Is Persona 5 worthy of a 5/5? The answer is hard to tell using this site exclusively as we employ a grading scale from A – F, but make sure to read Adeki’s review of Persona 5 and find out if it’s an exceptional entry in a series or a wacky waste of time!
Atlus abuses copyright to bully streamers, multiple Legend of Heroes releases are on the horizon, and Gearbox partners with black market swindlers in the news of the week!
Nintendo Switch is apparently severely underclocked, Crytek is falling to pieces, and Atlus unveil their new traditional fantasy RPG in the news of the week!
Square Enix draws some friendly fire, but it is not all bad news for Final Fantasy XV. Meanwhile, Nintendo tries to dodge censorship allegations and My Hero Academia is a great stand-in for One Punch Man in the news of the week!
It has been nearly ten years since Atlus released a numbered entry in the Shin Megami Tensei title in the west. Does the fourth entry have what it takes to please new fans and series veterans alike?
Nintendo visits equal measures joy and woe unto the industry, while Glee plagiarises from Portal’s songwriter in the news of the week.
Coming to grips with the week’s news, the podcast panel handily assembles to grasp the nettle of some controversial topics. Also: the panelists discuss their lack of hands-on experience with Wild Arms, all without placing the finger of blame upon anyone.
Forgive the hyperbole, Greg Zeschuck’s latest response to the JRPG industry was actually rather more diplomatic than Daniel Erikson’s “You can put a j in front of it, but it’s not an rpg” outburst, though the inherent arrogance looks to be much the same. Their central message seems to be that the only way for more »
Atlus pleases action-RPG fans once again with the recent release of Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzonoha vs. King Abaddon. Devil Summoner 2, set in Japan during the Taisho Period, places the player in the shoes of Devil Summoner and Private Investigator Raidou Kuzonoha on his quest to save the world from certain more »
In 2007, Atlus stunned RPG fans with Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3, an ambitious take on the genre that had never quite been seen before. Part dungeon crawl, part relationship simulator, all awesome, Persona 3 and its subsequent re-release, Persona 3: FES won the hearts of many with its outstanding dialogue, addicting Social Links, and more »