(Japan) Persona Q Akihiko and Chie Character Trailers

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Persona Q Chie

It seems that two new character trailers have been released for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. The first set of character trailers showed off the game’s two protagonists. Now we get to officially meet the two physical fighters, Akihiko Sanada (Persona 3) and Chie Satonaka (Persona 4). Each trailer shows off the characters mostly in cutscenes, but we do get to see both of them in action towards the end. Be sure to check out the trailers:



Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth was announced back in November in Atlus’ gigantic Persona announcement along with Persona 5 and Persona 4: Dancing All Night. The game will be a dungeon crawler similar to the Etrian Odyssey  series, but will feature characters from both Persona 3 and Persona 4. It’s due for release in Japan on the Nintendo 3DS on June 5th of this year. Unfortunately, there’s no news yet as to whether or not the game will make it westward, but given the popularity of the Persona series, it doesn’t seem totally out of the question.

Persona Q Akihiko

In the meantime, if you’re a Persona fan there’s lot of news popping up about the new games in the series. If you missed them, check out these additional details for Persona 5 and Persona 4: Dancing All NightIn addition, Shoji Meguro, the current composer for the Persona series, commented on what the music in Persona Q will be like. With three new games coming out in Japan this year, there’s sure to be more news soon. So make sure to stay tuned!