Atlus has decided to do us JRPG fans a solid by releasing Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne HD Remaster, a re-release of the hard-as-nails PS2 classic with better graphics and some quality of life improvements.
If you ever wanted Pokemon to be a lot darker and depressing, SMT 3: Nocturne HD is your game and it’s still a lot of fun to this day, thanks to an addictive battle system and being able to recruit demons.
Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne HD - Should You Let Pixie Leave?
The very first demon you recruit in SMT 3: Nocturne HD is Pixie, a cute little creature that shoots lightning and heals you, making her an ideal party member.
When you meet, Pixie says she needs someone strong enough to take her to Yoyogi Park, which players will eventually get to once they beat the first boss.
Once you reach Yoyogi Park, Pixie wonders if you two should depart and players have been curious about that as well.
Honestly, the simple answer is NO, do not let her go. Don’t worry, when Pixie stays with your party she’s not going to act like a prisoner so there’s no guilt to be felt here.
Plus, when you have Pixie reach Level 8 she will transform into High Pixie, who is a lot stronger and has some decent magic skills.
If you decide to part ways, Pixie will give you the Ankh Magatama, which gives you healing spells and that’s not a great reward as players can easily buy that later in the game.
Plus, players get a very special reward for keeping Pixie (or a demon made by a Pixie fusion) near the game’s end so don’t let her leave.
Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne HD Remaster is now available on the PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.