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Introductions To Characters New And Old In Persona Q
See some friendly faces and learn more about two all new characters.
02.05.14 - 2:23 AM

The list of characters appearing from Persona 3 and 4 in upcoming dungeon-crawler Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth becomes even greater today, with the announcement that Ken Amada and Shiba Inu Koromaru from Persona 3 will be playable.



For those of you who have also played Persona 4, you might be wondering what tough-guy/softie Kanji Tatsumi would think of a cute little dog. Well, wonder no more! Take a look:

Aside from returnees, there will be two new primary characters in Persona Q: Rei and Zen.

These two have both lost their memories, but seem to have a strong affiliation with each other anyway. Rei apparently loves food and is scared of the labyrinth, and while Zen is a quiet man, it looks like he'll be there ready to protect Rei when the two face danger. During their new character videos, Zen also says "People have multiple sides to them; however, that doesnít mean Iíll be accepting of them." Which, knowing the world of Persona, could mean trouble. You can take a better look at them in their character introduction videos below:

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is set for release on Nintendo 3DS on June 4 in Japan. A western localisation has not been announced, but is likely.


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