Atlus Has a Black Friday Sale on for Persona 4 Arena, Dragon’s Crown, Shin Megami Tensei IV and More

on November 26, 2013 11:05 PM

It seems that Atlus had to join in on the Black Friday fun, as they just announced a blow out sale of some of their top games, starting today. A full list of the games and discounts have been posted below, which include games such as Persona 4 Arena (with the DLC individually on sale), Persona 4 Arena: Ultimate Edition (which includes all the DLC), Demon’s Souls and Dragon’s Crown:

Demon’s Souls
Normally $19.99
Now $13.39
Dragon’s Crown (PS3)
Normally $49.99
Now $29.99
DLC also discounted
Dragon’s Crown (PS Vita)
Normally $39.99
Now $29.99
DLC also discounted
Droplitz
Normally $4.99
Now 99 cents
 
Game of Thrones
Normally $19.99
Now $4.99
God Mode
Normally $9.99
Now $2.99
Persona 4 Arena
Normally $29.99
Now $14.99
DLC individually discounted!
Persona 4 Arena: Ultimate Edition
Normally $44.99
Now $22.99
The U.E. Includes ALL DLC!
 
R.I.P.D.: The Game
Normally $9.99
Now $2.99
The Cursed Crusade
Normally $19.99
Now $9.99
The Testament of Sherlock Holmes
Normally $29.99
Now $19.99
Trine 2 (PS3)
Normally $14.99
Now $4.99
Zeno Clash II
Normally $14.99
Now $4.99
Odin Sphere (PSN)
Normally $9.99
Now $4.99
Stella Deus (PSN)
Normally $9.99
Now $4.99

The biggest sale is for Shin Megami Tensei IV, which has been marked down from $49.99 to $29.99–a $20 difference. SMT IV‘s DLC is also on sale and will all cost under $2. It should be noted that this sale starts on November 28th, however, making it the shortest sale of the bunch. Meanwhile the PS2 classics are on sale for just $5 each, which is absolutely stellar.

This sale lasts from today to December 3rd. All of these deals apply to both the retail and digital copy so choose which one you prefer.

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