Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked took quite a long time to get released in Europe and even after being officially available most players haven’t been able to enjoy the game as intended. The European version was released with a couple of bugs which prevent some functions from working correctly: one of the bugs afflicts the Demon Auction function, while another prevent players from using the Summon command during battle.
Ghostlight, the company that released the game in Europe, has been aware of the problems and has worked closely with Atlus to solve them as quickly as possible: a patch has been in the works for a few weeks and today we finally got some news on the patch from Ghostlight’s Official Blog. Ross Brierly states:
“I’m relieved to report that the Devil Survivor Overclocked patch has now passed through testing here and a submission to Nintendo is imminent. The key issues regarding Devil Summoning and the Auction House have been fixed and Atlus have also improved the naming convention for characters and demons. Once Nintendo have approved the patch, we are hopeful that it will be available to download from the eShop in the next few weeks.”
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked is now available on 3DS in North America and Europe.