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News SEGA / Atlus announce TGS 2020 Online lineup, schedule

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Sega / Atlus has announced its lineup of games and live stream schedule for Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online, which will run from September 23 to 27.

Get the details below.

Lineup

Sega Titles

  • Astro City Mini
  • Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle (PS4)
  • Chain Chronicle 3 (iOS, Android)
  • Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation (iOS, Android)
  • Fist of the North Star: Legends ReVIVE (iOS, Android)
  • Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix (Switch)
  • Kemono Friends 3 (iOS, Android, PC [DMM])
  • Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis (PS4, Switch, PC)
  • Project Sekai: Colorful Stage feat. Hatsune Miku (iOS, Android)
  • Pro Soccer Club wo Tsukurou! Road to World (iOS, Android)
  • Puyo Puyo Champions (PS4, Switch, PC [Steam])
  • Puyo Puyo!! Quest (iOS, Android)
  • Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 (PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, Switch)
  • Re:ZERO – Starting Life in Another World: Lost in Memories (iOS, Android)
  • Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi (iOS, Android)
  • Yakuza Online (iOS, Android, PC [Windows])
Tokyo 2020 Olympics Official Titles
  • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 (Switch)
  • Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game (PS4, Switch)
Atlus Titles
  • Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster (PS4, Switch)
Partners Titles

Arc System Works
  • Guilty Gear: Strive (PS5, PS4, PC [Steam], Arcade [APM3])
Beep Japan
  • Neversong & Pinstripe (PS4, Switch)
Electronic Arts
  • FIFA 21 (PS4)
  • FIFA 21 Legacy Edition (Switch)
  • Star Wars: Squadrons (PS4)
Experience
  • Yomi wo Saku Hana (PS4, Switch)
M2
  • Aleste Collection (PS4, Switch)
Nippon Ichi Software
  • Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny (PS4, Switch)
  • Labyrinth of Galleria: Coven of Dusk (PS4, PS Vita)
  • Mad Rat Dead (PS4, Switch)
Silver Star Japan
  • Real-Time Battle Mahjong Online + Ginsei Shogi (Switch)
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
  • Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia (Switch)

