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[[File:MTOldTestament.png|thumb|''Kyūyaku Megami Tensei: Megami Tensei I - II'']]{{italic title}}
 
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|japan = <abbr title="Old Testament Goddess Reincarnation: Goddess Reincarnation I - II">旧約・女神転生I-II</abbr>
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|romaji = Kyūyaku Megami Tensei I-II
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|publisher = [[Atlus]]
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|developer = Opera House
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|genre = RPG
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|platform(s) = [[Super Famicom]]<br/>[[Wii]] (Virtual Console)
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|release-date-japan = '''Super Famicom'''<br/> March 31, 1995<br/>'''Wii Virtual Console'''<br/> July 3, 2012
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'''''Kyūyaku Megami Tensei: Megami Tensei I - II''''' consists of ''[[Megami Tensei]]'' and ''[[Megami Tensei II]]'' being updated and ported to the <abbr title="Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)">Super Famicom</abbr>. It was released only in Japan in 1995 after ''[[Shin Megami Tensei: if...]]'' and on the heels of ''[[Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis]]''. It was published by [[Atlus]] and developed by Opera House <ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20140626004333/http://opera-house.co.jp/works.html</ref>, which did not take too many liberties with the original gameplay. A few portions of the dungeons of the first game were redone, along with a new save game and teleportation [[Terminal]] feature which previously did not exist. The graphics and music were enhanced to match the capabilities of the Super Famicom.
   
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Just like the Super Famicom releases of the ''[[Shin Megami Tensei (Series)|Shin Megami Tensei series]]'', ''Kyūyaku Megami Tensei'' never received any official translation by [[Atlus|Atlus Co, Ltd.]], although the group [http://aerie.wingdreams.net/?p=283 Romhacking Aerie] fan-translated it in English on August 27, 2014.
'''''Kyūyaku Megami Tensei: Megami Tensei I - II''''' (旧約・女神転生I-II; <abbr title="the literal meaning">lit.</abbr> ''Old Testament Goddess Reincarnation: Goddess Reincarnation I - II'') consists of ''[[Megami Tensei]]'' and ''[[Megami Tensei II]]'' being updated and ported to the <abbr title="Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)">Super Famicom</abbr>. It was released only in Japan in 1995 after ''[[Shin Megami Tensei: if...]]'' and on the heels of ''[[Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis]]''. However [[Atlus]] did not take too many liberties with the original gameplay. A few portions of the dungeons of the first game were redone, along with a new save game and teleportation terminal feature which previously did not exist. The graphics and music were enhanced to match the capabilities of the Super Famicom.
 
   
==Release Date==
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==Bonuses==
 
''Kyūyaku'' contains a number of "easter eggs" and bonuses not present in the original titles. Typically many of these involve actions taken in the first game (''Megami Tensei I'') affecting possible side adventures and rewards in the second game (''Megami Tensei II''). Though possible to play the games in reverse order, these exclusive features require starting ''MTII'' from a completed ''MT'' save (after the credits roll after finishing ''MT'', ''MTII'' immediately starts).
*'''Japan''': March 31, 1995
 
   
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* If a Member's Card is obtained by entering [[Rag's Shop]] more than twice in ''MT'', a boy in the Shelter will give one to the [[Protagonist (Megami Tensei II)|hero]] in ''MTII''. If the card is taken to Rag's, it can be traded for a Heidrun, which can be used to heal all HP/MP and ailments except death, or saved to activate the Jack Frost Parents bonuses much later on.
==Trivia==
 
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''Kyūyaku'' contains a number of "easter egg" scenarios not present in the original titles. Typically many of these involve actions taken in the first game (''Megami Tensei I'') effecting possible side adventures and rewards in the second game (''Megami Tensei II''). Though possible to play the games in reverse order, you will miss out on these exclusive features. In the ''Megami Tensei II'' portion of ''Kyūyaku'' four new special [[Deity|Majin]] make an appearance, however their stats are each identical to another devil, so that they offer no actual advantage to the player. The Majin include [[Artemis]], [[Leto]], [[Apollo]], and [[Zeus]], all in an original visual style. [[Kerberos]] is also rendered in an original and striking fashion. However most devils appear similar to their ''Megami Tensei II''8-bit counterparts.
 
