウ対コドクノマレビトalt Devil Summoner: Kuzunoha Raidou Tai Kodokuno Marebitoalt Devil Summoner: Kuzunoha Raidou vs. The Lonely Spiritalt Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Lonely Spiritalt Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Lonely Spiritalt 惡魔召喚: 葛葉雷道對孤獨旅人
Author: Atlus & RA-SEN
Artist: AYAMURA Kirihito
Genres: Action ActionFantasy FantasyMystery MysteryShounen ShounenSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Narumi Detective Agency is where the people of old Japan go to for mysterious and supernatural cases. But Narumi is just the face of the operation and the real hero is Kuzunoha Raido, the devil summoner. As a devil summoner, Raido can call upon many different demons to assist him in solving cases that deal with other demons causing harm in the human world. Lately, there have been a surge of cases and a powerful summoner seems to be behind all the incidents. Is the Narumi-Raido combo strong enough to overcome the demon force more powerful than anything they have experienced before?

> Part of the Megami Tensei series
( http://www.batoto.net/search?name=Shin%20Megami%20Tensei&name_cond=c&artist_name=Atlus&artist_name_cond=c )
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I miss this... :(

 

Me too. 

I miss this... :(

The fourth head branch head is called Kyouji Kuzunoha. His situation is kinda complicated, he lost his body and is now a body snatcher.


That's what I meant! Gah, I misremembered it as Kenji for some crazy reason. The Kyouji line features the body snatching ability and (fun fact) is the thing that ties both the Devil Summoner and Persona universes together.

Even if they don't continue with Raidou's storyline, I want another Devil Summoner game! There are 4 Kuzunoha branches, but the games only introduced 3 of them (Kenji, Raidou and Geirin)! 

The fourth head branch head is called Kyouji Kuzunoha. His situation is kinda complicated, he lost his body and is now a body snatcher.

Personally, Raidou's softness is one of the most important things about him. It makes him human-- all humans have some sort of weakness within themselves.
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He is soft..but I don't hate this kind of soft..

from what i've seen, the engine used in Persona 5 looks like it'd work great with a new Raidou game. after all the years and work they put in making it, there's no way they're going to use it for just one game. hopefully this means they'll keep making stuff for the ps3 instead of making ps4-exclusives.

Even if they don't continue with Raidou's storyline, I want another Devil Summoner game! There are 4 Kuzunoha branches, but the games only introduced 3 of them (Kenji, Raidou and Geirin)! 

The last game came out around the same time as Nocturne and Persona 4, so it's about time for a new entry. (*hint hint Atlus!*)

from what i've seen, the engine used in Persona 5 looks like it'd work great with a new Raidou game. after all the years and work they put in making it, there's no way they're going to use it for just one game. hopefully this means they'll keep making stuff for the ps3 instead of making ps4-exclusives.

FFIII all over again lol

The Devil Summoner games go: Devil Summoner, Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers, Devil Summoner: Raidou vs. Soulless Army, Devil Summoner: Raidou vs. King Abaddon. The Devil Summoner games don't have numbers, so it's confusing if you started with the Raidou games. The last game came out around the same time as Nocturne and Persona 4, so it's about time for a new entry. (*hint hint Atlus!*)

 

The first game was back in the 90s and is Japan only if I recall correctly. Soul Hackers was recently ported to the 3DS and is frequently on sale on the eShop if anyone is interested. SH is pretty different from the the other entries since it's cyberpunk and it doesn't center on a member of the Kuzunoha clan. Really, the only thing that ties all the games together is the loyalty system, Victor, and mentions of the Kuzunohas.

you mean Raidou 3?  the first raidou game is Devil Summoner 3.

 

FFIII all over again lol

Man, I so want a Devil Summoner 3 game.

you mean Raidou 3?  the first raidou game is Devil Summoner 3.

Man, I so want a Devil Summoner 3 game.

ん = n, not m.  thats all there is to it.

They refer to him as a busboy but, personally, I think a more accurate term would be "errand boy". It makes sense that a high school student would be working part-time as a detective's "errand boy", "apprentice", or "intern". "Busboy" is more like working in a restaurant but maybe they chose "busboy" because of speech bubble space.

In Japanese, "n" followed by "p" pronounced "m". The accepted Roman spelling is "se-n-pa-i" and the correct pronunciation is "sem-pa-i".

 
Not really. It's just what it sounds like, when you talk quickly enough.
 
In English, "should've" and "could've" are not pronounced "should of" or "could of"; it just appears that way because the "av" in "should'av" and "could'av" kind of sounds like "of".

And psychologically speaking, people tend to hear what they recognize. Since they know "of", but not "'ve" (the short version of "have"), they only hear "of".

Just got this in chinese, somewhere starting in the middle of book 2 , shit's getting real.

jack frost or pyro jack, since they both say that

It's a band of one Jack Frost and four Black Frost, lol

I'm waiting to see Jack-san five, hee-ho :P
(If you played the game you know what I mean)

jack frost or pyro jack, since they both say that

Oh, Kukuri Hime!

In Japanese, "n" followed by "p" pronounced "m". The accepted Roman spelling is "se-n-pa-i" and the correct pronunciation is "sem-pa-i".
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@Tferr
Look at this guy who thinks he knows jack.

Japanese does distinguish between N and M, that's why there's characters for "na" versus "ma" or "ne" versus "me."
Ohh! Finally! Thanks, Fallen Syndicate! =D
MY CAR!!!
@Tferr
Actually it is "senpai" since it divides "se-n-pa-i". In Japanese phonetic alphabeth there is no letter "m", therefore it can't be spelled "sempai".

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