Xbox: will Atlus games arrive on Microsoft consoles?

Xbox: will Atlus games arrive on Microsoft consoles?

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Could Atlus also start developing games for Xbox in the future? There is still no official confirmation on this but the new survey by the development team (in collaboration with SEGA) would seem to open up to this possibility. In fact, every year, the Japanese developer launches a questionnaire to the public, to find out their preference towards the target platforms of the titles. For the first time ever, the console family produced by Microsoft has also appeared.

The survey asks if players would like to see some of the key Atlus franchises, such as the Persona series, Shin Megami Tensei, Etrian Odyssey and many others on Xbox too. This is a very important opening, given that in recent history the developer has decided to publish his games on Sony consoles such as PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, PC (like the recent arrival of Persona 5 Striker) and of course Nintendo Switch but has ignored in fact all the efforts of the Redmond giant in the gaming sector. There had been something of an opening in the past, with the release of some titles (including Catherine on Xbox 360 and two spin-offs of Persona 4) but it never materialized into a long-term collaboration.

Clearly the history of Xbox in Japan is not the happiest. Many will remember the efforts of Phil Spencer and more generally of the gaming division of Microsoft to try to enter the market of the Rising Sun. Some were more or less a success, such as Blue Dragon, while others turned out to be a real defeat like the now famous cancellation of Scalebound. Any public interest in Atlus games could be a very important assist to the brand and it is therefore not excluded that in the near future it will be possible to witness a more regular publication of the games on Redmond services and consoles.

However, we will ask the question to you: would you be happy to see the most famous Atlus series also be published on Xbox in the near future? Let us know yours by leaving a comment on this news!

If you missed Persona 5, you can easily retrieve it (at a great price) on Amazon.





Xbox Series X Restock Updates for Amazon, GameStop, Best Buy, Target and More

Microsoft © Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty Microsoft's Xbox Series X and Series S consoles at an electronics store in Tokyo on November 10, 2020. The Xbox Series S is currently available to buy at numerous retailers but the Series X is currently sold out everywhere.

Four months after launching in November the Xbox Series X remains frustratingly elusive, but gamers can at least get their hands on the Xbox Series S.


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Microsoft's next-gen console has been back in stock for a number of weeks and at the time of writing remains available at several retailers.


Here's a breakdown of the latest stock information from those retailers, plus Newegg and Walmart.

Amazon Xbox Series X Restock

At the time of writing, the Xbox Series S is available from selected sellers on Amazon, with prices starting at $439.99.


The Series X is out of stock after being restocked in February. The website has yet to indicate when it will release more units.


Check Xbox Series X restock at Amazon.

Antonline Xbox Series X Restock

Both versions of the next-gen Microsoft console remain unavailable at Antonline after a Series S restock sold out quickly last month.


The retailer has previously indicated via its Twitter account that it aims to make a limited number of consoles available every week and has so far lived up to its promise.


Check Xbox Series X restock at Antonline.

Best Buy Xbox Series X Restock

At the time of writing, the Xbox Series S is available for $299.99 with Xbox All Access and as part of several bundles. These include the Xbox Series S plus a three-month Xbox Game Pass membership for $329.98, or the console with an extra controller for $349.98.


A bundle including the console, an extra controller and a three-month Xbox Game Pass membership is available for $379.97.


The Xbox Series X, however, remains out of stock.


Check Xbox Series X restock at Best Buy.

GameStop Xbox Series X Restock

GameStop made a limited number of Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S bundles available last week, but the consoles have since sold out.


Gamers wanting updates on console availability should also follow Twitter accounts such as @Wario64 and @GYXdeals.


Check Xbox Series X restock at GameStop.

Newegg Xbox Series X Restock

At the time of writing, the Xbox Series S is available at Newegg for $489.95, while the Xbox Series X remains out of stock.


Newegg members can sign up online to be notified of the next restock.


Check Xbox Series X restock at Newegg.

Target Xbox Series X Restock

The Xbox Series X and Series S are out of stock at Target, which sold out of its latest restock of Series S last week.


Each time the retailer has released the consoles, they have only been available online, with drive-up or pick-up collection once the order had been placed. There was also a limit of one console per customer.


Check Xbox Series X restock at Target.

Walmart Xbox Series X Restock

The Series X and Series S are still out of stock at Walmart after the retailer's latest restock sold out last week.


Gamers wanting to keep up with Walmart stock updates can sign up at its website.


Check Xbox Series X restock at Walmart.


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