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* If the Silk Thread is given to [[Izanami]] in ''MT'', when Izanami is revived in ''MTII'' she will give the hero her robe.
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* When the [[Partner]] gets captured by [[Astaroth]], a girl will appear in the cave in the northwest, in the area where it says "You see traces of someone having been here" who asks to join; the girl becomes [[Susano-o]] if allowed to join. This event only occurs once.
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* The [[Hinokagutsuchi (sword)|Hinokagutsuchi]] can be obtained after defeating or recruiting [[Lucifer]] by going back to [[Ueno]] to the spot where the [[Nihil]] was.
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* Go into any room with an empty treasure chest, then take one step outside and push Down on the controller to turn around, turning 31 times, and then reenter the room. A [[Jack Frost]] Jr. will appear and ask if you know is Mama; say yes and the hero will receive [[Macca|ћ]]3000, 3000 [[Magnetite|MAG]], and 10,000 EXP. After doing this, when encountering [[Pyro Jack]], who can be found in the [[Island of Dreams]] area, talk to him and he will claim responsibility for Jr being lost and will state that he will make sure it happens again, so Jack Frost Jr can be encountered again by doing the same trick as before. This can be done as many times as the player wishes.
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* After meeting Jack Frost Jr, if the player has the Heidrun (from trading the Member's Card) and a Fallen Angel Wing (Bael's Castle [[Code Breaker]] grand prize), entering the [[Cathedral of Shadows]] will cause Jack Frost's Papa to appear and give a [[Seiryu|Qing Long]], [[Bai Long]], and [[Kali]]. After finishing ''MTII'', Jack Frost Mama can be encountered in the shelter, by going to see the Nurse; she will introduce the player to the 4 hidden gods, but only if the player says they have not heard of them.
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* If [[Bael]] is destroyed as a frog:
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** If the Hinokagutsuchi has not been obtained, go to [[Ginza]] B2F and search the mountain of trash there to obtain ћ5000 and 2000 MAG, and a crystal ball which will transport the party to a secret dungeon - [[Garbage Mountain]]. The warp will never appear if the room containing the mountain of trash is entered without all of the conditions fulfilled or if the player does not choose to touch the crystal when the option appears; the warp will only appear once.
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** Go into rooms which have the message "A stagnant air is flowing here" to teleport to [[Hades (location)|Hades]]. In spots where [[Slime|Green Slimes]] appear, there is a 1/32 chance of meeting the hidden deities. [[Artemis]] can be found in the area accessed from Bael's Castle, [[Leto]] in the area accessed from [[Shinjuku]]'s Underground, and [[Apollo]] in the area accessed from the [[Forest of Confusion]]. If all 3 are obtained, they can be fused together to obtain [[Zeus]], regardless of the hero's level.
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== References ==
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==External Links==
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* [http://www.nintendo.co.jp/wii/vc/vc_kmt/index.html Kyuuyaku Megami Tensei Official Site (VC, JPN)]
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* [http://aerie.wingdreams.net/?p=283 Unofficial translation patch]
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Kyūyaku Megami Tensei: Megami Tensei I - II consists of Megami Tensei and Megami Tensei II being updated and ported to the Super Famicom. It was released only in Japan in 1995 after Shin Megami Tensei: if... and on the heels of Majin Tensei II: Spiral Nemesis. It was published by Atlus and developed by Opera House [1], which did not take too many liberties with the original gameplay. A few portions of the dungeons of the first game were redone, along with a new save game and teleportation Terminal feature which previously did not exist. The graphics and music were enhanced to match the capabilities of the Super Famicom.

Just like the Super Famicom releases of the Shin Megami Tensei series, Kyūyaku Megami Tensei never received any official translation by Atlus Co, Ltd., although the group Romhacking Aerie fan-translated it in English on August 27, 2014.

Bonuses

Kyūyaku contains a number of "easter eggs" and bonuses not present in the original titles. Typically many of these involve actions taken in the first game (Megami Tensei I) affecting possible side adventures and rewards in the second game (Megami Tensei II). Though possible to play the games in reverse order, these exclusive features require starting MTII from a completed MT save (after the credits roll after finishing MT, MTII immediately starts).