Schedule

September 25
(YouTube, Niconico, Periscope)
  • 20:00 to 21:00 – Sega Fan Meet-Up 2020: A Sincere Thanks to All Sega Fans (Japanese, Chinese, English) – Sega Group president and CEO Haruki Satomi shares the latest information on entertainment content Sega plans to offer in the future directly with the fans. Featuring MCs Nasu Nakanishi (comedian), Mami Yamashita (voice actor), and Ayana Tsubaki (talent), and presenter Haruki Satomi (Sega Group president and CEO).
  • 21:00 to 22:00 – Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis Introduction (Japanese, English) – The latest information on Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis, the latest entry in the Phantasy Star Online 2 series, including live gameplay. Featuring MC Nasu Nakanishi (comedian), and presenters to be announced.
  • 22:00 to 22:40 – Kaiun! Segademo Kanteidan (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) – Sega’s first 60th anniversary event. Valuable Sega treasures appear one after the other. There may even be legendary items delivered from Sega’s storehouse or received from the world’s top stars. Come see the shocking appraisals! Featuring MCs Nasu Nakanishi (comedian) and Ayana Tsubaki (talent), and presenters to be announced.
  • 22:40 to 23:300 – Sega Shopping Channel (Japanese) – A Sega 60th anniversary event extra edition. A program introducing official Sega products. With the theme of “classic game consoles,” look forward to tons of information on Genesis / Mega Drive Mini, which is about to celebrate its one-year anniversary; Game Gear Micro, which is due out on October 6; Astro City Mini, which is due in December; a Game Gear 30th anniversary celebration; and more. Featuring MC Mami Yamashita (voice actor) and presenter Yosuke Okunari (classic hardware producer).
  • 23:00 to 24:00 – Information Live! Sega / Atlus (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) – An introduction to popular Sega and Atlus titles in one sweep, including Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle, Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers, and Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix. Featuring MC Ayana Tsubaki (talent), and presenters to be announced.
September 26 (YouTube 12:00 to 18:00, YouTube 18:00 to 24:00, Niconico, Periscope)
  • 11:50 to 12:00 – Opening – An introduction to the day’s lineup. Featuring MCs Nasu Nakanishi (comedian) and Mami Yamashita (voice actor).
  • 12:00 to 14:00 – Information Live! Sega / Atlus (Japanese) – Kemono Friends 3, Re:ZERO – Starting Life in Another World: Lost in Memories, and Sonic Station Live! TGS Sonic Speed Edition.
    • Kemono Friends 3 – A 30-minute broadcast featuring information on the one-year anniversary campaign and new story developments for Kemono Friends 3 with voice actor unit Hanamaru Animal. There may even be a surprise announcement. Stay tuned! Featuring presenters Fuuka izumi (voice actor), Kanako Yanagihara (voice actor), and Haruka Fushimi (voice actor).
    • Re:ZERO – Starting Life in Another World: Lost in Memories – A Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online special broadcast for the Re:ZERO official smartphone game Re:ZERO – Starting Life in Another World: Lost in Memories. Get an introduction to original adventure RPG, which was supervised by Re:ZERO creator Tappei Nagatsuki, plus early information on the first story update and the latest event news. Featuring presenters Yuusuke Kobayashi (voice actor), Yumi Uchiyama (voice actor), and Moe Iori (Emilia official cosplayer).
    • Sonic Station Live! TGS Sonic Speed Edition – A TGS 2020 Online edition of Sonic Station Live!, a program that delivers various Sonic-related information. This month’s episode will introduction a new compilation album and the latest merchandise, as well as feature a live painting by Sonic series designer Yui Karasuno. The live painting will start on September 26 at 12:00 JST alongside the start of the “Information Live! Sega / Atlus” broadcast and end during the Sonic Station Live! portion of the broadcast. Featuring presenters Kazuyuki Hoshino (Sonic series creative director) and Jun Senoue (Sonic series sound director), and Yui Karasuno (Sonic series designer).
  • 14:00 to 14:40 – Segalt Q (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) – Sega’s second 60th anniversary event. Sega enthusiasts challenge high-difficulty questions about Sega. Featuring MCs Nasu Nakanishi (comedian) and Yurika Tachibana (talent), and presenters to be announced.
  • 14:40 to 15:00 – Sega Shopping Channel – A program introducing official Sega and Atlus products. A collaboration between the Sega Store and Atlus D-Shop. Sega Shiro introduces 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, Shin Megami Tensei, Persona 5 Royal, a Jack Frost Phantasy Star Online 2 Sega tote bag project, and more for as long as time permits. Featuring Mami Yamashita (voice actor).
  • 15:00 to 17:00 – Sega Partners Express (Japanese) – Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia, Nippon Ichi Software titles, Real-Time Battle Mahjong Online + Ginsei Shogi, Aleste Collection, and Neversong & Pinstripe.
    • Bakugan: Champions of Vestroia – Featuring presenter Hiroko Mizuta (Warner Bros. Japan PR).
    • Nippon Ichi Software Titles – Introductions to Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny, Labyrinth of Galleria: Coven of Dusk, and Mad Rat Dead. Featuring presenter Sohei Niikawa (Nippon Ichi Software president and CEO).
    • Real-Time Battle Mahjong Online + Ginsei Shogi – Featuring presenter Daiki Iwata (Silver Star Japan) and guest Yoshitaka Hoshino (professional shogi player).
    • Aleste Collection – An introduction to the game with new information. Featuring presenters Naoki Horii (M2 president and CEO) and Kazuki Kubota (M2 ShotTriggers director).
    • Neversong & Pinstripe – Featuring presenter Robert Pontow (Beep Japan owner and indie games fan).
  • 17:00 to 19:15 – Information Live! Sega Atlus (Japanese) – Pro Soccer Club wo Tsukurou! Road to World, Fist of the North Star: Legends ReVIVE, and 2020’s new developments for Chain Chronicle.
    • Pro Soccer Club wo Tsukurou! Road to World – Information on future collaborations with players and events. Featuring presenter Nobuchika Miyazaki (producer).
    • Fist of the North Star: Legends ReVIVE – Event and collaboration information in celebration of the game’s one-year anniversary. Featuring presenters Kouhei Iwamoto (producer) and Tomoyuki Fujita (director).
    • Chain Chronicle 2020 New Developments Rush – Part 3 climax highlights, new information on Part 4, a follow-up on the collaboration with Isekai Ojisan, and the latest event information. Featuring presenters Jun Matsunaga (general director) and Yousuke Tomomitsu (administrative director), and guest Hikaru Midorikawa (voice actor).
