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Latest Persona Q: Shadow Of The Labyrinth Trailers Show Persona 3 & 4 Casts Mingling On 3DS

Posted on Friday, December 20 @ 11:19:12 Eastern by


Atlus released two new Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth trailers, each focusing on a different cast, with the first (above) focusing on Persona 3's main-character and his trip back to the living. Each trailer provides new looks at gameplay and story elements, but both are in Japanese.

American fans have a long wait ahead of them, despite the smorgasbord of new Persona games announced last month, as each of these games needs to finish development and then get localized for Western audiences. That process could take months on end and while fans have gotten better at predicting when to expect Atlus games, it'll still be an un-bear-ably long wait, especially for Persona 5.



The second trailer focuses on Yu Narukami and seems to imply that fans will get to experience two sides to the Persona Q story. With so many beloved characters crammed in, will each get their moment to shine?

I'm dying to see how Yukari gets along with Yukiko or how Junpei reacts to Teddy. Obviously Mitsuru will have a big role as a Shadow-stomping queen, but it looks like the Velvet Room inhabitants will also get some time in the spotlight.

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth looks like one crowded adventure mixing Etrian Odyssey and Persona gameplay systems, but we'll continue to keep an eye out for any developments. Follow all of our Persona coverage here.

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