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Written by Dustin Murphy
Persona Q has been highly anticipated as it prepares for release on the Nintendo 3DS. It won’t be the first time that a Shin Megami Tensei title has released here and sought to entertain fans. This time around, we’re being given a bit more first-person like title. Many will recall this type play style due to Persona when it initially released on the PS1 and followed a release on the PSP. However, this time around Atlus seeks to make you want to dig a hole in your pocket, set it on fire, and gladly throw them what you had that was worth something to them.
Included in the Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Wild Cards Edition is quite a unique twist of items. One that has truly made the value of the product. Within it, consumers can find themselves becoming the proud owners of 11 Persona Themed Tarot Cards, which is part 2 of the set. Part 1 was obtainable through the purchasing and or pre-ordering of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax that released for both PlayStation 3 and the XBox 360. Owners will also get their hand on an exclusive Persona Q 3DS XL Case, which is quite the unique collector’s item. Within this box set remains the last few items to be seen outside of the game. A 38 page art book containing various pieces of art from the game, but also a soundtrack called “Sound of the Labyrinth”. Lets not also forget that collectible box all these goodies come with.
As for the regular edition; it will include the the set part 2 of tarot cards, game, and a collectible box that can be put neatly up there with other collectibles. Both versions of the game will be priced differently. For those wanting the Wild Cards edition, expect to throw down a solid 79.99 USD for lots of collectible physical goodies. For those looking at the Standard Limited Edition, prepare to throw down 49.99 USD. Persona Q is set to launch November 25th, 2014. The game will launch exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS and has been rated M for Mature.
About the Writer:
Dustin is our native console gamer, PlayStation and Nintendo reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the boarders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, MMO’s, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable and can’t be softened by even the biggest names in the gaming industry. His elitist attitude gives him direction, want, and a need for the hardest difficulties in games, which is fun to watch, and hilarity at its finest. To follow Dustin, hit him up on Twitter over at @GamingAnomaly, find him on his Google+. Wanna game with him? You can find him on PSN with RaivynLyken.