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For those of you into competitive fighting games especially anything made by Arc Systems (i.e. Blazblue, Guilty Gear, or Persona 4 Arena), you probably know about the Arc Revolution Cup coming up this Sunday in Yokohama.
Two volumes of a new Persona 4 The Golden drama CD or “dorama” CD series are planned, to be released in March and April 2013 respectively.
Famitsu today shared a number of sample images from the A4-sized Persona 4 Arena artbook, which is slated to hit bookstores in Japan September 26. Not only does the artbook contain many of the original illustrations for the fighting game… Read More »
You’ve played the Persona 4 RPG. You’ve played the Persona 4 fighting game. Now play Persona 4 The Card Battle, a social game for smartphones and feature phones that Atlus announced today.
Jiraiya (Yosuke’s Persona) and Izanagi no Ookami (the evolved form of Yu Narukami’s Izanagi) from Persona 4, and Fatal Fury’s Terry Bogard are the next in line to receive Bandai’s D-Arts movable-parts PVC figure treatment.
Over the past weekend, Square Enix announced at a Lord of Vermillion national tournament in Japan that the next version of the game, to be released in arcades there Autumn 2012, would feature guest characters from the Persona series –… Read More »
Tell the world which character you “main” in Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena with these iPhone 4/4S cases from maker Dezaegg. 13 designs are available in all, each corresponding to a different fighter.
And if you do have a copy of Persona 4 Arena, come on in and join the SGCafe Mayonaka Arena Investigation Team (list of players’ PSN IDs)! Max out your Social Links!
The official Persona publicity blog announced today that Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena (also known as “Persona 4 Arena” in the West), due to be released in Japan and Asia this Thursday, will be adapted into a manga… Read More »
Last week we ran a piece that discussed the possibility of Persona 3′s Fuuka Yamagishi being featured in Persona 4 Arena (Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena in Japan and Asia).