Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor is one of the best unsung RPGs on Nintendo's current-gen handheld -- which might have something to do with the fact that it's not the easiest game to find in stores. Fortunately, our chances of getting the hands on the game will likely improve later this year, when Atlus releases Devil Survivor Over Clock, a 3DS update of the original 2009 title, in Japan.

In addition to a couple of extra titular words and a third dimension, Over Clock will expand the game's seven-day-long plotline by an additional day. This extra 24-hour period includes 20 new summonable demons, new maps and additional difficulties. The game will also now be fully voiced this time around, which should make some of its more over-the-top dialogue infinitely more entertaining. An Atlus representative remained tight-lipped when we asked about the game's U.S. release plans, but we've got our fingers crossed for news on the horizon.

For now, check out Famitsu for a handful of screens from the spruced-up 3D RPG.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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