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Classic Characters, New Story!: Persona Q has an all-new adventure that pulls in the classic characters from Persona 3 and Persona 4.

First Persona title ever to be on a Nintendo platform: Users will roam through a 3D labyrinth and use the system's touchscreen to chart their course, marking dangers, treasures, and more along the way.

More of what Persona Fans Want...: One of the most popular aspects of the Persona games are the stories behind the characters, and Persona Q provides new depth and insight on two games' worth of beloved characters!

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Posted by Morgan Sleeper

Mapping your psyche

Atlus’ Megami Tensei series has been an RPG institution for over two decades, but to Western audiences it’s perhaps best known in connection with a numbered pair of revolutionary PlayStation 2 titles: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 and Shin Megami...

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User Comments (10)

Leafgreenmary

#4

Leafgreenmary said:

Same here, I am new to both these games. But you hear about Persona so often that it's hard not to want to delve in and find out why it's such a hit.

inukun7

#5

inukun7 said:

if you want to try something of the same vain and not pick up a new system pick up SMT IV (Shin Megami Tensai IV) for the 3ds. SMT is the parent franchise to the Persona series and will give you a decent taste of the combat style and game mechanics.

BlueNitrous

#6

BlueNitrous said:

I'd definitely want to get this, but there's already so many games I want coming out...maybe I'll end up getting this.

greeeco

#8

greeeco said:

I really want to get this but $50 for the regular edition is a bit much. Anyone know why this is?

ashlyquin

#9

ashlyquin said:

My son plays this game and swears by his life that this game is "IT"........ Personally, I love SMT IV......

ashlyquin

#10

ashlyquin said:

My son plays this game and swears by his life that this game is "IT"........ Personally, I love SMT IV......

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