Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth News






  • News Atlus Releases Two New Persona Q Character Trailers

    Name those archetypes

    Atlus recently released two new trailers for its upcoming dungeon-crawling Nintendo 3DS title Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, featuring two of the game's characters from previous titles in the Persona series. Persona 3's noted puddle of angst Shinjiro Aragaki gets a dark and brooding minute finished with a rousing electric...

  • News NES-Themed Nintendo 3DS XL On The Way as GameStop Exclusive

    Smash Bros. and Persona Q 3DS XL models also confirmed

    While Japanese gamers are already gearing up for the New Nintendo 3DS models, gamers in the West need to wait until 2015 — that means that some special bundles of the existing hardware will arrive in time for the Holiday season. Confirmed by Nintendo of America at a GameStop conference and now...

  • News Atlus Showcases P3 and P4 Heroes in Persona Q

    Premium Edition also confirmed for North America

    Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is aiming to be a tasty mashup of Etrian Odyssey with themes and characters from Persona 3 and Persona 4. Atlus today has released videos featuring the main heroes from both P3 and P4, complete with their English voice acting. P3 Hero is in the top video, while P4...




  • News Famitsu Displays Some Etrian-inspired Elements of Persona Q

    Mapping and mega monsters in the mix

    Atlus is not hiding the fact that its upcoming 3DS title, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, will mix in gameplay elements from its other portable saga series, Etrian Odyssey. Now, thanks to a teaser from this week's issue of Famitsu, a couple of these elements have been brought into further light. According to...



  • Video Persona Q Website Unveils Two More Characters

    We really can't wait to get started on this one

    We've had a look at the official Persona Q: Shadow of Labyrinth website a few times before, and now we drop back in just as Atlus releases videos focussing on Persona 3's Shinjiro Aragaki and Persona 4's Yukiko Amagi. They may struggle to even hit the one minute mark, but as they're almost entirely...