- Colbert Bump: The "controversy" resulting from the below-mentioned article unwittingly caused the game's popularity to go through the roof. No Such Thing as Bad Publicity, indeed.
- Despite the notoriety and infamy the game has garnered in some Western countries, it sold out in Japan almost immediately upon release. While the Japanese themselves have commented on the art style, much of it was mostly poking fun at how big of a stir it caused outside the country.
- Dear Negative Reader: When Kotaku's Jason Schreier posted a scathing article denouncing the crazy proportions of the female characters, lead designer George Kamitani responded with this classy piece of artwork.◊
- This also overlaps with both Take That! and Values Dissonance, since the image is a parody of how Americans and some Western players like their characters in their games.
- Development Hell: Originally announced for a Spring 2012 release, before original publisher Igniton backed out and new publisher Atlus announced it actually wouldn't be ready till late 2013. The game was finally released in the U.S. in August 2013.
- Name's the Same: This game features a goddess named Althena, who is not to be confused with the other Goddess Althena.
- Talking to Himself: If you control the Wizard, him and Rannie sound the same; both are voiced by Yuri Lowenthal.
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