Persona 4 Features
Persona 4 Golden's PC port has one special new feature.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | It's time to get nostalgic.
These are the overlooked games that are still winners in our hearts.
With Fire Emblem: Three Houses now out, Axe of the Blood God takes a closer look at what makes good RPG romances.
The show must go on and on.
From NetHack to The Witcher 3, we celebrate the greatest RPGs throughout gaming history.
Persona 5 came close, but you can't change our hearts on this one.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD | Nadia and I discuss which Persona game deserves to be in the #9 slot in the Top 25 RPG list, and we want your thoughts, too!
Persona 4 is a decade old, and it still has a lot to celebrate.
My first foray into the Shin Megami Tensei series doubles as hellish field trip.
STARTING SCREEN | The Persona series is one that's built on deep character development, which is not a short-term anime series' strong suit.
PODCAST | We share Ni No Kuni 2 impressions and talk about ways to make RPG endings meaningful.
PODCAST | Plus the final Chrono Trigger Report and thoughts on the Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer!
And I no longer dread them.
Still clueless on the ins and outs of the Persona series? We have a primer to get you up to speed.
A few months ago Atlus released a survey asking fans what they want next from the Persona series, so we thought of our own ideas.
PODCAST: Kat, Caty, and Nadia talk Nier Automata, Mass Effect Andromeda, Chrono Trigger, and more in this massive episode of our RPG podcast.
Kat and Nadia jaw about the Final Fantasy VII remake as well as Horizon Zero Dawn, BioWare's new IP, the Switch, and of course, Persona 4 Golden.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: We discuss Bravely Second, Odin Sphere, Suikoden, and a whole lot more in the latest episode of our RPG podcast.
I can bear-ly believe it’s over!
Kat picks some of the best RPGs to play on the now relatively inexpensive PlayStation TV.
What are the fifteen best games from the past fifteen years? Here's our complete list.
Atlus' absurdly late PlayStation 2 RPG sparked a phenomenon that still persists to this day.