By Joe Stasio // January 6, 2018 3:30 AM
Atlus committed the perfect crime by bringing Persona 5 to PlayStation 4 as an exclusive in 2017.
When you really dig into it, it's almost unfair for any other RPG that came out in 2017. Larian Studios takes our RPG of the Year award with the incredible sequel to a game that won plenty awards last year as well.
The Atlus title in development for Switch is the next major entry in the Shin Megami Tensei series.
After fan outcry, the publisher relents and adds four more months to the original in-game dated deadline to stop streaming the game.
The publisher has put strong restrictions on anyone showing gameplay through July 7.
No Switch or PC ports.
Studio Zero is working on a project that has nothing to do with Atlus' other standout series.
Atlus cushioned the blow by announcing dual audio for PS3 and PS4.
There's a lot to do in Persona 5, which is why ATLUS decided to highlight a number of them in Persona 5's latest trailer.
With its release coming in February 2017, it's about time we were introduced to Persona 5's English voice cast.
No big deal, just a simple outing to the cinema.
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Be sure to lock up all of your important belongings because Persona 5 is sure to steal something when it releases in February.
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Let's meet Makoto, Futaba, and Haru, three new characters recently revealed in Persona 5.
It's surprising it took an entire day to get a subtitled version of Persona 5's latest trailer, but here it is!
In addition to today's release date announcement for Persona 5, we've learned an anime is also in the works at A-1 Pictures.
Finally, the wait is over...for Japan.