Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth has a North American release date — November 25. Let's celebrate the upcoming star-studded 3DS dungeon crawler by dancing along to its opening movie.
I love Persona 3 and Persona 4. They are easily among my favorite JRPGs. So a game that mixes together the characters of both games in an all new adventure seems right up my alley—which it is for the most part. But when it comes down to it, Persona Q lives or dies based on how much you enjoy being pandered to.
New Persona series spin-off Persona Q has a fair number of elements that are a direct throwback to the first video game RPGs. But instead of reminding me directly of those, the first thing it brought to my mind was the first online game I ever played way back in the mythical year of 1991.
Have you been wondering what a game filled with cute versions of your favorite Persona 3 and 4 characters plays like? Well wonder no longer. We’ve got you covered.
I played a lot of Persona Q this past weekend, but let me say, I loved every moment I spent in battle—though not because of the (perfectly adequate) battle system. What I really loved was the game's awesome battle theme.
I’m a pretty big fan of Persona 3 and 4—especially of their dark color palette and creepy visuals. So, if you would have told me a year ago I would love the chibi character designs of Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, I never would have believed you. …But they’re just so cute!
Sneaky sneaky, Atlus, spreading your preorder/early adopter bonus across two games. Fans who pick up this fall's Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth for the 3DS get the second half of a set of Persona 4-themed tarot cards. The first half? That's the fightin' half.
Want to watch Richard Eisenbeis play some Persona Q in Japanese? Well then, you're in luck. He's doing that right now over on Twitch. (Stream finished)
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, the latest game in Atlus' popular Persona franchise, comes out on the 3DS in Japan today, and the developers want people to be considerate.
Why are the characters in Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth so tiny? So you can fit more of them on the battlefield at once.
Upcoming spin-off title Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is getting its own emblazoned 3DS XL. This is it.