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Atlus Introduces Persona 5’s Futaba Sakura

By Jenni . December 6, 2016 . 9:00am

Futaba Sakura, voiced by Erica Lindbeck, will be supporting the Phantom Thieves in Persona 5.

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Persona 5’s Localized Script Has 50% More Dialogue Than Persona 4 Golden

By Sato . December 6, 2016 . 3:30am

Persona 5’s release is a few months away for the West, but if you weren’t excited enough already, the game will have 50% more dialogue compared to what we saw in Persona 4 Golden.

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Meet Three Of Persona 5’s Confidants

By Jenni . December 5, 2016 . 9:00am

In Persona 5, you’ll have an opportunity to befriend the owner of Cafe Leblanc, the man behind the Untouchable airsoft gun shop, and a doctor who wants to experiment on you in her back alley clinic.

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Persona 5’s Phantom Thieves Go To Work In New Story Trailer

By Sato . December 3, 2016 . 1:00pm

Atlus showcased the newest trailer at PSX 2016 for their upcoming PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 RPG, Persona 5, with a closer look at its story along with info on digital pre-orders.

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Watch Two Hours Of Persona 5 English Gameplay From Atlus’ Livestream

By Casey . November 17, 2016 . 8:00am

Yesterday, Atlus gave Persona fans a look at about 2 hours of livestreamed footage from the English version of Persona 5.

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Persona 5 Shares Character Introduction Trailers In English For Makoto And Yusuke

By Sato . November 17, 2016 . 1:30am

Persona 5 may have been delayed by a couple months for North America and Europe, and to kill some time while waiting, we got ourselves two new character introduction trailers.

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Persona 5 Delayed Until April 4, 2017

By Jenni . November 16, 2016 . 12:49pm

Persona 5’s North American and European release date has been bumped from February 14, 2017 to April 4, 2017. The English version will be playable for the first time at the 2016 PlayStation Experience.

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Persona 5 Trailer Highlights Its Part-Time Work, Relationships, More Game Mechanics

By Sato . November 16, 2016 . 6:30am

Persona 5 got its latest English trailer today, and it focuses on various game mechanics such as part-time work, training at the gym, relationships with contacts, and more.

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Get Ready For Persona 5’s First English Gameplay Livestream On November 16, 2016

By Sato . November 12, 2016 . 12:00am

Atlus announced that they will showcase the first English gameplay footage in a livestream that takes place on November 16th at 12:00pm PT/3:00pmET/8:00pm GMT.

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Atlus Introduces Persona 5’s Morgana

By Jenni . November 9, 2016 . 8:30am

Atlus properly introduces Morgana, Persona 5’s catlike mascot character, with a trailer and voice actress interview.

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Atlus Introduces Persona 5’s Ryuji Sakamoto

By Jenni . November 2, 2016 . 8:02am

Persona 5’s Ryuji Sakamoto is the latest member of the Phantom Thieves to be introduced in two new videos from Atlus.

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This Week In Sales: Japan Still Loves Battlefield, Mario’s Latest Party Hits 3DS

By Sato . October 28, 2016 . 3:00pm

Last week, Japan saw several new releases with key titles in Battlefield 1, Mario Party: Star Rush, Macross Delta Scramble, Reco Love, Idol Death Game TV, and more. Here’s the latest from Media Create.

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Atlus Introduces Persona 5’s Ann Takamaki

By Jenni . October 27, 2016 . 8:00am

Atlus’ latest two videos focus on Persona 5’s Ann Takamaki. One features in-game footage of the heroine, while the other stars her voice actress, Erika Harlacher.

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Persona 5 Costume Videos For Shin Megami Tensei, Persona 4 Dancing, Catherine, And More

By Sato . October 24, 2016 . 12:00am

Persona 5 gets new videos for the Shin Megami Tensei series, Persona 4: Dancing All Night, Catherine, and more.

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This Week In Sales: PlayStation VR, Tomb Raider, Mary Skelter, And Paper Mario Make Debuts In Japan

By Sato . October 23, 2016 . 6:00am

Last week, Japan had several new releases with Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration, Paper Mario: Color Splash, Godly Prison Tower: Mary Skelter, and more including the PSVR’s debut.