Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth’s new English trailer highlights the best and brightest from the fan-favorite game of the series, Persona 5.
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth character trailer has been released and it’s everything we wanted. Your favorite Phantom Thieves are back and stealing the spotlight bringing their quirky personalities with them. The recent trailer features your Persona 5 favorites: Futaba, Ann, Yusuke, Haru, Morgana aka Mona, Makoto, Ryuji, Akechi, and of course Joker.
The RPG is a dungeon/crawler that features some characters from past Persona games. In this latest installment, the Phantom Thieves get trapped within a series of movies and each one has it’s own unique twist that’s inspired by various movie genres. You can check out the trailer below to see exactly what I mean:
The game originally released in Japan in November 2018 on the Nintendo 3DS and now it’s coming to the West on June 4, 2019. The game will be voiced in Japanese with English-language subtitles and there are two editions being released. The launch edition, that includes the 3DS game and buttons priced at $39.99 and the “Showtime” premium edition priced at $69.99 and comes with the 3DS game, Koromaru plush, art book, a deck of playing cards, set of 4 buttons, and collectible outer box.
We know Atlus is always working on something new, and while there’s no new information or rumors on a new game. There are plenty of rumors about Atlus possibly bringing Persona 5 to the Nintendo Switch, and fans can’t help but wonder if it’s more than just a line on the survey. While we wait for those rumors to be confirmed, Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is right around the corner, so be sure to check it out.
As mentioned above, Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will be available on June 4, 2019 in the West, exclusively on Nintendo 3DS (and the family of consoles). Anyone looking to pick up the game or the Showtime Premium Edition can pre-order it on Amazon (currently on sale).
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