  • 19:15 to 20:00 – Sega ni Hamatte Kiite Mita (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) – Sega’s third 60th anniversary event. A passionate discussion on the uniqueness of the Yakuza and Persona series with guests who love each series. Featuring MCs Nasu Nakanishi (comedian) and Mami Yamashita (voice actor), and guests Komazawa Isolation (pro street dancer YouTuber) and Chiaki Matsuzawa (freelance announcer).
  • 20:00 to 21:00 – Project Sekai: Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku Pre-Release News Blast Special (Japanese) – Tons of new information on the September 30-due Project Sekai: Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku, including songs, just ahead of its official release. Featuring MC Aoi Tatsuse, and guests Yuki Nakashima (voice actor) and Daisuke Hirose (voice actor).
  • 21:00 to 22:00 – Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 Live Gameplay – Live gameplay of the December 10-due Puyo Puyo Tetris 2. Plus details on the new “Skill Battle” rule and an exhibition match between top Puyo Puyo Tetris players. Featuring MC Yurika Tachibana (talent), presenters Mizuki Hosoyamada (producer) and Naohiro Hirao (director), and guests Taiyou Amemiya (professional player) and Tomokun (professional player).
  • 22:00 to 23:00 – Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster (Japanese) – An information variety program for the upcoming Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster, including fun discussion and live gameplay. Featuring MC Chiaki Matsuzawa (freelance announcer), presenter Kazuyuki Yamai (director), and guests Junya Enoki (voice actor) and Mafia Kajita (freelance writer).
  • 23:00 to 24:00 – Uso ka Honto ka Wakaranai Yarisugi Sega Densetsu (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) – Sega’s fourth 60th anniversary event. Whether real or fake, rumors that never come to light continue to exist within Sega… Whether you believe them or not is up to you… Featuring MCs Nasu Nakanishi (comedian), Mami Yamashita (voice actor), and Yurika Tachibana (talent).
September 27 (YouTube, Niconico, Periscope)
  • 11:50 to 12:00 – Opening – An introduction to the day’s lineup. Featuring MCs Nasu Nakanishi (comedian) and Mami Yamashita (voice actor).
  • 12:00 to 14:00 – Puyo Puyo Championship TGS 2020 Special Tournament: The Big Four Ultimate Match (Japanese) – A special tournament featuring the best four players of the Puyo Puyo Championship Season 3 Stage 1 with a wonderful prize. Come watch heated battles between top professional players. Featuring MCs Ayana Tsubaki (talent) and Yurika Tachibana (talent), commentator Tom (professional player), and professional players Saki, Tomokun, Hiponia, and Rein.
  • 14:00 to 15:00 – Information Live! Sega Atlus (Japanese) – Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and Puyo Puyo!! Quest.
    • Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Games – The latest information on Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – The Official Video Game and Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
    • Puyo Puyo!! Quest Corner – The latest information on the 22 million downloads-strong free-to-play smartphone puzzle RPG Puyo Puyo!! Quest. Viewers will receive an in-game item as a gift.
  • 15:00 to 16:00 – Sega Nan Desu (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) – Sega’s fifth 60th anniversary event. A mass gathering of Sega hardware and games. Let’s talk Sega with special guest Maple Chogokin. Featuring MC Mami Yamashita (voice actor) and guest Maple Chogokin (comedian).
  • 16:00 to 18:00 – Information Live! Sega Atlus (Japanese) – Astro City Mini, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix, Sakura Wars, and Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation.
    • Astro City Mini – The latest information on Astro City Mini, including new announcements and live gameplay. Featuring presenters Akira Shimokawa (Sega Toys product planning department senior specialist), Hiroyuki Miyazaki (Japan division: deputy division manager), and Kensaku Nishimura (Sega communication and design department), and guest Fujita (game entertainer).
    • Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix – Introducing the uniqueness of the Hatsune Miku-starring rhythm action games Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix and Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone. Featuring Mikudayo and Mikunano (Sega feat. Hatsune Miku Project promotional characters).
    • Sakura Wars-Related Information Corner – The latest information on Shin Sakura Wars the Stage, music CDs, the new smartphone RPG Sakura Kakumei: Hanasaku Otome-tachi, and other Sakura Wars-related content.
    • Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation – A mini-lecture featuring Yuuko Kawanishi and the latest information on Dx2 Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation.
  • 18:00 to 20:00 – Sega Partners Express (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) – Electronic Arts titles, Yomi wo Saku Hana, Guilty Gear: Strive, Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, and Maglam Lord.
    • Electronic Arts Titles – FIFA 21 and Star Wars: Squadrons. Featuring presenter Toshiyuki Itakura (Impulse).
    • Yomi wo Saku Hana
    • Guilty Gear: Strive – An introduction to the game plus an announcement related to the new information due out in October. Featuring Riku Ozawa (Arc System Works PR).
    • Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin – An introduction to the game with various trailers.
    • Maglam Lord – An introduction to the sword creation action RPG Maglam Lord, which will be released in Traditional Chinese and Hangul for Switch. Featuring presenter Saki Mashiko (D3 Publisher PR).
  • 20:00 to 21:30 – Sega Nama TGS Special (Japanese, Chinese, Korean) – A Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online special edition of Sega Nama, including the latest information concerning the Yakuza series. Featuring MC Ayana Tsubaki (talent) and presenter Toshihiro Nagoshi (Sega CCO).
  • 21:45 to 23:00 – Sega Atlus Music Station: Final – Sega’s sixth 60th anniversary event. From enthusiast talks by the guitarists of Sega and Atlus, to a DJ concert by Tomoya Ohtani with a Sega 60th anniversary setlist, and performances of Sega masterpieces by Takenobu Mitsuyoshi and Persona 5 masterpieces by Lyn. Featuring MCs Nasu Nakanishi (comedian), Mami Yamashita (voice actor), Ayanaa Tsubaki (talent), and Yurika Tachibana (talent), presenters Takenobu Mitsuyoshi (sound creator / vocalist), Hidenori Shoji (Yakuza series composer), Toshiki Konishi (Atlus Sound Team composer), Jun Senoue (Sonic series sound director), and Tomoya Ohtani (Sonic series sound director), and guest Lyn (vocalist).



