Shin Megami Tensei IV Final Famitsu Preview Features Nozomi, Character Video [Update]


Update (2015-12-08): A Hachima Kikou flying get leak reveals some more information from this week’s Famitsu, and two more characters; added near the bottom of this post.

A preview for a new Shin Megami Tensei IV Final feature for this week’s Weekly Famitsu magazine issue #1410 has been shown, and it’s about the returning character Nozomi.

This follows the previous Famitsu feature for the game on November 19th, in issue #1407, which had details on returning Shin Megami Tensei IV characters for Final.

The woman clad in red in previous SMT IV Final media has been confirmed to be the hunter Nozomi from the previous Shin Megami Tensei IV game, who is now known as the “Queen of Fairies.” This time, Nozomi is deeply involved with the story of the game, and she is one of the Final protagonist’s partners as a member of the “Evildoer Hunters.”

Nozomi is voiced by Mie Sonozaki. She is known as the “Queen of Fairies” and, as an “Evildoer Hunter,” she acts as an older sister to the rest of the group and supports the hero by acting as a counselor.

Flying Get Leak

A Famitsu leak has provided additional information from this Shin Megami Tensei IV Final feature.

The pre-emptive attack system on  enemy demons found on the field returns from the previous game, and now there are improvements to the “Smirk” system related to how partners attack during battle.


  • Napaeae (Voiced by Rei Matsuzaki): A nymph who lives in the forest of fairies.
  • Danu (Voiced by Miki Ito): The Irish fairy god and the mother of Dagda.

Nozomi Character Video

Additionally, a “character voice video” has been released for Nozomi by Famitsu, featuring an event scene from the game where Nozomi introduces herself to the protagonist’s group and interacts with Navarre and Asahi.

The December 24, 2015 edition of Famitsu—or issue #1410—will be releasing in Japan on December 10, 2015.

Shin Megami Tensei IV Final is slated to release for the Nintendo 3DS on February 10, 2016 in Japan.

Famitsu, Hachima Kikou