OPINION: How ATLUS Dropped the Ball with the Release of Persona 5

Thursday, April 13th, 2017

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Disclaimer: The opinion in this article is that of the author, and not that of Operation Rainfall as a whole.

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Persona 5 released earlier this week in the west however its release left me with a bad taste in my mouth.

From losing the casual buyers to treating their users like criminals I have given three points ATLUS could improve on for further releases.


Will ATLUS take these points into consideration or will they just shrug?

For more information on Persona 5’s stream restrictions, you may be interested in our other opinion piece, Persona 5’s Video Restrictions Puts A Ball And Chain On Content Creators.

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