Andrew Weymes of The Nightly Gamer writes: "If you're a JRPG fan in North America, ATLUS is likely one of your favourite publishers. They have released three games for the Xbox 360, all of which have not been of the quality that the company is known for. Much like Square Enix stumbled until the release of Star Ocean: The Last Hope, the developers working under ATLUS may have just needed to get used to the Xbox 360 hardware. ATLUS has recently released the latest entry in the Shin Megami Tensei universe entitled Devil Summoner 2. It's a game that will certainly appeal to fans of the series and genre, but it feels like a missed opportunity. On one hand, if Microsoft were to make an exclusivity with ATLUS regarding all of their games or even just the Shin Megami Tensei games, Microsoft would undoubtedly become the console to own for JRPG fans. Sony would still have the meagre support of Square Enix and exclusive support from Level 5, but both companies seem rather relaxed regarding the speed in which their games are released. North America has yet to see the release of White Knight Chronicles from Level 5 and Square Enix isn't likely to publish anything on the Playstation 3 until the release of Final Fantasy XIII."