Dedicated followers are digitizing a whole Persona card recreation that was launched again within the late ‘90s in Japan and was never released in the West. They’ve already scanned over a thousand playing cards and all of the rule books.

As noticed by VG 24/7, weaK_willO over on the ResetEra boards posted that they’d purchased up a big lot of over 20,000 playing cards, all from a lesser-known Persona/Shin Megami Tensei buying and selling card recreation known as Digital Devil Story. The card recreation launched in 1997 and ran till round 2004, with new playing cards being added throughout these years. Digital Devil Story included characters from Shin Megami Tensei 1, Shin Megami Tensei 2, Shin Megami Tensei If…, Devil Summoner Saturn, Soul Hackers, Persona 1, Persona 2, and Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne. 

The complete recreation ended over 15 years in the past and since then it has by no means been correctly archived within the west or totally translated.

However, weaK_willO is hoping to attempt to do exactly that and has thus far made nice progress. With the assistance of some pals, they’ve already scanned and uploaded almost 1500 playing cards, all the principles books, and card lists. Next up: They plan on translating all of the playing cards they’ve uploaded and are going to scan and translate the playing cards they don’t personal but.

G/O Media could get a fee

All of this content material is freely accessible to any Persona or SMT followers who wish to print off playing cards or create their very own digital model of Digital Devil Story.