You may have heard that Persona 4 Arena was inexplicably removed from PSN for Europe, but we found out something that makes this news all the more curious. It seems the game is still up for Europeans, if you own an Xbox 360.
Haven’t picked up Citizens of Earth? This trailer aims to bring you around to Atlus’ way of thinking. I simultaneously adored and hated Citizens of … Read moreCitizens of Earth launch trailer aims to get your vote
Much as I had a lot of complaints about it, I’m also pretty sure that a lot of you will quite enjoy Citizens of Earth, … Read moreCitizens of Earth Guide: Hints & Tips for a New VP
It’s a day for curious genre mash-ups here at IncGamers, as Rollers of the Realm aims to combine pinball and RPGs. Both are pursuits normally … Read moreRollers of the Realm hopes you’ll flipper out for a pinball RPG
ACE Team have just released their Roguelike-meets-Fighters title Abyss Odyssey, and it turns out to be rather good. Like many such procedurally generated titles, the … Read moreAbyss Odyssey Guide: Hints, Tips and Notes for the Underground
Sega has finally reported their results for the financial year. Overall, the company has seen profits year on year, but on the back of pachinko sales. Games are overall profitable, although they reveal that sales have been ‘sluggish’.
Sorry, everyone, but this is going to be one of those weird reviews where I spend most of my time complaining, before explaining why those … Read moreTesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure Review
Japanese gaming magazines Famitsu and Dengeki Online have confirmed it: Persona 4’s Rise Kujikawa is moving to the frontlines and will be a playable character in Persona 4 Arena.
Tex Murphy’s return to your computer screens will not actually be taking place today, as it’s been delayed to 7 May. Big Finish Games and … Read moreTesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure delayed to May
NIS America’s single-player RPG Fairy Fencer F is coming to PlayStation 3 in September. This game and a handful of other games from NIS America got release dates here from Atlus including , including Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair , Battle Princess of Arcadias, and Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited.
Atlus USA has picked up Citizens of Earth, a tongue-in-cheek old-school RPG from Waveform developer Eden Industries. Citizens of Earth did not have a successful Kickstarter campaign and the devs had been quit for a while, but its great to see a Atlus steps in to get the game released. Citizens of Earth will release on 3DS, PC, PS4, Vita and Wii U later this year as a download title.
Tex Murphy co-creator and actor Chris Jones has revealed Tesla Effect’s release date: You can expect the game to be available this April 22.
April’s very own fool, Tex Murphy, will be returning to your PCs later this month in The Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure, and pre-orders … Read moreTex Murphy returning in The Tesla Effect this month
The Official Persona Magazine has some Q&A with Persona Series Director Katsura Hashino, and it has been translated from Japanese to English in on funstock.co.uk. Persona 5 developed by Atlus and the 5th game in the Shin Megami Tensei: Persona series is expected to release this Winter in Japan and 2015 in North America.
Atlus has revealed the official English site for upcoming RPG Persona 5, and a release date for the US of 2015.
The game will be coming to Japan 1st in Winter 2014, so it seems they have scheduled localization very closely to when the game started development.
Third time’s the charm, I guess. After Sega Dream and one Atlus, Sega Sammy Holdings has seemingly finalized plans for Index, splitting them into two companies to be called Index and Atlus.
It’s a marketing technique as old as the hills. Film the reactions of your audience to a scary movie/game/thing and share it with the world. … Read moreWatch Daylight spook the Atlus QA testers
Daylight looks interesting. In case you missed it, this is Zombie Studios’ survival horror game which is procedurally generated, so you’ll shudder through different maps … Read moreZombie Studios shows off Daylight’s obligatory sewer level