In a commendable move, publisher Atlus is releasing a video series on how to play its upcoming fighting game, Persona 4 Arena. This new title is a bold departure from Persona’s traditional role-playing roots, but the gameplay looks pretty exciting.
A fighting game by Ark System... That's all I need to know in order to buy it lol!
Same here. I'm done with the Blazblue series atm i just want this game to come out.
I always wanted to try out the actual Persona series, I heard it's very good.
I am gonna beat people up with Kanji's folding chair for like ever and ever and ever.
Aksys is making this so it's a good reason to avoid it. Blazblue flopped and I'm sure this will too. I would want to have another Guilty Gear but at the same time they'll probably screw it up by shoehorning in lame Blazblue characters and adjusting the mechanics so much that it wouldn't feel like a Guilty Gear game anymore.
Yes, a game with three installments in about as many years obviously flopped. The rather inaccurate vgchartz has the series sitting at 1.67 million overall, which isn't bad at all considering it's just a three year-old franchise, and has to compete with releases from all the big names in the genre but Tekken. ... I don't know why I bother trying to give you an knowledge. It should be apparent you're just a pitiful troll.
I really feel like you shouldn't speak anymore. Making something good is a reason to avoid it? I'm thinking someone is a few sandwiches short of a picnic. Sharp as a pillow is what I would classify you as.
It looks like it's going to be fun and I know I may be asking too much but I really hope they slip in Tatsuya Suou, Lisa Silverman, Hito Shura, Serph or Raidou Kuzonoha as unlockables or at the very least as boss characters. I know Persona 3 and 4 may have catapulted the Shin Megami Tensei series to somewhat of a household name however Kazuma Kaneko's characters beforehand deserves to be properly recognized in my opinion.
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