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Tons More Persona 4: Golden Videos
Don't make me count them all.
11.15.12 - 10:24 PM

Atlus USA managed to share 20 or so more Persona 4: Golden videos today, with a few anime cutscenes included. If you've been paying attention, this is the third massive batch. Here you can find the other two:

October 11th: 16 Character Clips
November 9th: 28 Videos

A new town means a new high school for the main character.

It also means unpleasant teachers.

Goof around in class with Chie and Yosuke.

Persona 4: Golden has a new character, Marie.

A look at a rather popular social link - Nanako's.

Eventually, you and your friends decide to investigate the murders around Inaba.

And meet in a food court to talk about said investigations. Real private there, guys.

Not to mention a school hallway. That might even be worse…

Of course, everyone else at school is talking about the murders, so it's not all that out of place I guess.

More on the murders that have been happening around town.

Cutscene time: You can learn a lot by watching the Midnight Channel.

In the TV, you meet Teddie for the first time.

Before you jump into a TV, stock up on gear and items.

It is time to visit the Velvet Room, anime cutscene-style.

Increasing your social links benefits your Personas. Also, it's anime cutscene time.

Another look at special Persona fusions.

If you think it's a lot of footage, don't worry - Persona 4: Golden is about 80-100 (or more!) hours long. The Vita remake of the popular PlayStation 2 JRPG goes on sale in North America next week.


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