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Not counting Persona 4: Golden, it has been eight years since a numbered title in Atlus' Persona series was released and since then we've had a bevy of spinoffs to sate our hunger for Persona 5. But with a number of delays some, myself included, were starting to lose hope and sight. Persona 5 has finally been released in Japan and while the Western release is still a few months away, I unabashedly could not contain my excitement for the game any longer and imported a copy. It was worth it.
The follow-up to the fantastic Shin Megami Tensei IV looks intense and creepy.
We finally know when Atlus' long-awaited sequel is coming to North America.
Atlus confirms an English release for the follow up to 2013's Shin Megami Tensei IV.
But have no fear, that doesn't mean your games are changing in any way.
"What's your favorite game of all time?" It might be a cliche question, but it's one that never fails to get gears turning. We all naturally gravitate towards the things that we love, and evangelizing those that we do to others taps into a primal part of the human psyche.
The game is almost finished localization.
Atlus has been releasing new trailers weekly for Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and this week we see the Detective Prince take the spotlight.
"Against the neon lights of modern day Tokyo follow detective Itō into the shadows, into violence, lies and paranoia. Explore the tunnels and sewers beneath the city and uncover a paranormal conspiracy hidden in the depths of the Tokyo dark."
Tokyo Dark is a noir-tinged adventure that takes a long, hard look at one of the most unique cities on Earth. Tokyo, Japan is an uncommon blending of the ancient and the modern and its legends and folklore are embedded into the public consciousness in a way that lacks a parallel in the West.
Capitalizing on this, developer Cherrymochi sinks its teeth right into the heart of the city, weaving a story that sees protagonist Detective Ito unraveling the mysteries surrounding a mysterious red door located beneath the subways of the city. It is said that anyone who opens the door never returns... but what if they did?
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