Tag Archives: atlus

Atlus Announces Three New Games in Persona Series

If you’re a fan of Atlus‘ Persona series, boy do I have buckets of good news for you. Today, Atlus announced three new entries into the Persona franchise titled Persona Q2, Persona 3 Dancing Moon Night, and Persona 5 Dancing Star Night. There are now two official sites for the games,...


Persona 5 Anime Announced

Through the Attic Meeting of Cafe Leblanc event that Atlus held last weekend in honor of Persona 5, came the announcement that the hit game will be adapted into an anime. The anime will be called Persona 5 the Animation – the Day Breakers – and...


Deadly Tower of Monsters Review

When Deadly Tower of Monsters was announced, it had a lot going for it. There was plenty of charm, and even more b-movie references. As a film buff, I was excited to see what ACE Team could do with in their latest outing. After all, there’s so much...


The Deadly Tower of Monsters Will Have Much Free-Falling

A new trailer for The Deadly Tower of Monsters has been let loose, and it showcases a lot of our favorite director along with what seems to be a lot of free-falling action. Considering the latest trailer on the subject, I’m inclined to say that free-falling...


Persona 4 Dancing All Night Review

I’ve always loved the Persona franchise. The art has always been amazing, as well as the music. So I couldn’t have been happier when they mixed my favorite game with my favorite kind of game. The game combines an interesting story with a new...


Persona 5 Delayed, But There’s a New Trailer

Bad news for fans chomping at the bit to get their hands on Persona 5, it won’t be here until next year in 2016. You heard that right, Persona 5 is getting delayed, and yeah, it’s kind of a bummer. Thankfully, however, there’s a new trailer for you...


ATLUS Details Stella Glow Launch Edition

Stella Glow is on the way from ATLUS this November, and like many ATLUS titles, there will be a Stella Glow launch edition for the people that pre-order or pick the game up nice and early. The launch edition will feature the following items, as per the...


Lost Dimension Review

Imagine a world where every character you’ve become attached to can die. No, not Wolfsmund. (What, were you expecting a reference to Game of Thrones on an anime site?) The world I’m talking about today is that of the latest localization from Atlus, Lost Dimension. That’s...


Persona 4 Dancing All Night Release Detailed

Atlus has revealed more details involving the upcoming Persona themed music game Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Perhaps what’s most important is that the game will be available for purchase September 29th in North America for the Playstation Vita. The game will come in...


Odin Sphere is Getting an HD Remake

Through the combined efforts of Vanillaware and Atlus, the fantasy action RPG Odin Sphere is getting an HD remake. Odin Sphere was developed by Vanillaware and originally came out for Playstation 2 back in 2007, with Atlus handling the game’s localization. Since the announcement of the title,...


Persona 4 Dancing All Night Trailers Introduce Rise, Yu

The Persona series is adding yet another wacky addition to the family this fall, called Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and today Atlus has released two new character trailers for the game. Rather than be a traditional Persona game, Persona 4: Dancing All Night...


Lost Dimension Trailer Showcases Deep Vision

In Lost Dimension, the latest game from Atlus USA, you’re tasked with saving the world. But along the way, there will be traitors, and those traitors can even be your friends! Just when you think you know someone, they might turn on you. One...


Atlus to Publish The Deadly Tower of Monsters

Just today Atlus announced their plans to publish The Legend of Legacy in North and South America. Now they’ve got another game that they’re looking to add to their lineup this year, and it’s called The Deadly Tower of Monsters. The game which is...


Atlus to Localize The Legend of Legacy

It’s official, The Legend of Legacy is on the way to North and South America, courtesy of Atlus. Originally released in Japan by Furyu earlier this year, The Legend of Legacy features a number of noted developers including illustrator Tomomi Kobayashi (SaGa), composer Masashi Hamauzu (SaGa,...