On July 14th, Atlus released their fourth development blog for Project Re Fantasy: A Fool’s Journey Begins, this time talking about Warhammer miniatures.
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Katsura Hashino has confirmed, in a new 4Gamer interview, that Atlus’ Studio Zero is working on other projects besides Project Re Fantasy.
A newly published Atlus job listing suggests that their fantasy RPG, Project Re Fantasy, will be a PS4 game.
IGN visited Atlus’ Japanese offices to interview director and producer Katsura Hashino, discussing the Persona series and his new game, Project Re Fantasy.
Katsura Hashino has written a new blog post for Studio Zero, talking about the Western release of Persona 5 and the media’s different style of interviews.
Atlus Discusses Desire to Grow Within the Industry, Persona 6 Needing to Surpass Persona 5, Studio Overview
Atlus Japan recently posted a recruitment page for new positions, which includes comments from staff members who were interviewed.
USgamer has conducted an interview with Persona 5 producer and director Katsura Hashino, where he talks about aspects of the game’s creation.
Waypoint conducted an interview with Persona 5 producer and director Katsura Hashino, where he discusses the game’s production and its creative decisions.
The third part of the ongoing Project Re Fantasy development blog features scenario writer Yuichiro Tanaka writing about the studio’s entrance.
New Project Re Fantasy concept art has been released through a creator highlight video from Toco Toco TV featuring Katsura Hashino.