This article is about the entire Megami Tensei franchise. For other things with the name "Megami Tensei", see Megami Tensei (disambiguation).
The Megami Tensei franchise refers to the entire franchise of Megami Tensei games and spin-offs, primarily developed by Atlus and currently owned by Sega. The series began with a series of novels written by Aya Nishitani, the first of which is Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei. The franchise has crossed many consoles genres, and forms of media, and is the one of the most popular Japanese RPG franchises. Although less popular, Megami Tensei or simply called "Megaten" by fans, contains more games and spin-offs than almost any other franchise.

Game SeriesEdit

Ever since Shin Megami Tensei was released as a spinoff of the original Megami Tensei series of video games, the Megami Tensei franchise has made multiple spinoff series. Although they might deviate game-play wise, various recurring elements will show up, such as names for Elemental Spells, the various Demons be used, and so on.

Currently, the two active series are the Shin Megami Tensei Series, considered to be the "main" series, and the Persona series, which has outsold the Shin Megami Tensei series.




"Honorary" Megami Tensei MediaEdit

Although these games and manga are usually not officially considered Megami Tensei titles, they are commonly grouped with such titles due to various similarities to official Megami Tensei franchise media, and so are included in the Megami Tensei Wiki.



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