Atlus recently announced that they’re remaking Etrian Odyssey II for the 3DS. It will be out this winter in Japan.
Like Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl, this new game will be a reimagining of sorts. There will be a story mode starring a preset cast of characters, cutscenes and voice acting.
Madhouse, the studio famous for shows like Trigun and Black Lagoon, will be handling the game’s cutscenes. Kanako Ito, who performed the opening theme to Steins;Gate, will be doing the game’s theme song.No comments
Japan has been enjoying Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth for nearly a couple of months already, but folks in the U.S. won’t have to wait too long to get some 3DS Etrian Odyssey/Persona action. @AtlusUSA confirmed that the game will head stateside on November 25.
They also released a new video with the game’s opening cinematic.No comments
“This is not broccoli” is the title of a new teaser site from Atlus. By clicking the up button to scroll to the top of the screen, you get greeted with the above message.
We don’t know exactly what they’re teasing, but the site’s font and design elements look incredibly similar to ones found in Atlus’ Etrian Odyssey series, which means we might be seeing a new entry very soon.
The site’s title may have something to do with a cryptic post by Atlus on Twitter, where they just put up a picture of a vaguely Yggdrasil-looking piece of broccoli.
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The game launches in Japan next week on June 5. It’s North American release is scheduled for this fall.
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Starting today and continuing over the next few weeks, Atlus will be rolling out both free and paid DLC for Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars.
The DLC ranges from class items and costumes to special boss battles. Among the free DLC are a couple boss battles starring Danganronpa‘s sadistic teddy bear Monokuma. If you ever wanted to give that bear what he deserved (without fear of punishment), the “Monokuma Strikes” and “Monokuma’s Revenge” will come out on May 6 and May 13, respectively.
As a gift to anyone who pre-ordered or picked up the game at launch, Atlus is making the “Disciple Weapon Pack” available for free for the first month. Afterwards, it will become paid DLC.
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Atlus put out a new trailer for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth showing off the game’s battle system and highlighting elements like targeting weaknesses and pressing for all-out attacks.
They also revealed the box art for the Japanese version of the game.
Persona Q comes out on June 5 in Japan and this fall in North America.
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We knew Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth was getting a special edition 3DS XL (LL) in Japan, but we haven’t seen what it looked like. Until now, that is.
Atlus released the first images of the handheld that will be bundled with Persona Q when it launches on June 5. It will cost ¥25,380 (≈$251).
The front is styled after Elizabeth from Persona 3‘s book Le Grimoire du Coeur. It also features the phrase “La personnalité change le monde,” which roughly translates to ” the personality changes the world.”
On the other side, the handheld has the entire cast of Persona Q.
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Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars doesn’t arrive in North America until April 15, but Atlus has launched the official website for the game along with a video featuring samples from the soundtrack CD bundled with pre-orders and first print copies.
The game is scored by former Capcom composer Masato Kouda, whose previous works include the soundtracks for the Devil May Cry and Monster Hunter series.
A demo for Conception II is scheduled to hit the 3DS eShop and PlayStation Store on March 25.No comments
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars packs dungeon crawling, turn-based battles and an interesting child-making mechanic all into a full package, and Atlus wants to give you just the tip.
A demo for the game is coming to the 3DS eShop and PS Vita Playstation Store on March 25.
You’ll be able to transfer your demo save data to the full game, where it will unlock bonus in-game items to help you early on.
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