Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth DLC includes four sub-Personas, five navigator voices

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth will receive multiple DLC packs to help you customise your dungeon-crawling experience.


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  • Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth DLC includes four sub-Personas, five navigator voices

    Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth will receive multiple DLC packs to help you customise your dungeon-crawling experience.

  • Anime games take center stage in latest PlayStation Store sale

    Anime or anime style games such as Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, One Piece, Persona and more are on sale through European end of the PlayStation Store this week. Not a fan of the genre? Don’t worry. There are other offerings as well in the Deals of the Week category.

  • Persona 5 announced for PS4

    Big fan news from Tokyo this morning: Persona 5 is to be release on PS4.

  • Mechanical maiden Labrys stars in latest Persona 4 Arena Ultimax trailer

    Persona 4 Arena Ultimax has a new trailer available, starring playable character Labrys, the anti-shadow suppression weapon and mechanical lady from from Persona 4 Arena. It’s below. The PlayStation 3 version of the fighter sequel will release in Japan on August 28, and is heading west as well for both PS3 and Xbox 360 – […]

  • Persona announce of some kind expected this week

    Persona fans should keep an eye out towards the end of the week, as developer Atlus has promised “super important” news.

  • Persona 4 Vol. 2 spotted, new teaser video out as Atlus confirms major announcement on Sunday

    Persona fans sit up and take notice: another update suggests Japanese developer Atlus is finally ready to reveal the next game in the much-praised RPG series.

  • Atlus CEO issues statement explaining Sega acquisition, read it here

    Atlus CEO Naoto Hiraoka has issued a statement following Sega’s acquisition of the company, along with its stable of IP, including the hugely popular Persona series. Read it here.

  • Persona videos being taken off Youtube by Russian sketch actress

    Over the last couple of days video Let’s Plays, gameplay clips and even the soundtracks of Persona games have been taken down off Youtube due to copyright claims of a channel alledgedly owned by a Russian sketch comedian and news presenter.

  • Catherine and Persona art books release digitally on PSN Japan

    Catherine and Persona have both received the eBook treatment on Sony’s PlayView app in Japan, along with a third book dedicated to the works of artist Shigenori Soejima. All three books feature plenty of finished art, early concepts and insight from their creators. Check out pricing and screens below.

  • Atlus tease suggests western release for Persona 4 fighter

    You don’t need Sherlock skills to guess the solution to this mystery.

  • Persona series hits 1.65 million sales in Japan

    According to information released by Atlus parent company Index Holding, the Persona series as a whole has sold 1.65 million units in Japan alone. The Persona development team, following work on Catherine earlier this year, is working on Persona 5 while going Persona 4 mental: a Vita re-release of the PS2 original will appear next […]

  • Atlus’ yearly earnings supported by Catherine sales and Persona series

    Index, the firm which owns Atlus, has reported sales of ¥22,934 million for the period of September 1, 2010 through August 31, 2011.

  • Persona 4 announce teased

    A tease in a Japanese magazine has added weight to speculation a Persona 4 Portable announce is imminent.

  • New Atlus teaser site hints at something Persona related

    Atlus has opened a new teaser site in Japan, but not much else. The site contains the URL with a yellow background and Persona-style front. By the by, Persona 4 was heavy on the yellow. Are we about to see Persona 4 Portable announced? Considering the past three games in the series have now […]

  • Atlus holding 50 percent off PSN sale

    Atlus is hosting its 50 percent off sale for PlayStation Network.

  • Atlus holding PSN sale, includes Persona, Persona 3 PSP

    Atlus has announced it’s holding a special sale on PSN for some of its PSP games.

  • Atlus “dissolved” by parent company

    Persona publisher Atlus is no more. Sort of.

  • Persona PSP’s digital release delayed in North America

    Atlus just sent over a note telling us that Persona PSP’s digital release won’t be making its originally scheduled date. Instead, it’ll be ready to go a week after the game’s September 22 retail release. “While we’d previously announced that a digital version would be available at launch (on 9/22) along with the retail UMD […]

  • Persona 3 coming to PSP

    The remake for the first game is not even out the door yet for the PSP and they seem to have skipped 2, yet Atlus are porting Persona 3 for the PSP from the PS2 – that’s according to the latest issue of Famitsu. There’s not much there in the way of info except that […]

  • Persona to launch simultaneously on PSN and at retail

    Atlus has announced that Shin Megami Tensei: Persona will launch simultaneously on both PSN and in stores September 22 for $40. The 1997 remake has a reworked interface, fully localized script, voice work exclusive to the North American release, an expanded soundtrack and faster battles. PSP version features some balance adjustments and new animated sequences […]

  • New Persona teased in latest Famitsu

    The latest Famitsu’s got a mysterious ad for a new Persona title, as spotted by Gamekyo. That’s it. New game for next gen consoles? Likely. More soon. Thanks, Blerk.

  • Shin Megami Tensei: Persona gets fall date for North America

    Atlus announced today via a lovely mailer that Shin Megami Tensei: Persona for PSP will be released in North America this fall. The remake has a completely redone localization along with content never before seen in the US. Gameplay enhancements and additions have also been added to the RPG, as well as a two-disc soundtrack. […]

  • Persona gets PSP intro video, looks good

    Japan will get Persons for PSP in just 12 days, and to celebrate, Atlus has released the remake’s intro video – which is great, aside from the music. Reminds us of the title track to an 80s ski-movie. Watch it below.

  • New Persona PSP trailer released

    There’s a new Persona PSP trailer after the break, showing gameplay and cutscenes. Chances are you already know if you’re going to be getting this, but it doesn’t hurt to look. So do. Thanks, Destructoid. It’s out in the US this year.

  • Persona remake to launch in US this year

    Atlus just confirmed that its PSP remake of Persona will launch in the US in 2009. That’s it. It’s out this autumn. We’re not sure, but it’s likely you’re going to be whistling for it, Europe. Press release through the link. Thanks, Hunam.

  • Four new Persona PSP movies appear

    After the break. The RPG remake ships in Japan in April, and there’s no news of this coming west. There’s no voice acting in the game at all, from the look of it, so an English translation for the US isn’t the most ridiculous thing to imagine. Take a look. From Siliconera, via Destructoid.

  • PSP Persona not a port, but not a remake either

    We’re pretty sure it’s still a game, though – and by the looks of things, a damn good one. Siliconera opened up their Nihongonomicon and gave us the scoop. According to a translated listing from Japanese retailer Rakuten, Persona’s PSP edition will include new animated movies, a soundtrack rearranged by Persona 3’s composer, and new […]

  • Persona PSP trailer released

    After the break. It includes combat, exploration and butterflies. The Atlus PSP remake was confirmed in Famitsu earlier this week. It’s out on April 29 in Japan.

  • Original Persona coming to PSP

    According to the latest Famitsu, Atlus is working on he verge of releasing a tremake of the original Persona for PSP. Persona is a “complete remake” of the 13 year-old PlayStation game. It has more save points, difficulty options and new cutscenes. It’s out in Japan on April 29. More on Kotaku.