Last week we have reported that the European version of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked contained some game breaking bugs and some other problems which made the game pretty much unplayable. In most cases the 3DS console will freeze, forcing gamers to reset the game.
European fans have been pretty vocal about these problems: not only the game took way too long to get released in Europe but it also came in an almost unplayable form.
Ghostlight, the European publisher of the game, has made an official announcement today regarding the game’s bugs: the publisher confirmed that a few of them, like the impossibility of summoning demons during battle, make completing the game impossible. Ghostlight has been in contact with Atlus: the Japanese developer is already looking into fixing the possible cause of the many problems. Nintendo has also been contacted and they will help both Ghostlight and Atlus in making a patch available as soon as possible.
While no release date for a fix has been given, it’s probably getting released in a few days. While these issues are quite annoying, it’s good to know that Ghostlight is working quickly to address them and let European gamers enjoy the game.