The G-MODE Archives+: Megami Tensei Gaiden Last Bible PC Port Heading to Steam

The medieval and futuristic fantasy mobile games from the Last Bible series are headed to PC

Published: November 28, 2022 1:46 PM /


Last Bible Header from Steam, Last Bible PC Port

G-Mode and Atlus will be releasing the three Lost Bible games from the Megami Tensei Gaiden series on Steam at some point in the near future, though confirmed release dates have yet to be announced. 

Initially, all three of these games were only released on mobile devices, but more recently the Last Bible trilogy was ported to the Nintendo Switch in Japan. In a recent Tweet from @GmodePR, the company announced that the games will be getting a PC port later on down the line as well. The Tweet states that the completely original game that was once only accessible in Japan via mobile devices will now be available on Steam. Though they are not released as of yet and do not have a release date, all three of the games do have the Wishlist option available for those interested in playing the ports. 

Last Bible Screenshot from steam, Last Bible PC Port

If you aren't familiar with the Megami Tensei Gaiden series, the games consist of either a medieval fantasy world or a futuristic fantasy world depending on which game you play. For example, Megami Tensei Gaiden: SHINYAKU LAST BIBLE features a demon who comes back every 100 years to invade the planet of Galeria ad wreak havoc over and over again. Players will need to use their wits and skills to destroy the invader once and for all, which includes combining monsters and strengthening monsters to destroy the threat that looms. 

These three games will not be version locked, but it is somewhat up in the air as to whether or not they will support languages other than Japanese. One fan of the franchise speculated that if the games do not have this multi-language support, it will leave some room for fans of the games to translate the game for the company in the future. Hopefully, the implementation of other languages and translations arrive when the games release, but for not only time will tell. 

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