Many well-known games, including Persona and the Shin Megami Tensei series, have been created by Atlus, including Soul Hackers 2, a JRPG. While it shares elements with both series, it stands apart thanks to its distinctive art style, intricate plot, and multifaceted characters. As Ringo, a young AI with emotions and conscious thought, players must save the world from "The Great One," an unknown monster. Ringo and her twin Figure are thrown into the domain of demons and demon summoners, where they get trapped between two summoner organizations engaged in a futile conflict. \n \nFans of JRPGs will be comfortable with the gameplay and mechanics. Still, new players may find it challenging to get their bearings because of the battle system's complexity, the setting's complexity, and the character enhancements' complexity. Fortunately, Soul Hackers 2 is still quite kid-friendly for the genre and makes a great entry point for players with a bit of help. \n \nPlayers can advance the plot by exploring dungeons, which are semi-open maps. The East Shipping District is the focus of Ringo's first mission, during which she meets her first party member and learns how to call demons on her own. Players can use dungeons as training grounds and resource-gathering areas because they are stocked with Demons, items, and foes. \n \nFor Demon Recon, Ringo dispatches the party's demons once the players have entered a dungeon. At this point, Demons dispersed around the map to begin their search. In addition to other Demons eager to join the group, they will discover money, items, and other stuff. Now and again, when players interact with them, they will all receive healing. \n \nIn addition, opponents will include other Demon Summoners. Due to the summoners' ability to repeatedly call in Demons throughout the battle, these inevitable fights aren't as simple to win. A special attack used by enemy summoners deals a tonne of damage to the entire party.