I know there is a new character reveal trailer for Guilty Gear -Strive- set for early October. Sounds like they might be announcing it on the 27th?
 
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I like Persona series a lot but If I see trailer of Persona 6 before gameplay trailer for SMTV, I'm gonna be super pissed.

I see nothing wrong with that. If SMTV is having trouble with development, why should the Persona team hold off on revealing a completely different game? So if they are doing fine with Persona 6's development, I see no issue with them doing a reveal.
 
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I see nothing wrong with that. If SMTV is having trouble with development, why should the Persona team hold off on revealing a completely different game? So if they are doing fine with Persona 6's development, I see no issue with them doing a reveal.

Because they need to get their goddamn thumbs out of their asses and deliver the game that they promised.

Persona can fucking wait.
 

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I’m not seeing SMTV or Project Re Fantasy.
The trailer for Re Fantasy and the SMT V gameplay must be lost in the same place as the Persona 5 Scramble western release. Surprised that P4 Golden hasn’t been announced for PS4 after the Steam release.
 
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I see nothing wrong with that. If SMTV is having trouble with development, why should the Persona team hold off on revealing a completely different game? So if they are doing fine with Persona 6's development, I see no issue with them doing a reveal.


Atlus needs start treating SMT series better, that series is the flag ship title for Atlus, same way Final Fantasy is for Square Enix. I need some god damn gameplay trailer for SMTV and I need it now, Persona can wait.
 

