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Atlus shows off Persona Q’s Fusion and talks up special edition contents

Persona fans should have a lot to like when Atlus’ newest in the series hits the Nintendo 3DS.

For starters, the special edition and limited edition of the game look like they both should pack plenty of bang for the buck- especially for longtime series fans. The Persona Q Limited Standard Edition (wait a sec…) includes a copy of the game, plus:

  • Tarot Card Set #2 – The collection of the iconic Tarot Cards used as evokers in Persona 4 are being released as a collector’s set across Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and Persona Q Set #2 will include the Tarot Cards of Arcanas XI – XXI
  • Special Packaging – The first run of PQ items will come in a special package.

Want more? That’s what the Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth: “The Wild Cards” Premium Edition is for you silly. Different packaging encases this Collector’s Set that includes the same tarot cards as the one mentioned above and a whole lot more:

  • This ultimate collector’s item is being made available in North America and will come in special packaging that includes the following items:
  • Tarot Card Set #2 – Same as above
  • Art Booklet – Collection of some of the amazing new artwork that went into Persona Q
  • Soundtrack CD – CD with the Persona Q soundtrack highlights by the ATLUS sound team
  • Deluxe Hard Case for 3DS XL – This hard case, previously available only in Japan, is coming to North America and featuresPersona Q designs and will house a 3DS XL

That’s a lot to like right there, no? And as for that Fusion video, it’s posted below for your enjoyment and should fill you in on the proper use of the Fusion system in the game that allows you to meld Personas. Have a look as you count down the days to Persona Q’s launch on the 3DS on November 25th.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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