A new Persona 5 Royal trailer focuses on the new character Kasumi. Atlus also revealed details of what’s included in the Japanese Straight Flush Edition.
The Nintendo 3DS gets one more RPG hurrah as Persona Q2 releases in the west. The casts of Persona 3, 4, and 5 join forces to conquer movie-based labyrinths.
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Atlus has released a new trailer for Persona 5 Royal showing many of the new additions coming in the game. With Katsura Hashino currently busy on Project Re Fantasy, there is also news on who is filling the producer and director roles for Royal.
After previously introducing the Phantom Thieves, Atlus is showing some of the cast members from earlier Persona who will be joining them in Persona Q2. Atlus also provided details on the numerous pieces of DLC that will be available from launch.
After revealing Persona 5 Royal yesterday, Atlus today announced Persona 5 Scramble. The game is an action RPG being developed alongside Koei Tecmo’s Omega Force studio.
A new tease for P5R reveals the title Persona 5: The Royal. Anyone hoping for further details will to wait another month, though there is a hint at a potential new character.
Persona Q2 is confirmed to be coming to North America and Europe. The crossover/spin-off will be releasing in June with Japanese-only voice acting and a limited edition featuring a Korumaru plush.
Atlus is preparing to take more hearts with an official tease of P5R. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until March for any details on how it plans to do it.
Atlus invites players to grab their controllers and don their favorite Morgana hats – it’s time to party like it’s 2007. Or 2017. Whichever you prefer, Atlus has a host of add-ons to enhance your rhythm game experience.
The lack of any true narrative makes Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight feel like half of a complete game. The half it presents is done quite nicely.
Rise and Ann are the two latest characters to receive their own Persona Q2 trailers. Meanwhile, RPGamers can catch a preview of the upcoming A.I.G.I.S. movie.
Another week, another set of Persona Q2 character trailers. The representatives from Persona 3 through 5 this time are Haru, Yosuke, and Yukari.
More Persona Q2 videos highlight Makoto, Marie, and Fuuka. Also shown is Junessic Land, a dinosaur theme park where clearly nothing is going to go wrong.
The members of SEES and the Phantom Thieves showcase their moves in the latest English trailers for Persona’s upcoming rhythm spin-offs. RPGamers will be able to dance in moonlight and starlight with them this December.
Atlus announced that Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight have Day One Editions. Pre-order bonuses, pricing, and dates are all included.
Atlus has released the opening movie for Persona Q2, which hits 3DS in Japan this November. The video is joined by more character trailers, which include those for each of the four protagonists appearing in the game.
Atlus has plenty more Japanese media to share for Persona Q2. A new official trailer comes with lots of screenshots and artwork, plus a character trailer for Persona 5’s Futaba Sakura.
Persona 3 and Persona 5’s rhythm spin-offs are releasing in 2018 after all. The two games are coming in December, along with a bundle that also includes Persona 4: Dancing All Night.
Fresh off the weekend announcement, Atlus has more things to share for Persona Q2. Those interested can learn some basic details about the New Cinema Labyrinth, as well as seeing the game’s first official trailer.