Persona Q Rolls Out with Story and More Character Trailers!

ATLUS continues to releases videos showing more of  Persona Q Shadows of the Labyrinth.  Earlier ATLUS introduced the Heroes of Persona 3 and 4. Recently, they have released a story trailer showing a bit more of the events that happened. They also have more character videos to go along with it. Namely: Mitsuru Kirijo, Youske Hanamura, Akihiko Sanada, and Chie Satonaka.



Here we get to see bit of the humor of the game. But what mostly stands out is that Naoto’s voice actress, Valerie Arem, gets a lot of screen time here. Personally, it’s as I pictured Naoto as. My slight criticism is have her have a slight more feminine picth in her voice.  Overall, great trailer.


Mitsuru Kirijo

Of course when you start off a trailer, you start of with one of greatest voice actor couples there is. Tara Platt brings her A-game again, and all I can say is: Damn I love her! Bring on the executions!


Youske Hanamura

Yuri Lowenthal, always is and always will be a great actor. This, is no different. Let’s go partner!


Akihiko Sanada

Akihiko is still the brash, manly fighter he has always been. We also get some hints of what he does after the main game of Persona 3. That’s only if you hadn’t played Persona 4 Arnea yet. (If you haven’t, shame on you.) Liam O’brien vocals is still top notch.


Chie Satonaka

The only thing I will miss from her is her Galactic Punt. Dragon Kick Your Ass into the Milky Way! Erin Fitzgerald keeps the bubbly attitude well and remains awesome. Also, it’s her birthday today by the time this get posted. So wish her a Happy Birthday on her Facebook page. (Tell her I sent ya!)


And remember boys and girls, Mad Bull gives you wind!

You can find the P3 Hero and P4 Hero Character videos here on The Outerhaven.

 Persona Q Shadows of the Labyrinth will be released on November 25, 2014 for the Nintendo 3DS.


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