Atlus revamps logo as SEGA officially takes over

Today is a historic day in Atlus history as the company officially becomes apart of SEGA. To commemorate the event, Atlus has changed its logo and launched a new corporate website.

In a post on the Atlus site, the company thanked its customers and assured them the company will continue to have the flexibility and freedom to continue to be the Atlus everyone knows and loves.

In February, SEGA of Japan announced that on April 1, it will split Atlus and its parent company, Index Holdings, into two separate companies. The company’s business division, which was previously ran by Index, will now be handled by Atlus.

Reports that SEGA purchased Atlus and Index Holdings for 14 billion yen were first published in mid-September 2013. In the days that followed, Atlus President and CEO Naoto Hiraoka thanked his company’s fans for their loyal support and promised them that SEGA understands their strengths in game development.

A look at the previous Atlus logo.
A look at the previous Atlus logo.

Below is a Google translated version of the Atlus message:

I would be congratulations for your your health and prosperity increasingly your company. I also Thank you for your exceptional good offices to patronage.

We are pleased to announce that we started the business of from April 1, 2014 today, Atlus (Yukio Sugino Head Office: Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Location: Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, President).

A business integration and (changed its name to the Index Corporation in December of the same year) Index Holdings in October 2010, former Altus is business continuity as a consumer software station index of consumer game business of Atlas and we have been, but as I was allowed to be reported in a press release dated 18 February leave, and it was with that play a fresh start as a corporate organization again today. Also during this time of re-starting, and brush up “ATLUS” logo, we have launched a new corporate site.

“While Have support to our customers, the manufacturing unique like Atlas, I want to continue to have the flexibility and freedom of the more” personality “Atlas, towards the era of the future for the new” ATLUS “logo We had a brush up of this time with the hope of two want more pronounced, well-honed Te, while inheriting the image so far.

● New Corporate Website URL: http://

We will continue to strive Everyone newborn as “Altus”, in order to give the world a work which adds to the expectations of everyone. Look forward to patronage which does not change in the future, thank you.

Chris Powell

Chris is the editor-in-chief of Mega Visions Magazine and the co-creator of SEGA Nerds. He was the former managing editor of Airman magazine and has written for publications like Joystiq, PSP Fanboy, RETRO magazine, among others.
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