  • If a Member's Card is obtained by entering Rag's Shop more than twice in MT, a boy in the Shelter will give one to the hero in MTII. If the card is taken to Rag's, it can be traded for a Heidrun, which can be used to heal all HP/MP and ailments except death, or saved to activate the Jack Frost Parents bonuses much later on.
  • If the Silk Thread is given to Izanami in MT, when Izanami is revived in MTII she will give the hero her robe.
  • When the Partner gets captured by Astaroth, a girl will appear in the cave in the northwest, in the area where it says "You see traces of someone having been here" who asks to join; the girl becomes Susano-o if allowed to join. This event only occurs once.
  • Go into any room with an empty treasure chest, then take one step outside and push Down on the controller to turn around, turning 31 times, and then reenter the room. A Jack Frost Jr. will appear and ask if you know is Mama; say yes and the hero will receive ћ3000, 3000 MAG, and 10,000 EXP. After doing this, when encountering Pyro Jack, who can be found in the Island of Dreams area, talk to him and he will claim responsibility for Jr being lost and will state that he will make sure it happens again, so Jack Frost Jr can be encountered again by doing the same trick as before. This can be done as many times as the player wishes.
  • After meeting Jack Frost Jr, if the player has the Heidrun (from trading the Member's Card) and a Fallen Angel Wing (Bael's Castle Code Breaker grand prize), entering the Cathedral of Shadows will cause Jack Frost's Papa to appear and give a Qing Long, Bai Long, and Kali. After finishing MTII, Jack Frost Mama can be encountered in the shelter, by going to see the Nurse; she will introduce the player to the 4 hidden gods, but only if the player says they have not heard of them.
  • If Bael is destroyed as a frog:
    • If the Hinokagutsuchi has not been obtained, go to Ginza B2F and search the mountain of trash there to obtain ћ5000 and 2000 MAG, and a crystal ball which will transport the party to a secret dungeon - Garbage Mountain. The warp will never appear if the room containing the mountain of trash is entered without all of the conditions fulfilled or if the player does not choose to touch the crystal when the option appears; the warp will only appear once.
    • Go into rooms which have the message "A stagnant air is flowing here" to teleport to Hades. In spots where Green Slimes appear, there is a 1/32 chance of meeting the hidden deities. Artemis can be found in the area accessed from Bael's Castle, Leto in the area accessed from Shinjuku's Underground, and Apollo in the area accessed from the Forest of Confusion. If all 3 are obtained, they can be fused together to obtain Zeus, regardless of the hero's level.

