Devil Survivor 2 anime adaptation coming next year

Dec 07 // Elliot Gay

Oh snap!

Fans of devils and post apocalyptic anime rejoice! Atlus' Devil Survivor 2 will be getting a TV anime adaptation in the Spring of 2013. At the helm of the project is Seiji Kishi, who most folks will remember for his directorial work on Persona 4: The Animation. Other staff members include Yoshimichi Hirai (AD), Makoto Uezu (Series Composition), and Kotaro Nakagawa (Music). Studio Bridge (2nd key animation on many titles) will be handling production duties.

I can't help but think that this is all building up toward an announcement of an up-port of Devil Survivor 2 for the 3DS. It seems like Atlus wants DS2 to be back in the public's eye, what with a manga also currently running in magazines. 

We really liked Devil Survivor 2 here at Japanator, so this is good news. Anybody else out there looking forward to Devil Survivor 2: The Animation?

[via Hachima]


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