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Atlus needs start treating SMT series better, that series is the flag ship title for Atlus, same way Final Fantasy is for Square Enix. I need some god damn gameplay trailer for SMTV and I need it now, Persona can wait.

Again....different teams. SMTV had development issues, nothing can be helped about that by getting mad at Persona 6's development team considering.....their different teams. It would be like asking for Resident Evil 8 trailer to "wait" cause you want a sequel to Monster Hunter World, completely disregarding they are not the same teams.

They have no relevance to each other.

So not showing a trailer for Persona 6 is not suddenly going to make me care about SMTV if I didn't already anymore then not showing Resident Evil 8 was magically going to make someone care about Monster Hunter that didn't care about it prior to.

IfuckinghateReddit IfuckinghateReddit Nah... if that team is having issues, let them sort it out. I see no reason to hinder another games development by a completely different team.
 
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Again....different teams. SMTV had development issues, nothing can be helped about that by getting mad at Persona 6's development team considering.....their different teams. It would be like asking for Resident Evil 8 trailer to "wait" cause you want a sequel to Monster Hunter World, completely disregarding they are not the same teams.

They have no relevance to each other.

So not showing a trailer for Persona 6 is not suddenly going to make me care about SMTV if I didn't already anymore then not showing Resident Evil 8 was magically going to make someone care about Monster Hunter that didn't care about it prior to.
If they're having issues then they should be pulling from other teams to help them, not using other teams to start a new project.

SMT V is top priority and should be finished before anything else.
This^^ Persona team and even Zero studio should help out to finish SMTV.
 
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Again....different teams. SMTV had development issues, nothing can be helped about that by getting mad at Persona 6's development team considering.....their different teams. It would be like asking for Resident Evil 8 trailer to "wait" cause you want a sequel to Monster Hunter World, completely disregarding they are not the same teams.

They have no relevance to each other.

So not showing a trailer for Persona 6 is not suddenly going to make me care about SMTV if I didn't already anymore then not showing Resident Evil 8 was magically going to make someone care about Monster Hunter that didn't care about it prior to.

IfuckinghateReddit IfuckinghateReddit Nah... if that team is having issues, let them sort it out. I see no reason to hinder another games development by a completely different team.

^ This is really, really stupid and it's a good thing you're not in charge of a game company.
 

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^ This is really, really stupid and it's a good thing you're not in charge of a game company.

? Why would they hinder all other games based on the issues of 1 team? Let the team sort it out and they can move on. So not only would SMTV have issues, but Persona 6 development would be held back and hindered in the process? Doesn't really make a lot of sense my friend. We can disagree, thats ok, but no need to be saying this is stupid or that is stupid etc.

We simply disagree... Not that serious.

Danjin44 Danjin44 "Persona team and even Zero studio should help out" Don't need those games being held back, delayed, hindered etc because of 1 team. I'm sure that team can figure it out as its clear they figure out what they are going to do with it considering it did have a trailer recently.

So what ever issue they had, they figured it out.

 
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? Why would they hinder all other games based on the issues of 1 team? Let the team sort it out and they can move on. So not only would SMTV have issues, but Persona 6 development would be held back and hindered in the process? Doesn't really make a lot of sense my friend. We can disagree, thats ok, but no need to be saying this is stupid or that is stupid etc.

We simply disagree... Not that serious.

When you have a game that has a release date announced, that is first priority. How the fuck do you not understand that?

That is basic common sense.

Persona 6 can start AFTER SMT V is finished. Persona 5 Royal just came out and the Musou sequel isn't even out yet. Persona 6 does not need to be started.
 

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? Why would they hinder all other games based on the issues of 1 team? Let the team sort it out and they can move on. So not only would SMTV have issues, but Persona 6 development would be held back and hindered in the process? Doesn't really make a lot of sense my friend. We can disagree, thats ok, but no need to be saying this is stupid or that is stupid etc.

