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Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

Venerdì, Luglio 17th, 2009 by Emilio Morales at

Atlus has revealed a new teaser website of what appears to be the next Megaten game, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey. Showing a picture of Earth with the South Pole imploding and showing messages like: “This is a soldier’s hand. It’s trustworthy.”, “For us, it’s ‘hope’!”, “Don’t lose sight of yourself!”, “You came here from a rich country just to die?”, “For the future of mankind, let’s both hold our ground!”, “South Pole”.

A Japanese blogger was able to grab what seems to be the logo of the game, from the page’s source code before Atlus removed it.

Atlus will reveal more about this game on July 24th, 2009 and, supposedly, it will be released on October 8th, 2009 for Japan. But the lack of the most important details have left us hanging; will it be a spin-off? a sequel? what genre? and for what console?

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Atlus Plans PSP Release for Megami Ibunroku Persona

Mercoledì, Febbraio 4th, 2009 by Emilio Morales at

Atlus Japan ha annunciato l’uscita del prossimo gioco della serie Megaten per Sony PSP. Si tratta del remake di “Megami Ibunroku Persona: Be Your True Mind” pubblicato in precedenza per PS1. Tra le aggiunte confermate ci sono nuove cutscene in 3D, più punti di salvataggio, possibilità di scegliere il livello di difficoltà e un maggiore bilanciamento.

Il gioco uscirà il 29 Aprile in Giappone.

Translated thanks to VMee

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