Persona 4 Golden Gets a Limited “Solid Gold” Edition

Friday, August 24th, 2012

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Ooh, shiny. And only 10,000 made!

Persona 4 Golden, the PlayStation Vita enhanced port of the critically acclaimed PS2 RPG, is getting the limited edition treatment, as is typical of Atlus. But fans are going to have to preorder this one quick.

While you don’t get any gold in the Persona 4 Golden: Solid Gold Premium Edition, you do get all sorts of Persona 4 items to customize your PS Vita with, including a hard pouch and back panel cover made by the excellent peripheral maker Hori. You also get a protective skin, eight PS Vita wallpapers and a set of stickers. All of this can be had for $69.99, compared to the regular edition’s $39.99 price.

Get your credit cards ready, however, as Atlus is only making 10,000 units of the Solid Gold Premium Edition in time for the game’s US release this fall, and is not planning on re-manufacturing them after the release date.

If you don’t want to pay up the extra cash for this special edition, Atlus has also made the Persona 4 Golden protective skin from the Solid Gold Premium Edition a pre-order bonus at some retailers.


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