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GameFront: Persona 4 Arena Walkthrough

GameFront: Welcome to our Persona 4 Arena walkthrough, where we’ll guide you through each character’s Arcade Mode story. Pick up types and strategies with our video guides, and figure out which out of the 13 characters will be best for you. Developed by Arc System Works with the help of Atlas, the original creators of the Persona series, the best of two worlds have been combined to create a fan-pleasing fighting game with characters from both Persona 3 and 4. Continue the story of their adventure, and take part in the TV World Tournament. Expect extremely tight and technical 2D fighting, similar to Arc System Works’ previous games BlazBlue and Guilty Gear. (Persona 4: Arena, PS3, Xbox 360)

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