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Atlus to replace defective SMT: Strange Journey OST CDs

Atlus has quickly addressed the issue regarding the Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey bonus CD soundtrack. Since there was no playable audio soundtrack on the disc for CD players, Atlus has worked with their manufacturing partner to smooth things over with customers

Said manufacturing partner printed the CDs in a data format instead of audio. You could stick the existing CD it your computer (which you would probably do anyway) and simply convert the .WAV files found on the disc to MP3 or your format of choice, but for collectors and fans of physical media, this should prove to be a satisfactory solution.

At any rate, this is further proof that Atlus is not only awesome, but quick to respond to the defect. Using the following link, customers of SMT: Strange Journey can a replacement CD:

Strange Journey Defective Sountrack CD Replacement

Source: Crystal Sword, Atlus USA Forums
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About The Silent Protagonistone of us since 1:33 AM on 10.06.2009

I've been into games since I was able to reach the joystick on the Pac-Man arcade cabinet. That was 1982 - ever since that day I knew gaming and I would be bound by fate in some way, shape or form that I've still yet to figure out.

Until then, I've decided to just play games, enjoy them, blog about games and otherwise not shut up about them. Well, I do think about other stuff, I just keep coming back to the whole games thing.

Metroid is probably still my all-time favorite series. Its the one I keep coming back to year after year despite which version it might be. Super Metroid and Metroid Prime 2 are my favorites of the series and I also often enjoy anything Metroid-like. I enjoy the solitude and exploration of such games.

I also enjoy Shin Megami Tensei, Fallout, Deus Ex, The Elder Scrolls - pretty much anything with a lot of solitary exploration and a large world makes me a rather happy camper. To contrast this I usually need some lighter and happier games as well, which could be anything from a Pokemon game to a fashion game. Retro games of most stripes are something I still enjoy. Sometimes you just need that sort of contrast to keep going.

My platforms of choice tend to be handhelds, I'm starting to consider dropping any non-Nintendo console in favor of PC since Sony's IPs don't appeal to me and Halo just ends up on PC at some point anyway. I don't hate Playstation per se, I just hate what its become under the current Sony.

I do keep a PS2 handy to revisit Playstation's glory days. Great console, easily one of the best platforms aside from SNES, DS and Dreamcast.

As for other things about me, I guess we'll find out, won't we?