Weekly Question: Which Atlus Game Would You Like to See Adapted into an Anime?


The finale of Persona 5 the Animation will be released through the 1-hour special episode “Stars and Ours” tomorrow, representing the end of Atlus’ latest game-to-anime adaptation.

So the question is, with several Atlus games having been adapted into anime over the years, which would you like to see an adaptation of? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think!

Previous Anime Adaptations

Anime adaptations (or ones based on Atlus properties) made in the past consist of the following:

AnimeAnimation StudioEpisodes / MoviesFirst Air Date
Shin Megami Tensei: Tokyo RevelationJ.C.Staff2April 21, 1995
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil ChildrenActas50October 7, 2000
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children: Light & DarkActas52October 5, 2002
Persona: Trinity SoulA-1 Pictures26January 5, 2008
Persona 4 The AnimationAIC A.S.T.A.25 (+1 OVA and 1 recap movie)October 7, 2011
Devil Survivor 2 The AnimationBridge13April 5, 2013
Persona 3 The MovieAIC A.S.T.A.4November 23, 2013
Persona 4 The Golden AnimationA-1 Pictures12 (+1 OVA)July 11, 2014
Persona 5 the Animation: The Day BreakersA-1 Pictures1September 3, 2016
Persona 5 the AnimationCloverWorks26 (+2 special episodes and 1 OVA)April 8, 2018

Catherine Consideration

Through a Q&A, a fan said they had achieved all of the endings in Catherine: Full Body, and asked what the Atlus would want to see as the ending if the game were to be adapted into an anime.

The official Studio Zero Twitter account responded with a question, wondering if it would be possible to change the ending based on votes from the viewers.

Persona 2: Another Self

A 5-minute animated promotional trailer was released for Persona 2: Innocent Sin, called “Persona 2: Another Self.” It was included in the “fan disc” for the standard and limited editions of Persona 2: Eternal Punishment in Japan on June 29, 2000.

An English subtitled version of this trailer was released in the Western release’s bonus disc on December 22, 2000.