The 3DS isn’t finished quite yet, even though Persona Q2 may be its last major release. There may never be another opportunity to learn what happens when Yukiko and Ryuji team up in a fight, so be sure to take advantage.
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth
A follow-up to the 3DS Persona spin-off Persona Q, which sees the casts undertake Etrain Odyssey-style dungeon crawling.
Starting off as a Shin Megami Tensei spin-off, Atlus’s Persona series has become the developer’s most popular. RPGamer’s latest Where to Start? feature returns to give a thorough introduction to the series.
What do you get when you take a cast of 25 characters from Persona, throw them in a clone of Etrian Odyssey, then add a dash of movie magic and a pinch of depressing social commentary? You get Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth!
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We’re back from our mini-vacation and #JRPGJuly is in full swing. Now playing includes praise for Persona Q2, FF14, and Atelier Lulua. We’re also impressed with how everyone agrees in the feedback section. Now I must go find Chris and comfort him as he laments Marle.
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The Nintendo 3DS gets one more RPG hurrah as Persona Q2 releases in the west. The casts of Persona 3, 4, and 5 join forces to conquer movie-based labyrinths.
After previously introducing the Phantom Thieves, Atlus is showing some of the cast members from earlier Persona who will be joining them in Persona Q2. Atlus also provided details on the numerous pieces of DLC that will be available from launch.
While many are already familiar with the Phantom Thieves, for the purposes of Persona Q2 they are brand new. So here’s a short introduction of each of them for the upcoming title.
The cast of Persona 5 finds themselves in a sticky situation, but the helpful members of Persona 4 and Persona 3 are there to help. Sounds like this dungeon will be a little crowded.
Persona Q2 is confirmed to be coming to North America and Europe. The crossover/spin-off will be releasing in June with Japanese-only voice acting and a limited edition featuring a Korumaru plush.
Rise and Ann are the two latest characters to receive their own Persona Q2 trailers. Meanwhile, RPGamers can catch a preview of the upcoming A.I.G.I.S. movie.
Another week, another set of Persona Q2 character trailers. The representatives from Persona 3 through 5 this time are Haru, Yosuke, and Yukari.
More Persona Q2 videos highlight Makoto, Marie, and Fuuka. Also shown is Junessic Land, a dinosaur theme park where clearly nothing is going to go wrong.
Kanji, Aigis, Teddie, Mitsuru, Akechi, and Margaret join the Persona Q2 cast. Each new member of the roster comes with an accompanying trailer.
Local high school physical education teacher goes from king to superhero. Kamoshida, and other Persona Q2 characters, get introduced in spotlight trailers.
Atlus has released the opening movie for Persona Q2, which hits 3DS in Japan this November. The video is joined by more character trailers, which include those for each of the four protagonists appearing in the game.