Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Atlus

Lost Dimension character trailer reveals four allies/possible traitors

Lost Dimension (PS3, PS TV, PS Vita) Character Trailer Announcement - Art 1

Following up on the free DLC announcement, Atlus has released a new trailer for Lost Dimension. The video focuses on four of the eleven characters that will join the player’s party, Himeno, Sojiro, and Zenji. Himeno is an elementalist who can control ice and fire, while Sojiro is a medic who can heal and revive friendlies and Zenji a shotgun-wielding synchronizer capable of duplicating teammates’ abilities. One of the player’s most important tasks will be figuring out which of these characters, if any, are traitors secretly working against the team.

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PlayStation 3 News

Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold character trailer, 3DS theme DLC revealed

Atlus has released a new trailer focusing on the story mode from Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold. The video showcases one of mode’s five characters, Arianna, the Princess of Caledonia. As a practitioner of a Sovereign-type class, she has access to buffs and other support skills, including passive healing. Three themes were also announced, with each, Story, Classic, and Café, running .99 and set to release weekly starting July 14. GameStop is also offering a free Story theme as a pre-order bonus.

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Lost Dimension launching July 28, free DLC detailed, new trailer up

Lost Dimension (PS3, PS Vita) DLC Announcement - Screenshot 1

The floodgates have opened for news on Atlus’ upcoming tactical role-playing game Lost Dimension. First up, an official release date of July 28 has been set. Additionally, a post-launch promo will run for two weeks offering players $20 worth of free downloadable content. The bonus items include nine costumes (cosmetic only, so no buffs), three quest sets that add an extra mission to each floor, The Beginning of The End five-mission side story, and 12 PSN avatars. Some for-pay downloadable content will also be available, with consumable items ranging from .49 to .99 and status boosters ranging from .49 to 2.99. A character trailer is also posted below, which gives a peak at the crew players must fight alongside as well as investigate in order to uncover which five are traitors. And for even more info, check out the recently launched official website.

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PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation Vita News

Titans at the wall! Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains now on eShop

Attack on Titan Humanity in Chains (3DS) Launch Announcement - Header

The Survey Corps is calling up Eren and crew today with the release of Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains for 3DS. Following the storyline from the anime and manga, players will be able to take turns tackling a variety of missions as characters from the story or as a created scout in a Special Ops squad with up to three other players. The North American version includes two extra mission sets for Levi and Sasha Braus, previously downloadable content in Japan, and a free exclusive 3DS theme. Check out the launch trailer below.

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(Nintendo 3DS Review) Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains

“For diehard fans only.”

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3DS Reviews

Calender to be bundled with launch copies of Dungeon Travelers 2

Dungeon Travelers 2 The Royal Library and the Monster Seal (3DS) Caldendar Announcement - Art 1

Atlus has revealed the bonus they will be including with pre-order and first-print copies of Dungeon Travelers 2. Early buyers will also receive The Ladies of Dungeon Travelers 2 2015-2016 Calendar, a 17-month calendar featuring the cast. For those curious, Atlus also cleared up what can be expected: “and just like the game, you can go ahead and assume that the calendar is rated M as well.”

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PlayStation Vita News

Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition announced for PS4

Abyss Odyssey Extended Dream Edition (PS4) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Ace Team’s action platformer Abyss Odyssey will be getting a release for PS4. Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition will contain tweaks and updates to the original game, which follows Katrien, Ghost Monk, and Pincoya on a quest to defeat a powerful warlock at the bottom of a sprawling abyss. In addition to the updates for the PC version, Extended Dream Edition will feature online two-player co-op, local four-player versus, and a mini-boss battle with Zeno Clash’s Goldem. There are also several system-exclusive mini-bosses, Tirana and White Phantom, as well as a unique final boss form, Warlock Titan.

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PlayStation 4 News

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker out for 3DS

Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker (3DS) Announcement - Screenshot 7

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker has hit stores, eShop for 3DS. Record Breaker adds a lengthy epilogue, the Triangulum Arc, which features voiced dialog in English as well as a new character, skills, and demons. The original game is also included in the form of the Septentriones Arc. For those who haven’t pre-ordered, copies from the first print run include a special soundtrack arranged by composer Shoji Meguro, vinyl decals, and a slip cover. Two beginner battles are also available as free downloads, while four more are scheduled to go live, with one being added each week through May 19. Spotpass content will also be released soon, adding new demons and skills.

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(Nintendo 3DS Review) Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker

(Nintendo 3DS Review) Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker

“… a great trip back to a world filled with addictive combat, an interesting story, and an amiable cast of characters.”

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3DS Reviews

New SMT: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker trailer cracks some skulls

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker is set to launch next Tuesday, and Atlus has a new combat-centric video for all potential demon summoners. The re-release features two storylines, the original Septentriones arc and the new Triangulum arc, but one constant remains throughout both adventures: combat. The new trailer covers skill cracking (acquiring a new skill from an enemy), assigning skills, and mastering the elemental and Extra Turn systems for maximum damage.

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