Persona 4: Golden Launches on STEAM

After a few days of subtle hints on SteamDB SEGA and Atlus have announced (and released) Persona 4: Golden on Windows PC and the highly popular JPRG is now available to purchase worldwide through STEAM. Read more of this post

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Ver2.0 Announced; Nine New Characters to be Released as DLC

Arc System Works have announced that the cross-over fighting game BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, a sprite styled fighting game which puts characters from Arcana Heart, Persona 4, RWBY, Under Night In-Birth and BlazBlue against each other, will soon be receiving a huge overhaul long with a selection of new characters. Read more of this post

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth To Release in June on Nintendo 3DS

SEGA and ATLUS in conjunction with distributor Koch Media and Deep Silver have announced that Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, which is a turned based dungeon crawler and sequel to Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, will be released on the 4th June 2019 within Europe on the Nintendo 3DS. Read more of this post

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Trial Version Now Available within Japan & North America on PS4 & Switch; European Release Date Confirmed

Earlier in the week we reported that PQube Games had plans to release a playable demo of BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle as well as a Closed Beta event for the PlayStation 4 on the 18th May 2018; well in Japan and North America Arc System Works have gone one step further by releasing a trial version of the game that has both offline and online mutliplayer support for both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Read more of this post

PQube Games To Publish BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle onto PS4 & Nintendo Switch Within Europe

Those looking forward to Arc System Works cross-over fighting game BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle, which features characters from popular franchises such as BlazBlue, Persona 4, UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH and RWBY, will be excited to learn that PQube Games will be publishing it within Europe. Read more of this post

Arc System Works Announce BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle at EVO 2017

EV0 2017, the fighting game event which sees various fighting games in tournament form, provided plenty of nail-biting surpirses – including a comical moment which saw a player give money to another player in an attempt to stop his combo – but non were as big as the surprise that Arc System Works dropped during the finale of the event. Read more of this post

Persona 5 Western Released Delayed Until April

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In rather disappointing style ATLUS, along with publisher Deep Silver, revealed during a live-streaming that the western release of Persona 5 has had to be pushed back until the 4th April 2016. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Persona 4: Dancing All Night – Disco Fever Edition (PS Vita)

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Persona 4: Dancing All Night has been available for the PS Vita for quite some time (it was originally released during November last year) and yet today we will be taking a look at the ‘Collectors Edition’ bundle in our latest unboxing article. Read more of this post

Manga UK & Animatsu Entertainment Q1 2016 Release Schedule Revealed

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Ever since the MCM London Comic Con in October we have had a steady ‘trickle’ of information about next year’s anime release schedule; well over the past few days listings on Amazon UK and Anime-On-Line have all but revealed what to expect from Manga UK and Animatsu Entertainment during the first three months of 2016 – and it looks pretty exciting. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Persona 4 – Box 3 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [UK]

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The third and final instalment into the Persona 4: The Animation franchise has finally arrived onto UK shores, with it bringing the last 8 TV episodes and a special OVA episode (which is set before the final TV episode) over 1 Blu-ray and 2 DVD Discs.

In regards to the set it’s business as usual, with carded packaging (that easily gets damaged) on the outside with plastic insides that hold the discs extremely well, if not too well. Unlike Persona 4 – Box 2 both English & French sides of the discs contain the same extra content, so at least this time everyone is treated fairly.

Persona 4: The Animation – Box 3 is now available within the UK.