Yesterday we posted about the lack of Japanese audio in Persona 5, paired with another extended look at gameplay. Now it's time to turn the attention back to Atlus, who followed up with the latest official English-subtitled trailer for the hotly-anticipated RPG. Hit the jump for more.
When Persona 5 launches in the Americas on Valentine's Day, it won't be bringing Japanese audio along for the ride. While the English dub-only decision may annoy some, there might be some room for the addition of Japanese voices after the fact. Atlus' John Hardin commented on this, saying that they're looking into the possibility of adding it as DLC. Read on for more.
Atlus USA announced a western release date for Persona 5, lining it up nicely with Valentine's Day on February 14, 2017. Pre-orders are now up for both the SteelBook Launch Edition and the "Take Your Heart" Premium Edition, which is exclusive to the PlayStation 4 version of the RPG. Hit the jump for more.
Production I.G has posted on their site (Ghost in the Shell, Psycho-Pass, relevant here, Namco x Capcom) that the studio has been tapped to animate scenes for Persona 5. More after the jump.
In addition to the new Persona 5 trailer and Japanese release date, Atlus announced further plans for prologue anime Persona 5 The Animation: The Day Breakers. Read on for more.
As promised, Atlus went up with a special "Take Tokyo Tower" Nico Nico live broadcast for Persona 5 this morning. In addition to a new trailer, Atlus announced a September 15 release date for Japan. More after the jump.
Over the weekend we posted about a countdown that recently went up on the official Persona 5 website, ticking down the time until May 5. While no new information is here yet, Atlus announced that the countdown will end with a special Niconico broadcast on May 5 at 21:30 JST. More after the jump.
Watch out. Robots are coming for our wallets and our hearts! Figure maker FREEing explores the elegant side of battle robots in a Persona 3 Aigis: Yukata Ver., now available for order set to be distributed by Good Smile Company in July. Get a look after the jump.
Tokyo-based stage play company NEGA today announced that a stage play adaptation of Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold (Persona 4 Arena Ultimax), a fighting game from the Persona 4 franchise released in 2013-2014, is in the works for this July. Hit the jump for more details.