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www.atlus.com/strangejourney/ 
North America gears up for a Strange Journey

星期天, 一月 10th, 2010 by cj iwakura at www.digitaldevildb.com

Atlus USA’s website for Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey is now online. SJ marks the series’ Nintendo DS debut and according to the website is slated for a March 23rd release.

Mark your calenders and cancel all engagements!!

Included are a handful of character bios, as well as some background info on the gameplay and general setting, and some series history.

Much like the old Super Famicom Shin Megaten games, Strange Journey consists primarily of immense first person dungeons. There will also be demon recruitment, endings that vary based on alignment, and cryptic white-haired characters who may or may not be fallen angels in disguise.

Don’t forget to visit www.atlus.com/strangejourney/ »

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You Have Been Officially Spoiled - Persona OST

星期六, 六月 13th, 2009 by Emilio Morales at nijiko.wordpress.com

In the most recent “Atlus Faithful” email, Atlus has announced that the upcoming re-make of Persona for the PSP will be released on September 22nd, 2009, and will come packed with a complete 2-disc original soundtrack of the game’s music in it’s entirety; not like the A side / B side Persona 4 had.

So mark your calendars, save some pocket-change, and be sure to pre-order your copy when it becomes available. Don’t miss this awesome Atlus Spoils re-translated edition of Persona for the PSP PLUS the full OST together in one exclusive package.

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www.atlus.com/devilsurvivor/ 
Atlus USA Devil Survivor Site Comes Alive

星期二, 四月 21st, 2009 by wolfzau at www.digitaldevildb.com


Atlus USA have launched their official website for Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor. The site includes a whole host of goodies to get excited about, including in-game video, screenshots and some tantalizing information on characters and storyline.

“Wish my cousin looked this cool”

Currently only three characters and one scant piece of information on the story is available, but just seeing these videos should be enough to get any Megaten fan hot under the collar.

The website promises updates that will include free wallpapers, avatars and, of course, more information on the story and on the eleven main characters that will inhabit the game world, so be sure to check back regularly.

Oh and, don’t forget to checkout the website »

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Atlus USA Makes Game Developer’s Top 20 Publishers List

星期二, 十月 9th, 2007 by Tony at www.digitaldevildb.com

Things have been pretty quiet in the Megaten world as of late. Even in terms of general related Atlus news there’s not been too much to say.

Gamasutra has an interesting article up about Game Developer’s Top 20 Publishers. The list is generally dominated by the top players every one would name, such as EA, Nintendo and Activision. Of particular interest, however, is Atlus USA’s appearance in spot 18.

Pretty nice.

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Persona 3 Atlus Interview

星期五, 八月 31st, 2007 by Tony at www.digitaldevildb.com

Hey everyone. Just writing to inform you that our interview with Atlus for Persona 3 is posted on the site. There’s some discussion of FES, older SMT releases, the Japanese rating versus the US’s M rating and so forth.

Some of the questions were crafted before anyone at this site got to actually play the game (not to mention those who submitted questions in our forum). In those cases, anyone who has played the title will know how those components work. They’re being left in the interview for completion’s sake, but also because there is some interesting insight at times.

Super big thanks to both Aram and Yu at Atlus for taking the time to help us out, despite the headaches of the delay, E3 and other releases in the pipeline.

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Atlus.com Redesigned

星期一, 七月 23rd, 2007 by Tony at www.digitaldevildb.com

I noticed today that the official Atlus USA website has been redesigned. Kind of a surprise.  Head on over and check it out.

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