Seinfeld clips overlaid with Persona 4's UI? Triggerhappypilot, this is good work.
A player by the name of Linsneakers runs a YouTube channel with a humble 23 subscribers. A few days ago, they announced the channel was going on hiatus because of a copyright strike for a Persona 4: Dancing All Night video. They aren’t alone. In the past week, Persona publisher Atlus has been on a YouTube tear.
If it weren’t a severe breach of protocol I’d just put the giant YES up at the top of the review. But it is. So I won’t.
While we’ve heard bits and pieces of the Persona 5 theme song in the game’s trailers, at Atlus’ TGS stage show earlier today, we got to listen to the full theme song for the first time.
A Persona 5 anime is on the way according to an announcement made at Tokyo Game Show 2015 earlier today.
You know what helps alleviate the pain of Persona 5’s big delay? This ridiculous trailer, which features the characters of Atlus’s upcoming cat RPG climbing things, jumping into paintings, and playing baseball.
The next entry in Atlus’ beloved RPG series was supposed to come out this year. But that ain’t happening. Persona 5 won’t be out until the summer of 2016.
At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, Atlus is holding a special stage event for Persona 5. The event, which will be held on September 19, will feature live musical performances as well as a live talk.
Persona fans will want to check out DidYouKnowGaming’s latest, where they introduce us to cool factoids about everyone’s favorite high school simulator. I had no idea Mitsuru could get so feisty about cheating!
Persona 3 is one of the best JRPGs ever developed. The story was moving, the gameplay made turn-based combat relevant again, the music was a catchy fusion of jazz and vocals, and the social interactions, epitomized in the community links, exemplified its fresh take on the genre. That sense of community is what I feel…
Persona 4: Dancing All Night has a lot of awesome remixes of your favorite Persona 4 songs. You know what else it has? A ton of costumes to dress everyone up in.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night isn’t the meatiest of music games—it currently only has 30 songs (3 of which are DLC). However, it largely makes up for this with the sheer number of new remixes of classic Persona 4 songs. Have a listen!
When talking about Persona 3 and 4 and their respective spin-offs and sequels, people always seem confused when the various games take place. And it’s no wonder. While some games show the date constantly, others only give hints as the when they happen.
A Persona 4-themed music game? Alright, people. Let’s rock out!
I’ve been driving myself crazy over this game for months. In five days it’s released in Japan for the Vita, a format without region locking. I’ve been starting at Play Asia for an hour. Send help.
I am so excited about Genei Ibun Roku, the upcoming Wii U JRPG that mashes together Shin Megami Tensei and Fire Emblem. Everything Nintendo has shown off for it so far has been EXCELLENT.
Since we can never have too much Persona 4, UDON Entertainment is bringing the manga stateside. Starting in September the publisher will begin releasing English volumes bi-monthly through 2015 and into 2016.
What, you thought we’d make it through a weekend without a Persona 4: Dancing All Night GIF? Margaret had other plans, and one doesn’t mess with Margaret’s plans.
The alternative headline for this post was “Hot Blond Dancing In A Teddie,” but that would have confused our Japanese readers who know Persona 4’s mascot as Kuma.
It’s wouldn’t be a proper Persona 4 spinoff without tons of crazy costumes. Last week Atlus revealed swimwear for the ladies. This week, something much more entertaining.