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Megami Tensei (Telenet)
MTelenet
デジタル・デビル物語 女神転生 日本テレネット
Dejitaru Debiru Sutori Megami Tensei Nihon Terunetto
Game Information
Developer Telenet
Publisher Telenet
Genre RPG
Platform MSX
NEC PC–8801
FM-7
Sharp X1
Release Dates
Flag of Japan MSX
July, 1987
NEC PC–8801
August, 1987
Sharp X1
August, 1987
FM-7
September, 1987

Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei is a game for the MSX series of computers, later ported to similar machines. Developed by Telenet, it is also the very first game in the entire Megami Tensei franchise; however, though it is based on the same source, it has no other ties to the later games developed by Atlus.

The PC-88 and Sharp X1 version is essentially a remake of the original simpler MSX game. It is unclear what the FM-7 version is like, but it is likely based on the PC-88/X1 version.

Gameplay is mostly based on the arcade game Gauntlet.

CharactersEdit

GalleryEdit

Covers
 
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MSX Front Cover
 
MegamiTenseiPC-8800FrontCover
PC-8801 Front Cover
 
MegamiTenseiPC-8800SpineCover
PC-8801 Spine
 
MegamiTenseiPC-8800BackCover
PC-8801 Back Cover
 
MegamiTenseiSharpX1FrontCover
Sharp X1 Front Cover
 
MegamiTenseiFM-7FrontCover
FM-7 Front Cover
Artbook
 
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