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Persona 5 falls to second place in Japan

The latest entry in Atlus’ Persona RPG series has fallen to the No.2 spot in Japan according to date provided by Famitsu. The PS4 SKU of the release – last week’s top dog – saw a sales decrease of 85 per cent week-on-week. The PS3 version, which debuted at No.2 …

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Persona 5 launching in the US next February

The latest entry in Atlus’ cult JRPG Persona series will be hitting American shelves at the start of 2017. Publisher Atlus has revealed that Persona 5 will be launching for PS4 and PS3 on February 14th, 2017. Not only that – the firm has announced a special edition, which is …

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Sega Europe: We’re very interested in bringing Atlus games to UK

Titles from Japanese games giant Atlus could be coming to Europe by way of Sega. Atlus’ releases were previously launched in the UK and Europe by NIS America. However, following the finalisation of Sega’s purchase of Atlus, relations with NIS America have become strained and the two terminated their relationship …

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Persona 5 squares up to Final Fantasy XV in September

Atlus has announced the much anticipated release date for its next RPG hit Persona 5. The game will be released in Japan on September 15th. What’s most notable is that this means it’ll hit shelves just 15 days before Square Enix unleashes Final Fantasy XV on the nation. Who will …

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NIS America cuts ties with Persona publisher Atlus

Publisher NIS America will no longer be releasing games from Japanese firm Atlus in Europe, MCV can reveal. That’s according to NIS America president and CEO Takuro Yamashita, who said that since Atlus was purchased by Sega it has becoming increasingly difficult to work together. Not only does this mean …

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Persona 5 heading to PS4 as well as PS3

Sony has announced that Atlus’ upcoming RPG won’t be a PS3 exclusive. Specifically, the game will also hit PS4 when it is released some time in 2015. The PS3 version had already been confirmed for a Western release, so there’s no reason to think the next-gen SKU won’t do the …

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