Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers

The second in the Devil Summoner series, Soul Hackers follows a group called the Spookies as they attempt to stop an overflow of demons in a city where the internet is all-pervasive. Released in 1997, it anticipated a future dominated by the internet and depicted a fictional virtual-reality cyberspace city called Paradigm X.
  

Overview

Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers is a sequel to the original Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner, and is part of Atlus's larger Megami Tensei franchise. Originally released on the Sega Saturn and later for the Sony PlayStation in Japan, it was remade on the 3DS in 2012.

The setting was unique for its time, anticipating a future dominated by the internet and featuring a fictional virtual-reality cyberspace city called Paradigm X, years before The Matrix franchise of movies and games.

Demon Compendium

Soul Hackers' compendium consists of different classes that are further divided into the traditional Shin Megami Tensei demon races. Demons are ordered from highest level to lowest.

Gods

Deity

Megami

Enigma

Geist

Zealot

Fierce Deities

Fury

Lady

Kishin

Vile

Reaper

Mystics

Genma

Yoma

Fairy

Night

Tyrant

Angels

Herald

Divine

Fallen

Dragons

Dragon

Snake

Drake

Flying

Avian

Flight

Raptor

Animalia

Avatar

Holy

Beast

UMA

Wilder

Ogres

Jirae

Brute

Femme

Jaki

Elementals

Prime

Mitama

Spectres

Haunt

Spirit

Dead

  • Cosmo Zombie
  • Kubinashi Rider
  • Padlock
  • Drag Queen
  • Facebind

Flora

Tree

Wood

Outsiders

Foul

Wicked

Warriors

Hero

Brave

Senshi