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Amazon Japan has posted the boxart for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, attached above. We also have some additional screenshots, including a look at the new opening animation.

Here’s the packaging for the Perfect Edition by the way:


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Famitsu has uploaded to their website the first Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology screenshots. Check them out below:

By the way, Famitsu confirms a Perfect Edition for Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology (10,584 yen) and stereoscopic 3D is not included.

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Atlus’ old Japanese website is now a thing of the past. It was previously located at Atlusnet.net, but a refreshed look is now up at Atlus.co.jp. The old site will be removed on March 31.

We first found out about Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology – a remake of Atlus’ 2010 DS RPG – a few hours ago. First details have now leaked from Famitsu.

On 3DS, this new version has enhanced graphics, beautiful visuals inserted for event scenes, and the ability to change the difficulty level. A-1 Pictures produced the opening animation. Players can also choose from two modes when they first begin:

– Perfect Mode: newly added Sub-History in addition to the Standard History and Alternate History of the original title right from the beginning of the game
– Append Mode: start with Standard History and Alternate History, and after clearing those, you can move on to the new Sub-History. Difficulty level can also be changed.

Wondering what’s coming next from Atlus? On March 26, we should have a closer look.

Atlus will be hosting a “New Title Announcement Special Spring 2017” live stream on March 26. It will b on both Niconico and Fresh.

In addition to Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, we’ll be getting a look at other new titles Atlus is preparing this year. The first trailer and latest information will be shared along with the cast of the new title and familiar Atlus radio guests. Announcer Chiaki Matsuzawa, voice actors Katsuyuki Konishi, Megumi Han, Tomomi Isomura, Yoshihisa Kawahara, Ayumu Murase, and Tomokazu Sugita, freelance writer Mafia Kajita, and composer Yoko Shimomura will be in attendance.

The New Title Announcement Special Spring 2017 live stream will be held at the following times:

– 3 AM PT
– 6 AM ET
– 11 AM in the UK
– 12 PM in Europe

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A few hours ago, Atlus put up a teaser website for a new Radiant Historia title, urging people to check the new issue of Famitsu for more information. Thanks to preview images of this week’s Famitsu, we now know that the game the website teases is called Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology for the Nintendo 3DS. It’s a remake of the original DS game with new scenarios. It will be released in Japan on June 29th this year.

Check back soon for more information once we have the full issue of this week’s Famitsu magazine.

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Atlus has just gone live with a teaser site for what looks to be a new Radiant Historia game. Access it here.

Obviously the URL is pointing to the site being related to Radiant Historia. Other than that, a message reads: “In the near future, a history once told will unfold again. And an unknown path will come to be known.” More information will be shared in this week’s Famitsu.

While we’re generally against posting news without platforms having been confirmed, many of you know that Radiant Historia was a DS game. Hopefully Atlus will bring whatever this is to Nintendo platforms – be it Switch and / or 3DS.

Atlus has discounted several games on the North American eShop. Persona Q, Shin Megami Tensei IV (plus Apocalypse) and Stella Glow are among the titles included.

Here’s the full lineup:

Citizens of Earth – $4.49 (was $14.99)
Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars – $9.99 (was $29.99)
Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan – $19.99 (was $29.99)
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth – $29.99 (was $39.99)
Shin Megami Tensei IV – $14.99 (was $19.99)
Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse – $39.99 (was $49.99)
Stella Glow – $29.99 (was $49.99)

Today marks the 10th anniversary of videogame series Etrian Odyssey. The game was first released in Japan for the DS system on January 18 2007.

Now, in order to celebrate this anniversary, series character designer Yuji Himukai has shared the illustration that you can see above on Twitter.

These series of videogames have been a must have on both DS and 3DS. We are still waiting for a localization of the last one, Etrian Odyssey V, which hasn’t released outside of Japan.

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The Shin Megami Tensei series is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and to start off, Atlus has launched a special website for this occasion. At the moment, there’s pretty much nothing of interest to see on the website – except the logo above, which incorporates the release years of all four mainline Shin Megami Tensei games, alongside the word “next”. This seems to hint at Shin Megami Tensei V being released this year, or at the very least being announced.

Of course, we don’t know yet if this game (or any other potential games planned for this anniversary) will be on Nintendo platforms, but we will keep you updated if that’ll end up being the case.

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