Persona 4 Arena Pre-order Bonus!

Monday, June 11th, 2012

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Today Atlus has announced a bonus for gamers who pre-order Persona 4 Arena at participating retailers. The lucky individuals get  the Persona 4 Arena Arranged Soundtrack. Like the fine print says, it’s available only while supplies last, so don’t wait too long. Currently, we know that Amazon, Gamestop, EBGames and Videogamesplus are participating in this special.

For those who don’t know, Persona 4 Arena is a fighting game based around Persona 4, while featuring a few outside of the aforementioned game. The game is brought to you by the geniuses behind Guilty Gear and Blazblue, Ark System Works. For many, Atlus working with Ark System Works is a tag-team wet dream come true.

Persona 4 Arena, will be available on the Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on August 7, 2012 for North America(Europe’s release date still pending).

For those who are curious, check out our hands-on with the game at E3.

Check out Atlus’ Facebook for more details!


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