Persona 4 Arena E3 2012 Stage Demo
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- Jun 7, 2012
Chris shows off some new gameplay for Persona 4 Arena at E3 2012
@KanakanaKo I preferred Nocturne over the Persona franchise. It's a pretty well known game among MegaTen fans >___>
This looks awful. But I guess it's better than a Persona shooter. And I know that's coming eventually.
I remember this guy promoting Catherine when it was getting ready for release. Even then I was thinking Atlus has the best hype man ever.
Not that I needed much convincing to buy this game. I'm a fan of fighting games, ARCSYS, and a HUGE persona fan.
They should add "Protagonist" from P3 and give them 2 separate costumes that changes the gender/voiceset :P
Hehe. This guy knows how to advertise a game properly. When he started talking about simple button presses that most fighting games don't have....that was the best point he could make. The ridiculous amount of must-know techniques to help one in fighting games is generally what keeps people away from them. Simple button mapping plus in depth rpg elements is what made Dissidia awesome.
"--and apparently a porno, that's not officially endorsed"
Rofl best PR ever. World needs more down to earth PRs that can joke around once in a while.
@OGKNav Agreed. Atlus would do well to send this guy to any other promotional events they have he made me even more interested in a game I was already 100% going to buy.
Interesting. I do hope the series is more interesting as a fighter than a RPG because the RPG was bloody boring.
I don't remember Persona characters being very acrobatic, mostly they would just pick a wrench or a golf club and use them to wham their way through.