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User Info: Kyle1022

Kyle1022
4 weeks ago#11
singhellotaku posted...
actually, looks like atlus pretty reliably makes around 4 games a year, every year, for the last decade.

They...just happen to have released one game this year so far, and have 3 announced

so...there you go.

More specifically, here's the yearly number of games their studios developed in total (NOT published)

2003: 11 games
2004: 14 games
2005: 11 games
2006: 11 games
2007: 19(!!!) games
2008: 9 games
2009: 8 games
2010: 7 games
2011: 11 games
2012: 7 games
2013: 4 games
2014: 5 games
2015: 4 games
2016: 4 games
2017: 3 games
2018: 4 games

2013 = when Sega acquired them, and that's the year their annual number of games released fell off a cliff. I could see Sega at least being a partial reason.
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User Info: BahamutBBob

BahamutBBob
4 weeks ago#12
Layton_Kyouju posted...
A Catherine remake

Port. A Catherine port. Enhanced port, but still a port. Not a remake.
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User Info: Gaia093

Gaia093
4 weeks ago#13
Yeah, Atlus' support for the console has been s***ty thus far. SMTV will probably be great, but that project's still far away. Meanwhile, there's a whole bunch of nothing.
Currently Playing: Tales of Vesperia, Cuphead.
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