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Just To Remove All Doubt, Persona 5 is NOT Coming To Switch

by Peter Paltridgeon January 3, 2017
In case you forgot, Atlus merged with Sega a few months ago. The PR manager representing both companies, John Hardin, spoke about future release plans on his Twitter account today. You know by now that Persona 5 should be due out sometime in 2017 for the Playstation 4. but what about other machines? Could we […]
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Atlus Launches Studio Zero; Brand New RPG In Development

by Peter Paltridgeon December 23, 2016
Here’s a Christmas surprise — Atlus has launched an internal studio named Studio Zero to develop new projects within the company. The first of these, tentatively titled “Project Re Fantasy,” is described as a throwback to the Japanese RPGs of yore, much like Square’s I Am Setsuna was (released earlier this year). The game is […]

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Persona 5 Delayed Yet Again

by Peter Paltridgeon November 16, 2016
Remember the planned Valentine’s Day 2017 release for Atlus’s Persona 5? I hope you weren’t planning on presenting it to your sweetheart, because it’s no longer scheduled for that month. The English version has been kicked down to April 4. This game was originally planned for a Japanese release in 2014. It was then delayed […]
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Persona 5’s Version of Online Co-Op

by Peter Paltridgeon August 31, 2016
This week’s issue of Famitsu revealed that Persona 5 will sport some online co-op capabilities. How does such a thing fit into a single-player JRPG? Like this…. You can’t battle other players or tackle a dungeon in a strictly multiplayer mode. Persona 5 uses online cooperation a little differently. Let’s say you’re battling a big […]

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Another Persona 5 Gameplay Video

by Peter Paltridgeon August 1, 2016
We’ve seen the main title, we’ve seen the first 18 minutes (which were mostly cutscenes)…now, finally, here is what Persona 5 looks like when you actually play it. This is about a minute’s worth of gameplay footage from a typical, ultra-stylish Persona 5 fight. This isn’t completely what Persona 5 will be like once Westerners […]

Presenting The First 18 Minutes Of Persona 5

by Peter Paltridgeon July 19, 2016
Atlus’s grand reveal of Persona 5 continues with the contents of today’s livestream: the opening cinematic plus the first eighteen minutes of the game. As it was yesterday, all the clips are in Japanese because the English translation won’t be completed for some time (the game isn’t even out in Japan yet). Here’s what you’ll […]

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Atlus Hosts Live Playthrough Of Persona 5

by Peter Paltridgeon July 18, 2016
Starved for new information on Persona 5? Atlus held a 17-and-a-half minute livestream this morning where they played through a portion of the game. It’s perhaps the largest and most revealing look at the game yet, with entire days’ worth of activities on display. Among them: using the crafting system, solving crossword puzzles to boost […]
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E3 2016: Eight-Minute Persona 5 Preview

by Peter Paltridgeon June 15, 2016
Atlus invited the press to preview eight minutes of clips from the new Persona 5. Unfortunately the English translation is still a work in progress, so the entirety of the footage was in Japanese. Even worse, they provided no method of directly capturing the video, so IGN had to record the screen to bring everyone […]

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Odin Sphere HD Hits The Market Today

by Peter Paltridgeon June 7, 2016
If you missed Odin Sphere the first time, don’t make that critical blunder again. Starting today you can find Vanillaware’s lovely sidescrolling RPG at both retail and in the Playstation Store. We wouldn’t keep telling you about this game if we didn’t care about you. Physically, the game can be found in two forms: the […]
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Persona 5 Comes Out February 5, 2017

by Peter Paltridgeon June 7, 2016
We now have a solid release date for Persona 5: February of next year. Those of you who were expecting the game sometime in 2016 are no doubt disappointed, but to be realistic, in such a crowded year this game would have gotten lost. February is traditionally a dead zone for game releases and with […]