Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers screenshots

Meet the main character's hacker support squad.

Atlus has released six new screenshots of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers showing the main character’s support team.

After Nemissa, a demon construct, takes over the main character’s girlfriend Hitomi, the protagonist turns to his hacker group for support. There’s:

  • Spooky – Should come as no surprise that a character named Spooky founded the hacker group Spookies. You don’t get to be boss of a hacker group without being good at hacking. Spooky is a true leader and will help during times of crisis.
  • Lunch – You can’t hack Amami City without a good rig, and Lunch is the best there is at building them. His technical expertise and calm demeanor are matched only by his appetite … hence the name.
  • Six – Six manages the other kind of hardware a hacker group needs. His nickname comes from the number of shots his favorite weapon holds.
  • Yu-ichi – Every team needs its FNG, and Yu-ichi is as green as they come. But his lack in skill and common sense are made up by his dedication to the group, even if it means bungling things up from time to time.

Soul Hackers is due out for 3DS on April 16 in North America.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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