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Atlus has announced that the next chapter in the popular Shin Megami Tensei will be arriving stateside for gamers in America. Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse will be released sometime during the summer of 2016.
Atlus has announced that Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains will be released on the Nintendo 3DS starting May 12th. They announced the date with a brand new trailer for the game, keeping it short and simple.
According to Atlus, all you need to make an entertaining RPG experience is some fun characters, interesting dungeons to explore, magic and gear to collect, and balls. Pinballs, to be exact, as the publisher has revealed a new “Puzzle Trailer” for its upcoming dungeon-diving/pinball hybrid, Rollers of the Realm.
There’s a warlock sleeping at the bottom of a terrifying chasm and the creatures of his dreams are spilling out into the world, slaying everyone who stands in their path. Your job is to venture into those depths, destroy the nightmare creatures and wake the warlock from his slumber. Welcome to Abyss Odyssey.
PlayStation owners have several new Persona games to look forward to. Developer Atlus announced Persona 5, Persona 4: Dancing All Night, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth and Persona 4: The Ultimax Suplex Hold on Saturday evening.
EDF! EDF! EDF! That's right, the Earth Defense Force is back, baby, and it's scheduled to crash land on the PlayStation 3 in February 2014, bringing all of the ridiculous weapons and slightly more ridiculous insect enemies you could ever hope for.
A new entry in Steam – blatantly obvious and with an actual page and video to boot – has appeared and it's none other than SNK Playmore's King of Fighters XIII. The entry page gives you a quick glimpse at a video that ends with the obvious mention that it is indeed coming to Steam since it's indubitably the “Steam Edition”.
Summer vacation comes to an end this week, which is kind of a bummer considering the fact that a bunch of new games are releasing just in time for everyone to have to turn off their consoles and head back to school. But when you aren't too busy with homework and extracurricular activities, maybe you'll find time to fire up Dragon's Crown the headlining title arriving on the PlayStation Network and in stores this week.
Just ahead of its launch in North America next week, Atlus Japan announced via their official Twitter account that they have successfully shipped more than 300,000 copies to retailers and that the retail chains are running out of copies faster than they can manufacture and ship them out. Success much, Atlus?
You know what's funny? Bad decisions.... well, bad decisions when someone else makes them... especially bad decisions that you can see coming a mile away. In this case, it was a very bad decision by Capcom to reject publishing Dragon's Crown because the game is selling out in Japan.
If you thought the gorgeously designed and artfully engaging beat 'em up title from Vanillaware was going to be a fairly short affair due to all the high-end, hand-drawn visuals diminishing the length of the game, think again. Dragon's Crown will clock in at a very, very, very impressive 20 hours.
A new gameplay trailer for Zeno Clash II has been unleashed by Atlus, featuring some face-punchingly good fighting. It's rare we get to pummel in the cranium of characters the way you can in Zeno Clash II, so this video is extra special just for the added touch of bringing melee combat back to the mainstream FPS genre.
There’s been a lot of talk about Vanillaware’s upcoming four-player hack-in-slash title, Dragon’s Crown, as of late but, until now, one very important bit of information has eluded us: A U.S. release date. Publisher Atlus promised it would be sometime this summer and, with a nailed-down arrival date of Aug. 6 officially announced; they’re just making it in under the deadline.
Nintendo 3DS fans are being invited to “go hack themselves,” as today marks the official launch of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers. Featuring a title so long it needed two colons, Soul Hackers is the upgraded version of a 1997 JRPG that, until now, has never been available in the U.S.
It’s taken a bit longer than expected, but Vanillaware’s latest offering for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita is nearly here, promising hack-n-slash action mixed with some RPG goodness in an eye-bleedingly beautiful package known as Dragon’s Crown. The game’s got a brand new trailer ready for you to clap your peepers on that serves the double purpose of confirming a July 25 release date in Japan.