NIS America Bringing Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth To Europe in 2014

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

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Persona Q

In a surprise and not-so-surprising turn of events it seems Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth will indeed be arriving in Europe and it’s once again NIS America aiding Atlus in this task. It’s a bit unorthodox as this was not announced as a press release or in any usual manner. Instead, NISA’s Chris King took to the MegaTen Reddit page to clarify on last week’s Nintendo of Europe’s sneaky but vague PR announcement since they have yet to officially announce this themselves, which understandably caused some confusion.

Greetings doods! My name is Chris King and I work at NIS America, and help out particularly in our European Division.
We are bringing Persona Q over to Europe this year, just like Nintendo of Europe had announced during E3 last week. We have not released our official announcement yet, so that is why there may have been some confusion.
I believe a few of us will be jumping on Reddit from time to time to answer questions that you guys might have (which really, is something we should have been doing a long time ago)
I hope you guys in Europe are stoked for PQ =)

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  • Matt

    Good on NIS.