References

External Links

Characters
Playable Akemi Nakajima - Yumiko Shirasagi - Cerberus
Non-playable Minotaur - Medusa - Rick - Loki - Gaia - Hecate - Izanami - Seth - Lucifer
Locations
Daimakyuu Micon - Tower of Daedalus - Bien - Valhalla Corridor - Mazurka Corridor - Rotting Sea of Flames - Infini Palace - Hades
Music
Album Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei Original Soundtrack
Songs "LADY YOUR EYES"
Archives
Terminology Demon - Hinokagutsuchi - Magnetite - Moon Phase System - Cathedral of Shadows (Fusion) - Rag's Jewelry - Izanami Clothes
Lists Demons - Items - Spells (Kyūyaku)
Other Media
Games Megami Tensei (Telenet) - Kyūyaku Megami Tensei
Publications Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei
Productions Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei (OVA)
Kyūyaku Megami Tensei
Characters
Playable Protagonist - Partner - Friend - Orthrus - Atlas - Naga - Cerberus - Sword Knight - Baal - Lucifer - Ahura Mazda
Non-Playable Pazuzu - Hiroko - Mora - Mr. Suzuki - Bael - Masakado - Asmodeus - Izanagi - Belial - Izanami - Moloch - Belphegor - Mitra - Astaroth - Beelzebub - YHVH
Locations
Devil Busters Micon - Tower of Daedalus
Tokyo Keihin Shelter No. 3 - Haneda - Shinagawa - Ariake - Shiba - Tokyo Tower - Roppongi - Shibuya - Ginza - Ginza Underpass - Korakuen - Ikebukuro - Ueno - Shinjuku - Nakano - Intelligence Building - Island of Dreams - Zaratan - Bael's Castle - Ground Zero - Suzuki Company Ltd.
Expanse Valley of Despair - Fields of Lunacy - Lands of Rage - Forest of Confusion - Mountain of Horror - Remote Island - Lucifer's Temple
Other River Styx - Hades - Garbage Mountain
Archives
Terminology Great Cataclysm - Order of Messiah - Deva Cult - Devil Busters - Demon Summoning Program (COMP / Magnetite) - Cathedral of Shadows (Fusion / Three-demon fusion) - Terminal - Rag's Jewelry - Code Breaker - Sabbath - Seven Pillars of Solomon
Archives Demons - Bosses - Items - Skills
Megami Tensei Megami Tensei (Telenet) - Megami Tensei (Atlus) - II - Kyūyaku
Shin Megami Tensei Shin Megami Tensei - II / Gaiden: Ma To Houkai - if... / Hazama's Chapter - J - NINE -
III: Nocturne / Pachislot - 20XX / Devil's Colosseum - IMAGINE - Tokyo Requiem - Strange Journey (Redux) - Devil Hunter Zero - IV / Apocalypse - Devil Collection - Synchronicity Prologue - Liberation Dx2 - V
Last Bible Last Bible - II - Another Bible - III - Special -
New Testament / II: Hajimari no Fukuin / III: Mugen no Eiyuu
Majin Tensei Majin Tensei - II: Spiral Nemesis - Ronde - Blind Thinker / II
Devil Summoner Devil Summoner / Pinball: Judgment - Soul Hackers / Intruder / Soul Hackers New Generation -
Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army - Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon
Persona Megami Ibunroku Persona (PSP Remake) / Ikū no Tō Hen -
2: Innocent Sin / Eternal Punishment / Lost Memories / Infinity Mask -
3 (FES* / Portable*) / Dancing in Moonlight
4 (Golden*) / Arena / Ultimax / Dancing All Night
5 (Royal*) / Dancing in Starlight / Scramble: The Phantom Strikers
Q: Shadow of the Labryinth - Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth
Devil Children Black Book / Red Book - White Book - DemiKids Light / Dark - Fire Book / Ice Book -
Messiah Riser - Puzzle de Call! - Appli de Call! - Devil Children Mobile
Digital Devil Saga Avatar Tuner - 2 - A's TEST Server
Devil Survivor Devil Survivor (Overclocked) - 2 (Record Breaker) / The Extra World
Jack Series Jack Bros. - Demonic Help Party
Other games Giten Megami Tensei: Tokyo Mokushiroku - Card Summoner - Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE - Maken X - Catherine / Full Body
Digital Devil Story (Novels) Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei - 2: Warrior of the Demon City - 3: Demise of the Reincarnation
New Digital Devil Story New Digital Devil Story: Goddess of Enchainment - 2: Queen of the Ice Fields - 3: Planet of the Devil - 4: Wrath of the Young Emperor - 5: Eternal Goddess - 6: Bonds of Reincarnation
Other Novels Devil Summoner: Kuzunoha Raidou tai Shibito Ekishi - Giten Megami Tensei: Distant Flow ~EXILE~ - Megami Ibunroku Persona: Shadow Maze - Persona 3: Shadow Cry / Owari no Kakera / Alternative Heart / Velvet Blue - Persona x Detective Naoto - Quantum Devil Saga: Avatar Tuner - Devil Survivor 2 The Animation: Cetus's Prequel
Anime Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei - Tokyo Revelation - Persona -trinity soul- - Persona 3 The Movie - Persona 4 The Animation / -The Factor of Hope- / The Golden Animation - Persona 5 The Animation The Day Breakers - Persona 5 The Animation - DeviChil - Devil Children: Light & Dark - Devil Survivor 2 The Animation
Manga Shin Megami Tensei: Tokyo Revelation - if... / Kahn - IV: DEMONIC GENE / -Prayers- - Gaiten: Hato no Senki - EDEN - CG Senki: Dante no Mon - Majin Tensei - Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Lone Marebito - Megami Ibunroku Persona - Persona: Tsumi to Batsu - Persona 3 - Persona 4 / Arena - Persona Q: -Roundabout- - Persona 5 - Persona Q2: Roundabout Special - Devil Children / Light & Dark - Digital Devil Saga: Avatar Tuner: Shinen no Matou - Devil Survivor - 2: -Show Your Free Will- / The Animation Manga
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