Several new Persona-related domain names have been registered recently by Ryu’s Office, a Japanese marketing company, for Atlus. The two companies have worked together since Persona 3. The list of domains registered include: P3D.jp P5AG.jp P5D.jp P5R.jp P5U.jp Persona-Dance.jp PQ2.jp While there isn’t much indication as to what the domains exactly mean or what they’ll be used for, one can guess as to what they might mean. Both P3D and P5D could be part of the Dancing series of Persona games, Persona-Dance could be a central website for all of the Persona Dancing series games, P5U might mean Persona 5 Ultimax, and PQ2 could be the sequel to 2014’s Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. We might have to wait until the company’s big Persona concert scheduled for August 2 at Yokohama, Japan, to find out more about what the company’s plans are for the Persona franchise this and the next couple of years. In the meantime, read our Persona 5 review here. [Source: Gematsu] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
[embedded content] One of the best things about Persona 5 is its amazing music. And Atlus has just announced that the complete 110-track Persona 5 soundtrack is now available on iTunes. The soundtrack, which is composed of three albums, is priced at only $29.99 on iTunes, which is a pretty good deal considering the number of tracks included as well as the sheer quality of the music. Whether the soundtrack will be available on other platforms is still unknown. Atlus has also released two new pieces of free DLC for Persona 5, both of which are now available for download on the PS Store. Both pieces of DLC are car stickers for the game’s Mona-car. The first one is a “Persona 20th Anniversary Logo Morgana Sticker” while the second one is a “Phantom Thieves Logo Morgana Car Sticker.” Additionally, a new Accolades Trailer for Persona 5 has been published on the PlayStation YouTube channel which shows off not only the game but also some of the reviews the game has gotten. Read our own review of Persona 5 here. [Source: iTunes via Atlus USA (Twitter), PlayStation (YouTube), PS Store (1, 2)] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!