UK fans have had to endure an unbelievable wait for Persona 4: Arena, an amazing fighting game which won a slew of awards and was the single best reviewed fighter of 2012. As an extra special reward
After being delayed for several months, Persona 4: Arena has finally been dated for release in Europe. The brilliant anime fighter will be available in European territories on May 10th. This reveal comes via the European Persona
Even though it's been available in North America since August of last year (and available in Japan for even longer), the amazing anime fighting game Persona 4: Arena still has not seen a release in European territories.
Sad news for European fans of either fighting games in general or of Atlus' perennially popular Persona series. European publisher Zen United has confirmed via the Persona Europe Facebook page that a 2012 release for the game
The prospect of Persona 4 Arena in Europe has been clouded with disappointment thus far, but players anticipating the release of the game are about to get a bit of good news: a representative from Zen United,
Zen United (that handles most European Releases for Arc System Works) announced today that BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend will indeed make it for the launch of the PS Vita in Europe on February the 22nd.
European publisher Zen United has been kind enough to bless eager fans with the official trailer for BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend. This action packed trailer will melt your face off if you aren't careful. The new anime
European BlazBlue players will get their hands on the newly released sequel sometime in October. This is actually very good news to them since the prequel, BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, came out relatively recently in April of this