NIS America is thrilled to announce its plans to partner with ATLUS, a brand of Index Digital Media, Inc., to publish Persona®4 Golden™ in Europe. The game will be available 22nd February 2013 for the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system. Persona 4 Golden is an enhanced and extended version of the highly acclaimed, award-winning RPG Shin Megami Tensei®: Persona®4. It offers beautifully remastered visuals, 1.5 times the amount of voiced dialogue of the original release, and a new online dungeon rescue feature. Persona 4 Golden also offers a massive amount of new content-new Personas, new story events with an all-new character, striking new anime cutscenes, and much more! More information will be available on NISAmerica.com soon.
While Vita owners in Japan and North America have had time to plow through Persona 4 Golden, fans in Europe have been left waiting. That wait's almost over, though, as NIS America partnered with Atlus to publish Persona 4 Golden in Europe, with a date locked for February 22. Read on for more.
There's indirect humble bragging and there's straight up boasting, and Atlus isn't afraid to do the latter when it comes to the critical success of Persona 4 Golden on PS Vita. Dig the brief trailer past the jump for a look at some of the spruced-up portable RPG's many critical achievements.
Consider this a final explosion of content building up to the November 20 release of Persona 4 Golden on PlayStation Vita. Atlus just uploaded a bunch of gameplay clips, ranging from extras like difficulty settings to battle clips and more. Enjoy a leisurely Friday of Persona 4 video watching after the jump!
We're now less than a month away from the North American release of Persona 4 Golden, so Atlus has unleashed a full trailer to stoke everyone's fire for the enhanced PS Vita port. Get a load of a bunch of anime cutscenes, characters, and gameplay clips after the jump.
Atlus' North American release of Persona 4 Golden is ready to hop on PS Vita on November 20, and the publisher is keen on showing off the new features that make it worth buying for both newcomers and those who have already played P4. Have a look at the enhancements that await after the jump.
The last update we got on Persona 4 Golden on PS Vita involved a look at the Solid Gold Premium Edition, which is limited to 10,000 units. Now Atlus has revealed a North American release date of November 20, accompanying the announcement with some fresh screens and the final rated box art. More after the jump!
Atlus already showed off the PS Vita skin you get through pre-ordering Persona 4 Golden, but something even more limited is on the way. Persona 4 Golden: Solid Gold Premium Edition packs a handful of bonus items, and is limited to only 10,000 units, so Atlus is encouraging fans to pre-order. Pics and more past the break!
Persona 4 Golden is on its way to North America this fall, and Atlus wants to make sure you have means to protect your PS Vita as you whittle away countless hours in the enhanced port. Those who pre-order the RPG will get a Persona 4 Golden-themed protective Vita skin, along with eight exclusive matching wallpapers featuring different characters. Pics past the break!
At the risk of being accused of carrying around a banana phone, next month you'll be able to pick up an iPhone 4/4S Deza Jacket with the yellow motif and characters of Persona 4: The Golden. Get a look after the jump.
PS Vita port Persona 4: The Golden hits Japan this week and apparently Atlus was very determined the ensure that this fact should be obvious from any glance at an Akihabara street. Get a look at the district decked out in yellow after the jump.
This may not be nearly as beefy as the Persona 4: The Golden opening, which Atlus posted online last month, but perhaps this 15-second burst of advertising—featuring former Momoiro Clover Z member Sumire Fujishiro—will quench your Saturday P4 thirst. Video past the break!
Atlus sent out a press release early this morning announcing the enhanced PS Vita port of Persona 4 for North America. Bump the jump for more info!
Atlus' latest trailers for the PlayStation Vita port of Persona 4 offer two distinctly different looks at the game: "serious" and "pop." Dig into the darker and lighter sides of P4 past the break.