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Spread the love        Tweet    It’s only a few months until Atlus’ assorted cast of characters throw down on the dancefloor in PlayStation 4 and PS Vita’s Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. However, those who pre-order the titles will get a little extra to show off their dance moves with. The
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today, during a four hours long livestream, Studio Zero revealed many details for Catherine: Full Body, showing live gameplay for the first time and revealing the contents of the limited edition and DLC. The stream was presented by announcer Hisanori Yoshida, game journalist Mafia Kajita and voice actress Tomomi Isomura (Hifumi in Persona 5).
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today, during a stream on Niconico Douga, Atlus revealed the second trailer for Studio Zero’s Catherine: Full Body. The new trailer starts like a documentary, with people passing by on the streets being interrogated on philosophical questions related to Catherine Full Body’s themes. It then moves on to a parody of classic
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Atlus released a new trailer of its upcoming JRPG Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth.The video is the latest of a series of videos dedicated to introducing the cast. Today’s trailer shows off Yukiko Amagi from Persona 4, who inevitably remains perfectly classy and collected even in her super-cute Persona Q design. If you’re unfamiliar with the title, Persona
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Atlus released the box art and a small batch of new screenshots of the Catherine remake Catherine: Full Body. The box artwork by Shigenori Soejima showcases the three heroines of the game, Catherine, Katherine, and Rin, who is a completely new addition to the original cult classic. The game adds a
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Atlus released a new trailer of its upcoming portable JRPG Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, part of a series of videos dedicated to introducing the cast. Today’s video shows off Ryuji Sakamoto from Persona 5. Unsurprisingly, he’s as upbeat and goofy in his cutesy form as he is in the latest mainline game
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Atlus released a new trailer of its upcoming portable JRPG Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, continuing the series of videos dedicated to introducing the cast. Today’s trailer showcases Akihiko Sanada from Persona 3, and it’s certainly funny to see the cool and collected senpai designed in such a cutesy way. If you’re
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Spread the love        Tweet    Atlus released today a brand new trailer of its upcoming portable JRPG Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, carrying on with a series of videos dedicated to introducing the cast. Today’s trailer showcases one of the most beloved characters from Persona 4 and Persona 4 Golden, the upbeat martial arts enthusiast Chie Satonaka. If you’re unfamiliar with the
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Spread the love        Tweet    Atlus has released a new trailer for Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth on Nintendo 3DS. Atlus has been steadily releasing trailers for each character featured in the game, with this one highlighting the character of Futaba Sakura of Persona 5. Futaba Sakura may be a shut-in during Persona 5, but in this
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Spread the love        Tweet    “Night Rain” has to be one of my favorite video game tracks in a long time. It doesn’t really parallel Gwyn’s theme from Dark Souls, but it works for me on a completely different level. I had finally found a video game song I can relax to. That being said, a large portion of the
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Atlus released a large batch of screenshots and artwork of its upcoming portable JRPG Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth. First of all, we get to take a look at the artwork for all the playable characters of the game, which include heroes and heroines from Persona 5, Persona 4, Persona 3, and Persona 3
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Spread the love        Tweet    Atlus has revealed a new trailer for their upcoming Persona crossover title on 3DS, Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth.  The trailer features the female detective from Persona 4, Naoto Shirogane. In it, you can see her interacting with lots of other characters from past and present Persona games, as well as the one that she’s from. You can check
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Spread the love        Tweet    Atlus has released yet another bite-sized trailer for Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth and this time it’s is all about one of the most recognizable characters from Persona 5. Yes, the cat Morgana of the Phantom Thieves takes center stage in this new video for Persona Q2. There’s not much to see in the video, but
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Spread the love        Tweet    Atlus released a brand new trailer of its upcoming portable JRPG Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, kicking off a series of videos dedicated to introducing the cast. The first under the spotlight is Junpei Iori, goofy and upbeat Persona 3 cast member. He certainly appears not to have changed one bit for Persona Q2.  If you’re
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Spread the love        Tweet    Following its reemergence last weekend, Persona Q2 has recently received a new commercial straight out of Japan. This new video is only about 15 seconds long so there’s not much that we can see from it other than appreciating the game’s fantastic art style and animations. However, we do get some additional looks at
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included a large spread on the upcoming 3DS dungeon JRPG Persona Q2 by Atlus. We get an overview of the large cast of characters from Persona 5, Persona 4 (Apparently, Marie isn’t there), and Persona 3, with the addition of the female heroine from Persona 3 Portable, who apparently
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Spread the love1       Tweet   1Share Today the good folks at the YouTube channel Archipel released a mini-documentary on Atlus’ popular character designer and Artwork Team leader Shigenori Soejima. The video focuses mostly on the upcoming Catherine: Full Body, but it also delves deeper into Soejima-sensei’s inspiration and work. Interestingly, we learn about the genesis of Catherine, and how the
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today, Atlus announced that it would finally be bringing Persona 3: Dancing Moonlight, or as it’s known in Japan Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night, to the West sometime in early 2019. Like its Persona 5 dancing counterpart, the game will feature 25 unlockable tracks consisting of remixes as well as the original versions of fan favorite songs from
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Sega and Atlus reached out with a press release announcing the games that they will showcase at E3 2018 next week in Los Angeles. First of all, The Creative Assembly will showcase Total War: Three Kingdoms (which just received a new in-engine cinematic trailer today) with a series of gameplay presentations
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Spread the love        Tweet    Since it was originally released in 2013, Dragon’s Crown has been all about putting players through epic journeys and exploring vast dungeons, and now the beat ’em up action RPG’s upcoming released, Dragon’s Crown Pro, might be giving players something else entirely — a chance at finding true love. Sony has released a new
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Spread the love        Tweet    For those who aren’t familiar, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey is something of a black sheep regarding themes and characters to the other SMT games; the protagonists are battle-hardened adults—researchers and soldiers—who have a specific goal and a clear path towards it. The setting is more sci-fi and technology-centric rather than mythological as your compatriots
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Spread the love        Tweet    Today Atlus shared two new character trailers for its upcoming twin rhythm games Persona 5 Dancing Star Night and Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night. This time around the videos focus on two DLC characters, and they both come from Persona 4 Arena: Labrys and Sho Minazuki. At the moment we don’t have any information on whether the
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Spread the love        Tweet    I’ve been a long-time fan of the Shin Megami Tensei series ever since I picked up Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor and Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne out of a bargain bin when I was a little Emily Jr. The complex themes, the DnD-style morality structure, the mythological focus, the phallic chariot monsters… all of them had me
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Spread the love        Tweet    Originally released in 2013 for PS3 and PS Vita, Atlus and Vanillaware’s beloved action-RPG Dragon’s Crown is making its triumphant return to PS4 next month, and now you can get another look at the remastered visuals and graphical enhancements coming with the upcoming Dragon’s Crown Pro. Publisher Atlus has released a new trailer for Dragon’s
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