Atlus

Atlus really enjoys their remakes. In their defense, they not only make their games prettier the second time around, but they typically add gameplay elements and even new characters into the story. The title Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux is no different, getting a major facelift while being ported to the Nintendo 3DS. Today, this
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Following the announcement of the PS4 version of the former PlayStation Vita exclusive Persona 4 Dancing All Night as a bonus for the Persona Dancing All-Star  Triple Pack alongside Persona 5 Dancing Star Night and Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night, it’s obvious to wonder if Atlus is planning to sell the port separately. The developer has since followed-up with a bit more
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Today, during a livestream on Nico Nico, Persona 5 Character Designer Shigenori Soejime, who is also the brilliant mind behind the designs of Catherine, drew the three heroines of the upcoming Catherine: Full Body live for the audience. We get to see Catherine, Katherine, and the brand new heroine Rin drawn from the first lines to basic coloring.
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Today, during a livestream on Nico Nico, Atlus and Studio Zero introduced the first trailer for the upcoming Catherine: Full Body. The trailer showcases mostly art and cutscenes, but it also shows a glimpse of puzzle-platforming gameplay. It also reveals a Winter 2018 release window. Catherine: Full Body is a remaster/remake (hard to exactly identify it since
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Yesterday, Atlus announced Catherine: Full Body, a remake/remaster of the 2011 classic Catherine for PS3 and Xbox 360, with a large amount of new content added. Today the Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu had a spread dedicated to the game, showing off the first screenshots and artwork, and providing the first information. The biggest addition to the original
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Today Atlus announced Catherine: Full Body for PS4 and PS Vita. While the first info is officially coming tomorrow with the new issue of Weekly Famitsu, as usual, the magazine has been leaked. Thanks to Japanese blogger Ryokutya2089, who usually manages to grab a copy early, we learn a few more interesting details about the game.
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Today Atlus USA announced with a press release that its super-popular JRPG Persona 5 reached a new sales milestone. According to the publisher, the game has now shipped over two million copies worldwide. The press release also included a statement from Atlus USA President and CEO Naoto Hiraoka, who mentioned that interest in Japanese games
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Atlus revealed that after 8 years, Demon’s Souls’ PlayStation 3 servers will be shutting down on February 28, 2018. The game will be fully playable from start to finish, but all online functionality will be turned off, including in-game messaging, player death locations, and World Tendency features. I remember picking up Demon’s Souls in late
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Atlus revealed the launch date for their upcoming RPG Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, coming to Nintendo 3DS on February 13 in North America and February 16 in Europe. To celebrate the release date, the publisher launched a new trailer showing the game’s alternative history mechanic. This is a system where players are able to travel
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While not every game in the Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS lineup has fully utilized the second screen, no series has better or more consistently emphasized the possibilities than Etrian Odyssey. Playing to the insatiable nerdiness of building a detailed map while you explore dungeons, no other series speaks to the inner Dungeons & Dragons
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Atlus released a new trailer for their updated port of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux, coming to Nintendo 3DS on October 26 in Japan and early 2018 in North America and Europe. The trailer is pretty strange since it begins by showing some of the updated cinematic scenes of Shin Megami
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Atlus has released new information about their upcoming collaboration with VanillaWare, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in 2018 in Japan, with a western release planned. The publisher reminds fans of Odin Sphere’s scenario where players once played through the story through the perspective of five protagonists. The system they use
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