PS Vita remake of acclaimed RPG to also come in special bundle.
The last update regarding a PlayStation Vita version of PlayStation 2 darling Persona 4 was back in 2011. Fans of the role-playing game who wished for a portable version will not have to wait too long, as Japanese magazine Famitsu has now revealed the date for the port: June 14.
In addition, Famitsu publisher Enterbrain is teaming up with Atlus to release a Famitsu DX Pack exclusively in Japan via the company's e-commerce site. The bundle contains 10 post cards, a customized pouch, and six A3-sized posters featuring Persona 4 artwork from Shigenori Soejima, Shuji Sogabe, Mad House, Studio Hibari, and Hiroyuki Maeda. This set will cost gamers 10,290 yen.
In related news, Arc System Works is also developing a 2D fighting game called Persona 4: Ultimate in Mayonaka Arena, which is coming out for the US market this summer. The arcade version of the title is hitting Japan this March.
An awesome game that I would gladly play again on the PS Vita! For me, this was the last great game on the PlayStation 2.
Knowing Atlus they're gonna bring this game to the states. Just like they did with all the Personas. We're already getting the Persona fighting game coming to the states so I know without a doubt we're gonna get Persona 4 Golden too. I'm glad I bought a Vita.
I'd gladly buy another version of Persona 4, but I doubt I'd bother to get the vita for it, oh well, a lonely game in my shelf I guess
This and Disgaea make the Vita for me. Bring it to America and Europe, dudes! I'd love this! In fact, I might buy the Vita once I've finished my exams. It shall be an awesome purchase!
I won't have any problem buying a Vita if this is just one of those top notch games I'm being promised. :D
Just started replaying P4 earlier this week. I'd almost forgotten how awesome it is. This game is pretty much the entire reason I want a VITA. Please bring this game to the US market as well.
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