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Persona 4: Golden Heading To Vita On November 20

Posted on Friday, September 21 @ 10:01:42 PST by

November 20. You've got the date. The wait may now commence.

Just as a reminder, Persona 4: Golden is a port of one of the best JRPGs in the last decade, Persona 4 on PS2, and comes to the Vita with a deck of enhancements.

The player can now sneak out at night whenever Uncle Dojima is busy doing detective work (and making Nanako sad at home), which by his own admission is very often. This means new conversations and new part-time night jobs.

Very easy and very hard difficulties have been added, along with the ability to fast forward through cutscenes and dialogue. Load times are about three seconds shorter and more fish have been added to the pond.

Though there is no Japanese language option and the Solid Gold Premium Edition have all been taken, Persona 4 will not be region-locked.
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