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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore review: Captivates the audience

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore is a refreshing RPG with a fun cast and an intriguing world. Progression is always exciting, and the catchy J-Pop tunes will be stuck in your head for weeks to come. Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore presents a fresh take on turn-based JRPGs that combines elements from Fire Emblem...

Persona 5: The Royal teaser trailer shows a new character

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Atlus has released a teaser trailer for Persona 5: The Royal (P5R), either a sequel for Persona 5 or an updated version of the game. The trailer shows the Shibuya Tsutaya tower, as the camera zooms out to give a ground-floor view of the famous Shibuya Crossing lost in a sea of umbrellas -...

Catherine Full Body coming to the west, Japanese trailer released

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Catherine Full Body is a remake of Catherine, coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. I don't know how many of you played the original game. I haven't, but I always kind of wanted to. Lucky for me (and maybe some of you), there's a good chance I'll get to do that in 2018. The game was recently confirmed for a...

Persona 5 review: Will steal your heart

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The Persona series is much darker in tone than most games we're used to play these days, and Persona 5 is not different. It deals with world-changing events and unfriendly gods, and the group of school kids that manages to stand up to them. Now all that's left to establish is whether the sixth installment in the Megami Tensei spin-off series is...

Persona 5 out in the west, launch trailer looks and sounds amazing

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Persona 5 is finally out in North America and Europe, and it looks like it has been worth the wait. Apart from the general praise the game is accumulating all over the internet, its launch trailer is pretty darn awesome and really makes you want to gives this game a go. The trailer even manages to appeal to someone like me,...

Atlus to partner with Deep Silver following split from NIS America

Following April, when Atlus and NIS America severed all ties, people were worried as to how the popular Persona series would be distributed and published in Europe. Today, Deep Silver and Atlus announced that they would be working together to bring their illustrious franchises to European audiences. Deep Silver is a well-known publisher for games such as the Dead Rising series...

Atlus explains the movie magic behind The Deadly Tower of Monsters

Ace Team, the developers behind the sci-fi dungeon crawler The Deadly Tower of Monsters, are showing off the legendary monsters themselves in this new trailer. The diverse monster designs take the riff on cheesy monster movies from the 50's even farther. Each taking on a life of its own, these monsters are all throwbacks to the original effects that scared movie goers...

Fight evil monkeys, robots, and more in The Deadly Tower of Monsters

The delightful sci-fi romp from Atlus and ACE Team, The Deadly Tower of Monsters, is making its way to the PC, and PlayStation 4. The top-down adventure has players taking control of Dick Starspeed (voiced by Jonathon Digby and experienced spaceman), after he crash lands and must survive the titular tower. Featuring Dick's No-nonsense love interest Scarlet Nova, and a trusty...

Persona 5 coming to a PS4 near you

Sony has revealed that the upcoming Playstation 3 RPG  from Atlus, Persona 5, will be making its appearance on the Playstation 4 sometime in 2015. The announcement, made during Sony's pre-TGS conference, was accompanied by a small anime teaser, showcasing the new protagonist, in all of his Persona-ish glory. Besides the release year, no specific date was given, but this...

Daylight review: No reason to be afraid of the dark

Insane asylums, abandoned prisons and dense forests are all places that should be very familiar to every self-respecting horror enthusiast. We've seen them in countless movies, TV shows and games, and for a good reason - these places are terrifying to be in, especially in the dark. The somewhat ironically titled Daylight knows this all too well, and throws...

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