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Persona 4 Latest News - PS2

  • Publisher: Atlus
  • Genre:RPG
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  • Release Date:Dec 10, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Titles rated "Mature (M)" may be suitable for ages 17 and older. They may include more intense violence or language than products rated "Teen" as well as mature sexual themes.)
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Game Description:Note: Bonus Disc is included with purchase of this title, but not with rental.What starts as a peaceful year in the beautiful countryside spirals into a nightmare in this spellbinding murder-mystery RPG. The story of Persona 4 begins when a young man moves from the city to the country town of Inaba. Soon after, a grizzly murder occurs with no trace of who did it, how, or why. As the one crime becomes many, the newcomer and his friends are the only ones who can solve the mystery. This continuation of the Shin Megami Tensei series brings an all-new cast and is packed with story, content, action, and depth worthy of the award-winning franchise.
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Persona 4 News

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  • Persona 4 Fighting Game Gets A Trailer

    Last week was home to a deluge of news on Atlus' Persona series, including word of Persona 5, an enhanced PlayStation Vita port of Persona 4 and, most bizarrely, a 2D fighting. There's a trailer out today for that last one, which is being developed by BlazBlue and Guilty Gear studio Arc System Works. It certainly looks... sort of nuts. I never...

    Posted September 9, 2011

    Persona 4 Fighting Game Gets A Trailer
  • Persona 5, Persona Fighting Game And Persona 4 PS Vita Port Incoming

    I hope you like the Persona series, because you're about to get a LOT of it. Atlus is hard at work on no less than three different games in all, Famitsu reports (via Japanator). First up is a PlayStation Vita port of the PS2 game Persona 4. Read More?

    Posted August 31, 2011

    Persona 5, Persona Fighting Game And Persona 4 PS Vita Port Incoming
  • X-Play: 'Persona 4' Review

    So maybe you're thinking, "Man, what do I do with this PS2? Do I get rid of it? Will any good games ever come out for this system again?" I'll tell you what to do with it! You dust that puppy off, plug it in and pop in Persona 4 for a rockin' good time. Still not sure you want to jump into some PS2 RPG goodness? Watch this X-Play...

    Posted December 12, 2008| 10 Comments

    X-Play: 'Persona 4' Review
  • X-Play's Best of 2008 Awards!

    X-Play is proud to present its Best of 2008 Awards on Tuesday, December 9th, at 8PM ET. This sixth annual awards program will highlight the best in gaming throughout the year. ' "It seems commonplace to expect and find every year to improve on the one before," says Adam Sessler, Host and Managing Editor, "X-Play." "But...

    Posted December 5, 2008| 219 Comments

    X-Play's Best of 2008 Awards!
  • Persona 4 Review

    Posted: December 12, 2008

    35,821 Views | 02:22 | 29 Comments

  • X-Play Best of 2008: Best Role-Playing Game

    Posted: December 9, 2008

    9,333 Views | 01:51 | 4 Comments

  • Persona 4 Trailer

    Posted: October 30, 2008

    1,117 Views | 01:47

  • Persona 4 : The Awakening Clip

    Posted: October 7, 2008

    212 Views | 00:44

  • Persona 4 : Jiraiya Clip

    Posted: October 7, 2008

    163 Views | 00:18

 


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