Atlus Asks If You Want To See A New Persona 5, Persona HD Remasters, Or Other Spinoffs

By Sato . February 3, 2017 . 2:30am

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Atlus just started a new 2017 survey for the fans, where they ask fans what they’d like to see, including a spinoff title for Persona 5, an HD remaster of previous Persona games and more.

 

The main question about Persona series asks if fans would like to see a new fighting game for Persona 5, a board game for the Persona series, an HD remaster of Revelations: Persona, a Persona 3 dance game, Persona series online game, a Persona shooter, Persona 6, a new version of Persona 5 with additional scenario and new content, a Persona 5 dance game, a HD remaster of Persona 3, HD remasters of the Persona 2 games, or a sequel/port for Persona Q. The survey also asks for each of the aforementioned titles whether you’d like to see it on PS4, PSVR, PS Vita, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, smartphone, or others.

 

It’s also worth noting that there isn’t anything on the list mentioning Persona 4, so it looks like Atlus is looking to further expand on their other Persona titles.

 

Some of the questions in the survey ask if fans would purchase follow-up titles to Devil Survive 2: Record Breaker, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey, Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir.

 

One of the questions asks what other non-Atlus titles fans know about, and it includes a bunch of popular titles that have yet to release, such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Dragon Quest XI, NieR: Automata, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Kingdom Hearts III, and so on.

 

The survey is available to take here, but it’s in Japanese and takes an estimate of about 25 minutes to complete and will be around starting today through February 7 at 11:59pm JST.

 

Atlus says that they’ve done the same survey twice in the past, and received plenty of great feedback from fans and they’ve put a lot of consideration into it, so they’re looking to hear more from fans again.

 

The purpose of the survey is to help Atlus create games that can provide more unique and entertaining experience, and they’re asking for cooperation from the fans to achieve the goal.



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