Shin Megami Tensei V Killed God and You're Next
Before getting wrapped up in the game's narrative, a sweeping story about the role of God in society, you have to understand that this world doesn't care about you at all.
'Shin Megami Tensei 3: Nocturne' Is a Throwback to a Weirder, Evocative Era of RPG
In this remaster of the 2003 Atlus RPG, existence is a half-life, but it's still a living.
'13 Sentinels' Is Blowing My Mind and I Can't Tell You Anything About It
A video game in which any individual story point could, in theory, be a spoiler.
The Gaming Fan Who Accidentally Became a Historian
weaK_willO wanted to play a card game, and ended up spending nearly $6,000 to help the world remember something that'd been forgotten.
Atlus, We Haven't Forgotten Your Mishandling of LGBTQ Characters
Atlus has a history of mishandling LGBTQ characters. The new 'Catherine: Full Body' trailer doesn’t inspire hope for a course correction.
‘Demon’s Souls’ Finally Going Offline Next Year
You’ll still be able to play the 'Dark Souls' predecessor, but you’ll be on your own.
'Etrian Odyssey V' Is Incredibly Difficult, But Honest About the Danger
In order to survive, sometimes you need to treat a battle more like a puzzle, rather than a numbers game.
Atlus Tried to Take Down a PlayStation 3 Emulator’s Crowdfunding Page
The company argued the emulator's mere existence infringed on their copyright, but Patreon pushed back.
'Persona 5' Can't Champion Marginalized Underdogs Without Queer Characters
Atlus created a cast with outsider status and insider privileges.
How 'Persona 5' Embraces the Devil on Your Shoulder
In a series largely about duty and self-control, 'Persona 5' decides you can't have salvation without a little sin.
Atlus Is Letting People Stream More, But Not All, 'Persona 5'
You can now share your experiences until the game's final act.
The 'Persona 5' Screenshot Ban Hurts Our Ability to Connect With It
Screenshots let us remember the journeys we've taken in games, so what does it mean when Persona 5 disables them?