Missed a lot of video game news especially this one
This one summarizes Persona Q2's plot
s USA will release the game in the United States and Europe on June 4. The game will have a Japanese voice track with English subtitles.
Those who pre-order the game will receive four buttons, each depicting one of the protagonists. The game will also have a "Showtime Premium Edition" release that will include the buttons, as well as an art book, Koromaru plush toy, and playing cards depicting the characters.
The game shipped last November in Japan.
The story features 28 characters from Persona 3, Persona 4, and Persona 5, including the female protagonist from Persona 3 Portable. They are trapped in a labyrinthine movie theater with no exit. There they meet Nagi, a woman with black hair and white clothes, and Hikari, a girl with downcast eyes
Q: Regarding Steam, Persona 4 Golden has been doing very well in sales. Will the company consider selling new titles in the future from the very start?
A: “Persona 4 Golden is a remaster of a previous title released for PlayStation Vita. With its release onto Steam, the game was rated highly by game review sites, and in part due to its cheap price, the game surpassed our expectations in sales by a large margin. In the future, we would like to proactively pursue porting previously released titles onto Steam and other new platforms. Furthermore, regarding new games in the future, we will negotiate with the platform holders and examine different methods of selling each title case-by-case under favorable conditions. As part of this, we hope to take actions such as releasing PC versions from the very start with multi-platform releases in mind.”
A few days ago, the Phantasy Star Online 2 Persona Paradox AC Scratch Tickets were added to the game. Which is a fine event, though it could get a little costly if you want to dress like Persona 3, 4, and 5 characters. However, the PSO2 Persona concerts are the sort of affair anyone can get involved for free. Sega says they will be running until August 17, 2020 and offer tangible, virtual rewards.
First, there are two sorts of PSO2 Persona concerts people can catch, and they’re based on Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. The Persona 3 concert has a remix of “Mass Destruction” from the original JRPG and rhythm game, while the Persona 5 one plays “Rivers in the Desert (mito Remix).” Both performances are interactive, with viewers able to click in time to create combos to change what the performance looks like.
Now, if you want the special reward, you don’t have to worry so much about a “good” performance. You just have to show up. Should people watch both of the concerts, they’ll get 10SG and the Morgana Suit outfit to wear with a new Title. While the official site didn’ts how the suit, it did appear in the Japanese version of the game in 2018.
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Here’s the PSO2 Persona concert schedule. You can watch them at the Shopping Plaza hub.
August 13, 2020: Persona 3 Dancing Live at 2:30pm PT, Persona 5 Dancing Live at 6:30pm PT. August 14, 2020: P5D Live at 10:30am PT, P3D Live at 7:30pm PT August 15, 2020: P3D Live at 9:30am PT, P5D Live at 3:30pm PT, P3D Live at 6:30pm PT, P5D Live at 8:30pm PT August 16, 2020: P5D Live at 10:30am PT, P3D Live at 2:30pm PT, P5D Live at 5:30pm PT, P3D Live at 7:30pm PT August 17, 2020: P5D Live at 9:30am PT, P3D Live at 8:30pm PT
Atlus began streaming a new trailer on Friday for Persona 5 Strikers (Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers) — the new action role-playing game in the Persona franchise by Atlus, KOEI Tecmo Games, and Omega Force. The trailer is titled "Liberate Hearts."
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