The official Twitter account of CLIE, the production company of the upcoming stage play Persona 3: The Weird Masquerade had been posting full-length costume photos of the cast everyday since December 8. It posted the last photo yesterday, Kana Asumi as the female protagonist Kotone Shiomi. Check the photos of the full cast after the jump.
Persona 3 fans can add a new trophy to their collection, because Nendoroid Aigis is going up for pre-order. Kahotan has a lot of pictures, and you can check them out after the jump.
It's now only one week to the Dark Hour as Persona 3 The Movie #1: Spring of Birth, adapting the 2006 PlayStation 2 JRPG, opens in Japanese theaters on November 23rd. Get a look at the latest preview after the jump.
As the clock ticks towards the Dark Hour, a new visual and third preview have been revealed for the anime movie. Set to hit Japnese theaters November 23rd, the feature adapts the 2006 PlayStation 2 JRPG. Get a look after the jump.
The official site for the upcoming stage play Persona 3: The Weird Masquerade has announced the cast for the unnamed protagonist characters. The male protagonist will be played by Shouta Aoi (Ai Mikaze in Uta no Prince-sama) and the female protagonist by popular anime voice actress Kana Asumi (Yuno in Hidamari Sketch). Hit the jump for more details.
In a move not so unfamiliar for the Persona franchise, Persona 3 is making the transition to live performance in the form of a stage play called Persona 3: The Weird Masquerade. The play is set to open in the G-Rosso theatre at Tokyo Dome City in January 2014. More after the jump.
The official site for Persona 3 The Movie #1: Spring of Birth has some new information and images for the upcoming feature. Head there now and you'll be treated to a slick unveiling of a new key visual, along with some fresh character designs and a second promotional video. Check 'em out after the jump.
Aniplex updated the official website for the upcoming Persona 3 anime film with a bunch of information on the production, from staff and cast to the premiere date and, as you'll see after the jump, a promotional video.
Following the release of the first teaser earlier this year, Aniplex continues its slow build for the Persona 3 feature film adaptation by releasing the first key art for the film and confirming that the first film will be released next year. Hit the jump for the art and the info.
You don't get much more "teaser" than this, but nevertheless the first Persona 3 the Movie teaser is here to taunt everyone who's pumped to see the Atlus RPG's film adaptation. Check out the brief announcement footage that premiered after the Persona 4 film past the break!