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Atlus has recently put a survey out, which asks fans what they would like to see from them in the future. Questions include things ranging from how many titles fans purchased that year, how many of them they enjoyed, how many consoles they own, and, most noticeably, what people would like to see from the Persona series going forward. These questions consist of queries of if there is interest spin-offs like a Persona 5 fighting game, a Persona 3 or Persona 5 dancing game, a sequel or a port of Persona Q, HD remakes for the first 3 Persona titles, a definitive version of Persona 5 with new additions (like Persona 4 Golden), sequels to non-Persona games like Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE, Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse, SMT Devil Survivor, and numerous other Atlus published games. There’s even one asking if fans would be interested in a Persona-themed First Person Shooter game!

While there are a lot of wacky inclusions on the survey, it does appear that Atlus has a lot of potential ideas on the table, and are very interested in consumer input. If you desire for your opinion to be heard, now is the perfect chance. At the end of the questionnaire, it asks what platform people want to see their games appear on as well, having options for mobile, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and the upcoming Nintendo Switch.

You can take the survey here, and although it’s entirely in Japanese, you can use Google Translate to complete it in just about 25-30 minutes. The survey will be active until February 7, after which it will no longer be available to take.

Atlus has previously revealed that they plan to announce a number of new titles in 2017, not to mention that they’ve already shown off some games that are currently in development, such as the new Shin Megami Tensei game for Nintendo Switch and Project Re Fantasy.

What would you like to see Atlus do going forward? Share your thoughts in the comments below!


Krista Noren

Staff Writer

I'm a part-time writer, and a full-time gamer! I've been playing video games since I got my Sega Genesis with Sonic when I was 3 years old. Currently a college student hoping to become a professional writer one day.


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