Persona 4 Golden Fashion Collection is a Great Blend of the Title’s Retro Aesthetic

Persona 4 Golden Fashion Collection is a Great Blend of the Title’s Retro Aesthetic

Insert Coin strikes gold again with an amazing line of Persona 4 Golden themed clothing, including hoodies, shirts, and jackets.

Insert Coin, who’s already released an excellent line of Persona 5 themed clothing, has debuted a new collection featuring merchandise from Persona 4 Golden. And this collection — made up of Yasogami High themed hoodies, jackets, and shirts — is just as stunning and high quality, which you can see in the gallery below. If you’re interested, check out the fashion line for yourself through the official Insert Coin site here:

Atlus and Sega have been considering porting their library over to the PC platform for a while, but thanks to the success of Persona 4: Golden earlier this year, it seems as though the publisher is poised for a renewed interest in PC. “Going forward, we intend to aggressively promote the porting of previously launched titles to Steam and other new platforms,” Sega said in an accompanying statement with the financial results. “Under such direction, we would like to take multi-platform rollout in account and prepare the PC version and others from the start.”

Just last month, Atlus West announced that the PC port of the popular JRPG title hit the 500,000 player mark. To commemorate the occasion, series character designer Shigenori Soejima drew an adorable sketch of some of the main character.

As a heavily expanded and refined release of the original game, Persona 4 Golden considered one of the most acclaimed JRPGs of the past decade. But unfortunately despite its critical praise the game, which launched back in 2012, was essentially trapped on the poorly-received and ill fated PS Vita. This had the effect of limiting the potential audience. And for the longest time, Golden stayed there, even though the Vita was increasingly fading out of the picture as the years went by and fans were consistently vocal in wanting to see a port or remaster of the game — and other Atlus favorites — on other platforms.

During the PC Gaming Show earlier this year, eight years after its initial launch, Golden was announced and released for the PC the same day via Steam, finally freeing it up from the Vita. This also offered a small but encouraging hope that Atlus is becoming more open to porting its existing titles to PC. If you’re interested in reading a more opinionated take on Persona 4 Golden‘s PC iteration, be sure to also check out our review of the port.