Here’s The Details For Atlus’ 30-Hour Persona Stream

Here are the details on that massive 30-hour stream that will include all things Persona.

It was recently revealed that developer Atlus will be running a 30-hour live stream for all things Persona on February 3rd at 11pm EST, which will include special looks at previous, current and future games in the series.

Now, the full schedule has been revealed, which will allow fans to plan when to tune into parts they are most interested in. It’s worth noting that there are a few time slots that are simply labelled “mystery”, which would be the time that I would tune in as I’d assume it would be something Persona 5 related.

February 4, 2015

13:00 – Intro
14:00 – Persona Q character exhibition
15:00 – Persona 4 Ultimax character exibition
18:00 – Persona 4 Golden Vita special
19:30 – Persona Sound 25 soundtrack special
21:30 – Persona 3 The Movie #1 and #2
23:40 – Mystery

February 5, 2015

12:30 – Mystery
13:00 – Persona Sound 25 rebroadcast
15:00 – Persona 4 Golden Vita special rebroadcast
17:00 – Mystery rebroadcast
18:00 – Final Countdown
18:30 – Persona Stalker Club extra
21:00 – Mystery

Atlus’ next major game is Persona 5, which is set to launch sometime in 2015 for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The location of the live steam that Atlus will be running can be found right here.

Sega Of America Is Downsizing

Hard times ahead for Sega.

Sega has been going though some rough times, and in an effort to save money and become as efficient as possible, they have revealed that they will be downsizing the company.

This was revealed in a letter to shareholders, where the decision was made at a board of directors meeting today to relocate from their San Francisco-based office to Southern California by Summer 2015, while also soliciting voluntary retirement to approximately 300 employees.

To add on to all of this, there will likely be some game cancellations in the near future, though what those will be is still up in the air. Sega’s last major games were the 3DS’ Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal and Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, which were both critically-panned.

PlayStation Plus Free Games February 2015 Revealed

Another awesome lineup of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

PlayStation has just revealed what free games PlayStation Plus subscribers will be getting for the month of February 2015, and the list is very impressive yet again.

Beginning February 3rd, PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download Transistor and Apotheon on PlayStation 4, Yakuza 4 and Thief on PlayStation 3, Kick & Fenneck on PlayStation Vita and Rogue Legacy across all 3 platforms.

PlayStation never disappoints with these free games with PlayStation Plus. Transistor appeared on numerous game of the year lists, while Yakuza 4 and Rogue Legacy both have strong followings in their own right. Heck, even Thief is worth a shot if you’re willing to look past the bugs. That Kick & Fenneck though… I don’t know about that one.

Xbox Live Free Games With Gold February 2015 Revealed

A nice little selection of free games for Xbox gamers next month.

February is right around the corner which means that it is time for Major Nelson to reveal what the free Games With Gold will be for the month.

For starters, Xbox One owners will be able to download #IDARB, which normally retails for $14.99. On the Xbox 360 side of things, gamers will be able to download Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons ($14.99) from February 1st through to February 15th. After that, Sniper Elite V2 ($29.99) will be downloadable from February 16th through to February 28th.

Honestly, this is a solid month for Games With Gold, though more so on the Xbox 360. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is one of the best Xbox Live Arcade games out there, while Sniper Elite V2 is a really solid sniper gaming in its own right.

#IDARB, though… eh whatever.

First ‘OlliOlli 2: Welcome To Olliwood’ Trailer Debuts

OlliOlli 2: Welcome To Olliwood now has a debut trailer.

Last year’s indie skater smash hit OlliOlli is gearing up for its sequel, OlliOlli 2: Welcome To Olliwood, and now the developers have released the very first trailer for the game. The sequel is set to feature new tricks, local multiplayer, new levels and multiple routes per course. Check out the trailer below.

OlliOlli 2: Welcome To Olliwood is developed by Roll7 for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. It’s set to launch sometime in 2015.

New ‘Theatrhythm Dragon Quest’ Screenshots Reveal Lots Of Content

The Theatrhythm series will be taking on Dragon Quest this year, so check out a brand new batch of screenshots to get hyped.

The awesome Theatrhythm series is taking the plunge into the Dragon Quest world with Theatrhythm Dragon Quest later this year on 3DS, and a new batch of screenshots shows off what this one will be bringing to the table.

These screenshots reveal a lot of what the game has to offer, and anyone who has played the excellent Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call (review here) will see that this game is following a similar formula. You have many of the Dragon Quest characters redesigned with a cutesy art style while you travel through many of the game’s locations and experience the amazing music. Check out the screenshots via the gallery below.

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Theatrhythm Dragon Quest is developed by Square Enix 1st Production Department and Indieszero exclusively for the 3DS. It’s set to launch in Japan in March of this year, though a USA release date has yet to be confirmed.

Square Enix Teases New PS4 Game ‘Project CODE Z’

A new game is in the works for the PlayStation 4, but we wont know exactly what it is until this weekend.

Square Enix is set to announce a brand new PlayStation 4 game this weekend at Tokaigi Japan Game Party 2015. The game is currently titled as Project CODE Z, though its official title will more than likely be revealed at the event. The game is set to be revealed on the publisher’s stage on Saturday, January 31st at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.

So, what ever could this mystery game be? We’ll have to wait until Saturday to find out for sure, but I know there are STILL a select few waiting on that surprise The Last Guardian announcement. The image that was released for the game shows a glimpse of a forest in the background, so take that for what it’s worth.

Forest Simulator 2015? You heard it here first, folks.