We simply disagree... Not that serious.
You do know in Nintendo Monolith Soft helped out developing Breath of the Wild. You may not care for SMT series but its important series for Atlus and Fans haven't got proper SMT for years, so in this case finishing SMTV should be Atlus's top priority.
 
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When you have a game that has a release date announced, that is first priority. How the fuck do you not understand that?

That is basic common sense.

Persona 6 can start AFTER SMT V is finished. Persona 5 Royal just came out and the Musou sequel isn't even out yet. Persona 6 does not need to be started.

The fact that they already have a release date means they are clearly on track and doing fine on their own..... Basic common sense.

Persona 6 likely started development years ago....

"Persona 5 Royal just came out" Yea...its also like those remixes and special editions you get from KH and Final Fantasy games, it doesn't actually mean the team ISN'T working on a new game as generally the ENTIRE team doesn't do those projects.

ie Persona arena, Persona Q, Persona 4 Golden on PS Vita etc all were made WHILE the team made Persona 5.... it wasn't an either or.

Danjin44 Danjin44 It already has a release window.... clearly they are on track. As to why they would suddenly need several teams to stop what they are doing to help is beyond me as clearly the game is coming out in 2021. That doesn't sound like a game that needs several teams to help em currently. Just the opposite.
 
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Holy christ, you are a level of thickness that belongs on Resetera.

They haven't shown any gameplay after 3 years.

They just finished Royal and are still working on the Musou game, so P6 development has very likely not started.

Just because you want it does not make it true.
 

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I was wondering what that "Sakura B.L.A.C.K" was - it's Sakura Revolution (Kakumei) iOS game.
Animation studio Cloverworks made a one episode length of Anime - it seems interesting.
The game itself is developed by the ones who made "Fate Grand Order" mobile game - I'm not really too familiar with Fate series (both in Anime and its games)...
There seems to be two groups of kageki dan, both with their own members.... but it's a no go for me, as I have no interest in mobile games in general. :( Somehow, I just can't get into them... and it all seems like they are trying to make you spend money on micro transactions - and I can't really think of any reason why this game won't be.

Of course, this Sakura Revolution takes place in year 2011 or so (Taisho 100 - lol that's some long living Emperor) - so it's got pretty much nothing to do with the previous generation. (And funny that the world doesn't seem to have evolved much either - like customs and how they dress - although everyone seem to have smartphones and there are modern, regular automobiles)

TBH, I am a little disappointed that I'd rather see current Shin Sakura Wars continue further down. I know their live play show is coming up, but I am not that much fan of the Sakura wars lol...

SMT III is one that I'm looking forward. Aleste Collection is.. nice but unless it contains more games in the series, I don't think I will really bother with it.
 
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I hope you are right but we got 3 fucking trailers with no gameplay.

That might simply be how they want to market it right now. They probably have a deal with Nintendo to show gameplay during a Direct or something. Doesn't mean its in trouble, simply that they want to show gameplay at a different time. Similar to what we saw from Red Dead Redemption 2's trailer or even GTAV's first trailer. Some teams like to trickle out information that way. I feel if they were really have massive trouble, they would have never given a 2021 release window or even a full trailer. It would have been some teaser or something. I think the team is on track and I don't think its much to worry about as we've seen some train wrecks over the years on releases and I don't see that with this one compared to others.

Granted, it started out that way, but since they started over again, I haven't seen anything to really worry about as this just sounds like their way of marketing it slowing before a gameplay reveal or something.

Thats how we first saw Yakuza 7 too


and then


and THEN


So for all we know, they are just marketing it this way, but I don't see much to be worried over. I think the will be fine next year.
 

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But Yakuza 7 has a demo that's out on some overseas PS Stores. I've played it via the HK store so that is just a matter of translation, not like SMT V where we've seen nothing.

smh. You really rush to argue too much..

"first saw Yakuza 7"

FIRST


You got a demo first? So all the way back 3 years ago a demo was the very first thing we got from Yakuza 7's marketing in 2017? Soooooo Yakuza 7 HAS a demo now....it did not in 2017 when the game was first announced. So yes its not like SMTV LITERALLY as Yakuza 7 is further along in development...but the point I'm making is not where Yakuza 7 is right now....its how it was marketed when it was first shown in 2017.

