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Submitted by SactoGamer 770d ago | news

Atlus releases fighting game Persona 4 Arena

Video game publisher Atlus has released Persona 4 Arena in North America for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game is a spin-off of the company's Persona series of RPGs and currently one of the best-selling fighting games of all time in Japan. (Persona 4: Arena, PS3, Xbox 360)

Skateboard  +   770d ago
Anybody who doesn't buy this #### you!!!
DanielBryan  +   770d ago
I'm not buying it because Atlus hate Europeans.They told me to fuck off first.They don't want me playing P4G,they can forget getting my money for this.Fuck off Atlus.
Skateboard  +   770d ago
Daniel calm down, when it does come out for Europe you will say YES!! YES!! YES!! YES!!! YES!! YES!!
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DivineAssault  +   770d ago
They already got my money.. The game is really fun once u learn the mechanics.. Just wish it had more characters

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