The kelpie is a kind of shape-shifting water spirit from Celtic folklore, most commonly believed to found around the lochs and rivers of Scotland and Ireland. It typically appears as a pony or horse with grayish black hair and a constantly dripping mane. Its skin is usually wet, smooth, and cold to the touch.
A kelpie would appear to be a tame and elegant steed, luring unsuspecting victims to mount it, where it would immediately jump deep into the water pulling the poor person down to"
A lot of great games came out in '92, especially if you like RPG's, but when it comes to my preference, nothing else that year could surpass Shin Megami Tensei as my favorite. Summoning demons, fusing them together to make stronger ones, choosing an alignment...They all come together to make one of my favorite games of all-time. To this day, I'm irritated that an "official" translated version hasn't been released in the 'States, though that's probably due to overly-sensitive, religious wieners"
I enjoy how this is like a portrait of a bunch of demons that you can recruit...Almost like a family portrait. It's just really nice to look at and it's also really interesting to me, too. Kazuma Kaneko, the artist of most of the series, dating back to the Super Famicom entries in the franchise, has an interesting take on many of the mythical creatures and demons found within the Megami Tensei universe, and this box art displays several of 'em in one nifty picture."
"Shin Megami Tensei may be the first game to allow the character to choose an alignment that had a direct impact on the game and ending. The beauty of it? None of them are necessarily good or evil as the choices are Chaos, Neutral, and Law....And all three are both good and evil in their own ways, depending on your personal point of view of what's right and wrong. That being said, I'm usually right down the middle in the Neutral part of the game, unless I adjust to one alignment or another in an "
The first of the three Jack brothers, and the most well-known demon in the Megami Tensei franchise. He's so beloved that Atlus has adopted him as their company mascot. His popularity has seen him appear in Atlus games outside of the Megami Tensei universe, as he's been seen in games like SBK: Snowboard Kids and Etrian Odyssey II: Heroes of Lagaard, both on the Nintendo DS."