2017 (here is a teaser)
2019 summer here is formal trailer no gameplay, fall 2019 here is a gameplay trailer, demo release date for Japan
2020 here is a release date for the west, trailer with more gameplay etc.
 
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Jesus christ, learn to read.

I think you need that man. The comment in clear english states "Thats how we first saw Yakuza 7". So...you did not get a demo first of this game in 2017 for you response to even make any sense. Going to have to add you to the ignore list man, you either don't read or can't or try to argue about things not being argued about.

My point is not about where Yakuza 7 is RIGHT NOW in its development, marketing etc, its simply about how it was first shown.

Read...

I mean, my god...Yakuza 7 is also OUT IN JAPAN RIGHT NOW! It would be like having a response that states that, ignoring the point is about how they were first marketed, not where they currently are right now. That has NOTHING to do with the point being made.

Good thing I said "Thats how we first saw Yakuza 7" as in....thats how we first saw Yakuza 7.

Teaser 2017
trailer 2019
demo 2019
release date etc 2019

etc. Key word here champ is FIRST.
 
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Aleste Collection! There's something I hadn't heard about yet. Instant buy.
 
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Aleste Collection! There's something I hadn't heard about yet. Instant buy.

Facts. I'm holding out for some surprises. Sonic Mania 2, new Yakuza announcement, Judgement 2, Persona 1 remake, Persona 6 lol

If we get a few of those, I'll be happy. Aleste Collection is a day 1. (would want a remake of that in the future too)
 
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They just finished Royal and are still working on the Musou game, so P6 development has very likely not started.
You got some facts wrong there. P5R shipped almost a full year ago on October 31st 2019. The localization efforts by Atlus USA and other foriegn studios have no effect on the Persona dev team. Likewise, the muso game was developed by Omega Force with P-Studios only contributing the story, which we know was written before P5R's story was finalized. And even if P-Studios had a much larger role in P5S than advertised, the game shipped on February 20th. The only thing that's still being worked on is localization for a release outside of Japan, which is again not associated with P-Studios.

For what it's worth I think youre right that SMTV should be getting the spotlight here. A P6 announcement would overshadow it in the press even if it was something like the chair tease for P5. That said it is entirely possible preproduction has wrapped for P6 given the time frame since P5R. They almost certainly wouldnt have gameplay, but a concept tease is possible.
 

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Facts. I'm holding out for some surprises. Sonic Mania 2, new Yakuza announcement, Judgement 2, Persona 1 remake, Persona 6 lol

If we get a few of those, I'll be happy. Aleste Collection is a day 1. (would want a remake of that in the future too)
Well, I know 2021 is Sonic's 30th anniversary so we will probably get new game announcements early next year.

A new 3D Sonic that brings back Adventure zones would be really cool to see.
 
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No Shin Megami Tensei V or Project Re Fantasy? Looks like there isn't much to look forward to.
I love Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne, I still believe it is the best video game in existence, but new information on the two games would be nice.
 
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They still make the SMT mobile game? I would have guessed it stopped along time ago.

Can't say I'm super hyped outside of Disgaea 6 from what has been announced.
 

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No Shin Megami Tensei V or Project Re Fantasy? Looks like there isn't much to look forward to.
I love Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne, I still believe it is the best video game in existence, but new information on the two games would be nice.
Yeah, the Nocturne HD remaster looked really interesting from the trailer. I know Danjin44 Danjin44 brought it up a couple times before with the boxart and screenshots too. Shin Megami Tensei was one of the lesser-known IPs I overlooked back in the day. I had never played an Atlus game until Persona 3 FES released and really enjoyed it.
 
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Yeah, the Nocturne HD remaster looked really interesting from the trailer. I know Danjin44 Danjin44 brought it up a couple times before with the boxart and screenshots too. Shin Megami Tensei was one of the lesser-known IPs I overlooked back in the day. I had never played an Atlus game until Persona 3 FES released and really enjoyed it.
Diffidently play Nocturne HD when it comes out, it my personal favourite JRPG of all time.
 
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