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Submitted by nrvalleytime 538d ago | review

Review: Persona 4: Arena (darkzero)

"You have to hand it to Atlus. Originally released on the PS2, Persona 4’s critical acclaim in both the East and West quickly gave rise to a slew of marketing spin-offs, including an anime series and movie, mangas and novels, and even a live stage performance in Japan. Eventually, the game itself saw a re-release as an expanded PS Vita port under the title Persona 4: Golden, which as of this writing remains the Vita’s one and only killer app. With all other avenues exhausted, it was only a matter of time before Atlus would take the next logical step with their increasingly popular Persona series." (Persona 4: Arena, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

Donnieboi  +   538d ago
So it finally came to EU?

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