Carl Jung described a persona as “a kind of mask, designed on the one hand to make a definite impression upon others, and on the other to conceal the true nature of the individual.” This idea from 1953 perfectly describes the themes at work in Atlus’ Persona 5 on the PS4 and PS3. For this review, I was asked to take my time, resulting in a wild ride into the strange world of Pers...[Read More]
Atlus continues to surprise me as they’ve been making hit after hit for many years, many of which go on to become rare oddities and obscure gems. Even though the Switch is starting to get its bearings, Atlus won’t let the 3DS go just yet as they’ve officially announced three games on the way. All three are role-playing games, each with their signature Atuls style. Plus this is th...[Read More]
Press pause for just a moment folks! ATLUS is partnering up with iam8bit for a Persona 5 vinyl soundtrack release!
The North America release of Persona 5 is less than two weeks away for PS3 and PS4. The “Take Your Heart” Premium Edition will be available exclusively for the PS4 release. Developer ATLUS has released a video explaining what this premium edition will entail. To see visually what this edition will contain, ATLUS has released a video of the unboxing for anyone interested. For those who ...[Read More]
Get ready everyone! After reading the news on this game I’m very excited to play later this year. Why you ask? This is because because AQUAPLUS’ visual novel/SRPG epics titled Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth will be arriving to the Americas and Europe in 2017.
With a release date set for April 2017, publisher Atlus USA has opened pre-orders for its upcoming release of the PlayStation 4 and 3 RPG, Persona 5, and this weekend they have launched a new story trailer to give gamers a glimpse at what they can look forward to.
With the release date getting closer I can’t help but get excited with each email that comes in about Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. While I do work a full time job, juggling in some game time with the past games of the series is a must. If you’re like me you’ll want to know of techniques to battle those pesky demons within Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse. Atlus is here to ...[Read More]
As someone who’s an avid fan of the Shin Megami Tensei series it’s hard to pass up on great news from the team at Atlus when it comes to the franchise. You should see my Nintendo 3DS. I still play the past game like a crazy mad-man who’s looking for his next demon. Trust me when I’ve put in 100+ hours into the game. Well now we’re here with some great news!
Odin Sphere came into being during the later stages of the PS2, wowing its players with its beautiful art style and interesting gameplay, a defiant piece of 2D gaming in a sea of developers trying to make use of polygons. It has gone on to be a hidden gem to most PS2 enthusiasts, but now Atlus has brought Vanillaware back in to rework the entire game for a new generation. Not only is coming to the...[Read More]
Shin Megami Tensei is a brutally difficult RPG series, probably one of the most challenging traditional RPGs of the last decade. Yet, it remains as one of the most visually interesting games out there with the signature style the franchise has always represented. Capturing modern Japanese culture and using Judeo-Christian mythology, Shin Megami Tensei is a brilliant mix of culture to create a uniq...[Read More]
Over the years, being that I’m constantly on the lookout for games of all sorts, I’ve seen some shit. Between Katamari Damacy‘s jolly roll about the quirkiness of Japan and the recent Sonic Dreams Collection bad-touching my brain and my childhood, there’s not much that really phases me. However, and here’s where things get creepy, this game is hitting all sorts of lev...[Read More]