Thank god for Atlus, which continues to give me reasons to use my 3DS. Lately I’ve been obsessively playing Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux, a remake of the 2010 dungeon crawler that is kinda what would happen if you combined the sci-fi mystery Annihilation with a ton of demons. The game is a great pick-up…
Persona 5 fans are very excited about a DLC costume that depicts the main character as a sexy lady cop, and I cannot say that I blame them.
Sega have said that anybody who managed to start playing the full version of Yakuza 6 six weeks early won’t have their accounts banned, and will be able to transfer their “demo” progress to the full game regardless of how far they got.
Every year since 2013, I start a new file in a specific JRPG. I grind, I level up, I do side quests. I pour anywhere from 20-30 hours in, intent on seeing the credits. I get a little further every time, but it’s no use. Something always happens and I leave the game unfinished, dooming it to my backlog once more.
Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux releases on the 3DS on May 15. A remake of the 2010 JRPG dungeon-crawler on the DS, Strange Journey Redux will add some new story beats as well as a new character, Alex. While 2018 will probably mark the end of the 3DS, so far it still has some solid games headed its way.
Earlier this week, Atlus announced a remake of its cult-classic puzzle game Catherine. It was an exciting moment for fans of the stylish adult thriller. But amid the list of new features, there was one bullet point that meant the world to a small section of the community: the competitive Catherine crowd.
The debut trailer for Catherine: Full Body, the PS4 and PS Vita Catherine remake, is causing controversy for its portrayal of the game’s third romance option.
Atlus’ cult PS3 hit Catherine is being remade for the PS4 and PlayStation Vita, the publisher announced today.
Dragon’s Crown Pro, a PS4 remaster of the 2013 action game, is coming to North America this spring, publisher Atlus said today. Not sure what else to say. There’s absolutely nothing controversial about this one. Just another video game, coming out this spring. For PS4.
Atlus today confirmed that Shin Megami Tensei V will be coming west for Nintendo Switch, in case you had any doubts. “More details, including release date and pricing, will be announced at a later date,” the publisher said.
In Persona 3 and 4, reality outside of the world of shadows was high school life, social links, and excursions that, for the most part, were enjoyable and light-hearted. In Persona 5, every day life is bleak.
Persona 5's art book, now available in English, has some...interesting things to say about the design of a couple of the game’s best characters, Takemi and Kawakami.
Today in a livestream, Atlus has announced Shin Megami Tensei V, the latest entry in the Shin Megami Tensei series. The game was teased this past January.
The latest entry in the Shin Megami Tensei series will be announced on October 23 at 8am EST. Atlus will stream the announcement right here.
After dabbling with ocean exploration and a traversable overworld in the previous two entries, Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth takes Atlus’ first-person dungeon crawler back to its roots. It’s five player-created characters adventuring their asses off.
Atlus has filed a Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown against the creators of the Playstation 3 emulator RPCS3, previously noted for running Persona 5. With the emulator, the game would be playable on PC, which doesn’t officially run the game.
Atlus and Vanillaware’s collaboration 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim was officially announced at the 2015 Tokyo Game Show. Check out the latest trailer, released today in Tokyo.