Shin Megami Tensei V Launches Worldwide For Switch Sometime In 2021

Atlus is still working on Shin Megami Tensei V, and as per a new Nintendo Direct Mini, the game will release next year for Switch goers. Additionally, the devs also released a new trailer for the upcoming JRPG. Continue reading “Shin Megami Tensei V Launches Worldwide For Switch Sometime In 2021”

Persona 4 Golden Sells 500,000 On PC

Persona 4 Golden

On the anniversary of Persona 4’s release of Japan, July 10th, 2020, Atlus announced that Persona 4 Golden has managed to accrue 500,000 players on the PC version of the game, allowing it to become another smash hit success for the company. It’s too bad that Atlus West is on the Traitors of America master list, though. Continue reading “Persona 4 Golden Sells 500,000 On PC”

New Game+ Expo Teases New Game Reveals Set For June 23rd, 2020

New games will be revealed at the New Game+ Expo next week, where familiar and popular publishers/developers will appear to make said announcements. The event in question will take place on June 23rd at 8:00 A.M. PT / 11:00 A.M. ET. Continue reading “New Game+ Expo Teases New Game Reveals Set For June 23rd, 2020”

Persona 4 Golden Cheats Conjure Up Unlimited HP, EXP, Money And One Hit Kill

Atlus and Sega have released Persona 4 Golden for PC via Steam on June 13th, 2020. The newly released port boasting Denuvo anti-tamper tech now has cheat trainers for you to download, granting unlimited HP, EXP, money, and the ability to perform one-hit kills. Continue reading “Persona 4 Golden Cheats Conjure Up Unlimited HP, EXP, Money And One Hit Kill”

Persona 4 Golden Released For PC Via Steam

Although Atlus may not be on the Traitors of America list, Sega is. And with that said, the two have put their heads together to bring PC gamers Persona 4 Golden via Steam. However, the JRPG in question comes front-loaded with Denuvo anti-tamper tech. Continue reading “Persona 4 Golden Released For PC Via Steam”

Survey For Switch Ports Of Persona, JRPGs Surpassed All Expectations, Says Atlus

Switch fans looking to play ports of other games have rallied together to show that they would go through anything to get a port of Etrian Odyssey, Persona, Shin Megami Tensei, and other games according to a survey, which surpassed Atlus’ expectations. Continue reading “Survey For Switch Ports Of Persona, JRPGs Surpassed All Expectations, Says Atlus”

Shin Megami Tensei V Devs Say To Look Out For More Info In 2020

The official “Shin Megami Tensei Series” Twitter account has come to life after a two-month slumber, forewarning fans to look out for additional Shin Megami Tensei V information to come in 2020. Continue reading “Shin Megami Tensei V Devs Say To Look Out For More Info In 2020”

Atlus Confirms Shin Megami Tensei V Isn’t Cancelled, Development Still Ongoing For Switch

Switch fans stumbling across rumors suggesting that Atlus and co. are no longer working on Shin Megami Tensei V can brush those rumors off. The forthcoming JRPG is still in development and will one day release for the Nintendo Switch thanks to an Atlus PR person. Continue reading “Atlus Confirms Shin Megami Tensei V Isn’t Cancelled, Development Still Ongoing For Switch”

Sega Reveals Tokyo Game Show 2019 Games And Lineup

Sega and its partners are invading this year’s Tokyo Game Show. That’s right, the blue and white brand is bringing a plethora of titles to the games event, in an attempt to promote upcoming and new titles published or partnered with the makers of Sonic the Hedgehog. Continue reading “Sega Reveals Tokyo Game Show 2019 Games And Lineup”

Persona 5 Royal To Release In The West In 2020

According to the latest trailer that Atlus has released for E3 2019, folks looking forward to Persona 5 Royal have the chance to snag the JRPG between Q1 – Q4 2020. In other words, the Phantom Thieves will be back at it again in the enhanced version sometime in 2020 for PS4. Continue reading “Persona 5 Royal To Release In The West In 2020”

Sega And Atlus Reveal E3 2019 Games And Schedule

E3 2019 is pretty much here with EA kicking-off the week of new game announcements and more with EA Play. Although Sega and Atlus are attending the games event, the two are ramping up for a “packed show filled with unforgettable games.” To keep fans on the same page, they released their E3 2019 schedule that will run between June 11th – June 13th at booth #4800 in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center where games like Catherine: Full Body Experience and Judgment will appear. Continue reading “Sega And Atlus Reveal E3 2019 Games And Schedule”

New Persona 5 Project Finally Revealed In Teaser Trailer

The long-teased next Persona project has finally been revealed by Atlus in a trailer that leaves us with more questions than answers. At the very least, now we know that the game’s real name is Persona 5: the Royal. Continue reading “New Persona 5 Project Finally Revealed In Teaser Trailer”

Judgment Localization Goes Extra Mile, Will Offer Two English Subtitle Tracks

When you play a game from a country boasting a different native language from your own, do you prefer subtitles or a dubbed audio track? When the Japanese action/investigation game, Judgment, arrives on the PlayStation 4 June 25, it’s going to include both. What’s unique about Judgment, though, is that it will actually include two English subtitle localizations depending on where the player wants to put the focus. Continue reading “Judgment Localization Goes Extra Mile, Will Offer Two English Subtitle Tracks”