To the relief of fighting fans everywhere, Atlus has confirmed that Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold will be released for the PS3 in Japan. I write this excitedly, although I’m sure most of us are
Udon is working their art-book magic on one of the best reviewed fighters of the last few years, - and one of my personal favorite video games of all time - Persona 4: Arena. They've revealed a
Atlus is keeping the Persona 4: Arena hype high with a steady stream of new videos and screenshots. Today they've released three new move videos for the characters Mitsuru Kirijo, Akihiko Sanada and Aigis. Akihiko looks speedy
Atlus has released a new Japanese trailer for the upcoming fighting game Persona 4: Arena. The trailer focuses on the game's Story mode, and it shows various clips from some of the anime cutscenes in the game.
The collaboration between Atlus and Arc System Works Persona 4: Arena is slated to bring some much welcome fighting action to the Persona franchise on August the 7th.
Okay, so despite never having played a Persona game before, Persona 4: Arena has to be one of my personal most anticipated releases of the year. With graphics that gorgeous, characters that unique and a fighting system
Persona 4: Arena is quite literally the biggest arcade fighting game in Japan right now. That's why it's hardly surprising that peripheral maker Hori is preparing a PS3 exclusive commemorative arcade stick for the game's big Japanese
Atlus has released one of those neat little instructional videos for Persona 4 Arena. The video appears to assume the player has little to no fighting game experience, which should be effective for genre newcomers. In the
Atlus released today a new trailer of the upcoming fighting game Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena that also seems to be behind a teaser recently sent by Atlus USA for the North American release.
Everyone's turning their games into fighters these days, and Atlus' Persona series is no exception. The opening video for Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena, which predominately features characters from Persona 4, but also a couple
Atlus published today a new large batch of screenshots of Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena, developed by Arc System Works and scheduled for release on Xbox 360 and PS3 next summer.
Today Atlus released some new information and screenshots about the upcoming PS3/Xbox 360 fighting game Persona 4: The Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena.