Submitted by zslash 2623d ago | news

Atlus Hints At New Game Announcement

Publisher Atlus is hinting at yet another game announcement for the Western market. This time, they've sent over a picture zoomed in at least 1000x along with the letters T, S, and L shown above in hangman fashion. (Culture)

Wildarmsjecht  +   2623d ago
I like atlus, always enjoyed their style. Hope it;s an RPG :)
sushipoop  +   2623d ago
these countdown things are getting annoying and old. seriously not every game deserves a countdown.
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Chuck Norris  +   2623d ago
Eternal Something?
Aclay  +   2623d ago
Atlus definantly had better days during the PS2 era.

One of their latest game released on the Xbox 360 (Operation Darkness) has a Metacritic score of 40 for gods sake. At this point I don't think that anything released from Atlus deserves a countdown unless it's a sequel to a game that was well recieved on the PS2 that was developed by them, like Odin Sphere.
The_EE_God  +   2623d ago
They published it buddy. They had no hand in developing it (read: localization only)
Baka-akaB  +   2623d ago
besides they arent having a bad day at all in this generation with Persona 3 , p3 FES , and now and soon Persona 4 , even if on (the still strong ps2) .
Darkiewonder  +   2623d ago
Vanillaware was the creator of Odin Sphere.
silverchode  +   2623d ago
eternal chode?
Defiantmac  +   2623d ago
ya thats what i was thinking
you stole my guess.
NeoBasch  +   2623d ago
Didn't these guys also publish one of the best RPGs to grace the PS2, Persona 3 FES. Yeah, must've forgot about that. Oh wait, there's more: Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne, Digital Devil Saga 1 and 2, Odin Sphere, Trauma Center, Etrian Odyssey, Steambot Chronicles, Metal Saga, Magna Carta, and Stella Deus. Heh, must've forgot about those too.


Atlus is just a publisher. They pick up games that would otherwise never release here. Not just that, they normally pack them full of bonuses. Just like Ubi and EA, they will publish their fair share of crappy titles, but don't forget they also bring some of the best to our shores. I have no idea what the announcement will be for, but I'm not going to write it off. Just because Atlus is a small publisher doesn't make them less important.
J@D  +   2623d ago
Me a Shin Megami Tensai for PS3 Atlus... I know u want the game show us so ANNOUNCE IT! =P
Homicide  +   2623d ago
I want a SMT game for the PS3 too, but I don't see it happening any time soon :( Maybe they'll announce something at the Tokyo Game Show, but I doubt it. I want Shin Megami Tensei 4 or Persona 5 on PS3.
J@D  +   2623d ago
Maybe both end up on the PS3 after all.
JeepGamer  +   2623d ago
Eternal Crisis?
At least they try to be clever with their hype.
Homicide  +   2623d ago
If it's from Atlus, then I'm looking forward to it. They've published/developed lots of great games.
jc48573  +   2622d ago
Devil Summoner sequel
i think it's a sequel to devil summoner if you go look at the new website just launched today. I hope it comea in with a box set so i could put them together.
The_EE_God  +   2622d ago
No it's Eternal Poison (known as Poison Pink in Japan)

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