If you've got a PlayStation 3 and have been waiting around for Persona 4 Arena to be available as a download, the wait is almost over! It's been available to download on Xbox 360 for a while, and now Sony is joining the party with the addition of Arc System Works' Persona fighter to PlayStation Network. More after the jump.
With Persona 4: Arena hitting Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on August 7 in North America, now's the perfect time to continue preparing for battle. The second in a series of tutorial collaborations between Atlus and Cross Counter TV is here to drop the knowledge, so start studying after the jump.
Atlus teamed up with Cross Counter to present a whoppin' 17-minute tutorial for Arc System Works' fighter Persona 4: Arena, starting with the basics and fundamentals. Dig in after the jump!
Want to see Madhouse's work on the opening to Persona 4: Arena? Look no further, and prepare to sing and dance along with the newly released video past the break!
Now that the dust has settled from Atlus' comments on on the region locking of Persona 4: Arena, we can get back to checking out clips of the Arc System Works-developed fighter in action. The video after the jump concerns "The Beast in Heat," Teddie, who rocks opponents with his decoy, Bearscrew attack, Teddivision, and more!
PlayStation 3 games are typically region-free, so players have had no trouble importing in the past. However, Persona 4: Arena will be region-locked, and some fans did not take kindly to this news. In fact, the reaction was large and loud enough to spur Atlus to release an official statement on the matter. See what they had to say past the break.
Despite fighting being its bread and butter, Arc System Works' Persona 4 Arena does have a story to tell. The latest Japanese trailer focuses on that aspect, with a dash of action thrown in for good measure. Video past the break!
Ahead of the August 7th release of fighting game spin-off Persona 4 Arena, Atlus USA has posted the move demos for six combatants, which is worth seeing for the awesome character nicknames alone. Get a look after the jump.
The first Persona 4 Arena tutorial was simply for learning the basics of the Arc System Works-developed fighter, but now it's time to get serious. Move over Teddie and Rise Kujikawa, because Mitsuru Kirijo is here to teach us some more advanced mechanics and strategies after the break!
Atlus had already hinted at a localization for Persona 4 The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena, and a press release today confirms it. The fighter will be making its way to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in North America this summer as Persona 4 Arena. Screens and more past the break.
If the location test footage of Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena wasn't enough for you, the game's official site has been updated with a gang of quick clips showing off the fighter's special moves. Take notes after the jump.
Not long after the reveal of new characters for the long-awaited Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena fighting game, the first location test footage and movelists for the currently known characters have surfaced. Hit the jump for all of the details.
Last week we mentioned the addition of Persona 3's Akihiko Sanada and Mitsuru Kirijo to the upcoming fighter, Persona 4 The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena, and now we have pics of them both in action. See for yourself after the jump!
Two more popular characters from Persona 3 have been added to the roster for the forthcoming Persona 4: The Ultimate In Mayonaka Arena arcade fighting game. Hit the jump to find out who they are and what costumes they'll be given to celebrate their addition.