Persona 4 Arena seamlessly integrates the elaborate characters and worlds of a JRPG with the exciting head to head combat of a fighting game. Set two months after Persona 4 – Persona Arena is a direct sequel and an adventure in its own right.
Limited Edition Includes:
Pre-order customers for Persona 4 Arena will receive an exclusive Limited Edition bonus content pack, including the Official Arranged Soundtrack with exclusive artwork and Digital Fan Pack. These will be strictly limited to pre-ordering customers and will not be available past day-one sales.
Following Teddie's sudden disappearance in Inaba, his friends find what appears to be Teddie in a pirate outfit announcing a fighting tournament called the "P-1 Grand Prix" to see who is the "Ultimate Persona User". Bewildered by this turn of events, they band together once again and enter the tournament to find out what has happened to their friend, but end up being pitted in battle against each other.
Each character has their own unique story and path to unravel the mystery – told through all new anime sequences and scenarios written by the Persona Team.
13 characters in total including Persona 3 fan favourites – and the chance to catch up on their stories since their last appearance!
Characters and Persona together, allow for a fighting experience like no other…
A battle experience designed for fans of the RPGs as well as fighting game enthusiasts…
Genuinely accessible fighting caters for all skill levels at the same time.
A wide variety of game modes:
Pick a character and discover their story through mystery of the Midnight Channel.
Classic Arcade action. Fight each character in turn, in progressively difficult battles.
A series of battles against tough opposition, where battling with speed and finesse is key!
Practice your combos against a CPU opponent that can be fine-tuned to your preferences.
Superb step by step introduction to all the fighting system’s key features and techniques.
The perfect introduction to learning your own combos - both easy and advanced.
Two player mode where you can fight a friend or CPU opponent offline.
Pit your skills against the best the world has to offer by taking your game online.
Online marketplace where you will be able to purchase and download DLC.
Replay Theatre & Gallery Mode
Unlock exclusive artwork, music or watch and save your greatest battles!
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In many ways Persona 4 Arena draws fan of Persona 4 back into the story they thought had previously ended. The main characters of Persona 4 Golden find themselves in a familiar setting where the rules have changed. The alternate reality they can enter through their tv-screen is the setting of a number of encounters, each resulting in a one-on-one fight to the proverbial death. While Persona 4 was a rather old-fashioned RPG that catered to the whims of people that enjoy attending school while beating up monsters, Persona 4 Arena is a good old fighting game. Don't however think that this means that the storyline does not offer a lot of depth. Because Persona 4 Arena is one of the most text-heavy fighters I have ever played. It's a good thing the characters likebale and storylines are always filled with amusing remarks, because otherwise I would be tempted to skip all the dialogues. It's a good thing that the gameplay is quite deep. Button-bashers are still able to beat their way through the ever-expanding story-line, but Arena luckily has many options to entertain the more hardcore fighting game adepts. The awesome hd-graphics really bring the action to life in spectacular fashion. For the price that Zavvi sells this game you simply can't go wrong with your purchase. It's well worth the money and the Limited Edition also comes with the added benefit of the soundtrack on a separate disc.
Not the greatest game ever but sure it will be the delight of many Persona Fans.
I am pleasantly surprised at how good Persona 4 Arena Limited Edition is. Visually, from the beautifully drawn sprites to the smooth animations and incredibly detailed backgrounds, the game is something to behold. The game play is fast paced and each character feels unique. With the persona attacks being part of your basic move set rather than purely assists, the game feels less confusing than MVC. I'm not normally a big fan of anime style fighters with air dashes and double jumps, but for some reason I really like this game. The only letdown is the music which is quite irritating. Recommended to any fighting game fans!
If you like 2D fighters it doesn't get much better than Persona 4 Arena Limited Edition. It has amazing visuals and an easy to use combo system for experienced and novice players. I highly recommend this for fans of Street Fighter and the Guilty Gear series.