Persona News Recap: The Supports and Manly Fluffiness

ATLUS is really letting loose now. They have released more videos for Persona Q: Shadows of the Labyrinth. This time around, they showed the party formation of the game. As for character videos they showed the supports of the group: Rise Kujikawa and Fuuka Yamagishi. We also get to see our manly man and other fluffy mascot, Kanji Tatsumi and Koromaru.

 Party Formation

Here we see that we can take up to five members into battle. Three taking the vanguard and two covering the rear. There are 20 characters in total so there is a lot of combos to try with. To persuade you more to do so, there will be special conversation if two or more are in the same time, as shown above with Akihiko and Shinji.

Rise Kujikawa

Laura Bailey gives us a great performance once again. We get to see her support skill of “Spotlight”  which gives the first strike for the hero. Also love the remix song of Deidara’s shop.

Fuuka Yamagishi

Wendee Lee reprises her role again. While I appreciate Lee’s happy spirit voicing for Fuuka, I always known Fuuka to be shy and a bit reserved. Just seems to be a bit out of character for her if you ask me. We see Lucia Wind ability, which heals the party of HP. A throwback from  Persona 3.

Kanji Tatsumi

Matthew Mercer brings his A-game again with Kanji. While I do miss Troy Baker’s delivery, I’ve grown to like Mercer’s take now. Kanji’s love for cute things, I couldn’t help but laugh at his sugar shock. And poor Kanji getting glomped by that Gigas.


This trailer itself is a sugar shock. Cuteness oozes from this trailer, so prepare yourself. He’s so fluffy! Koro-chan remains cool with his trusty kunai blade in han-err…mouth. Now excuse me while I relax from the cuteness overload.

Prepare yourself people. Persona Q is coming…

You can find the rest of the character videos here on The Outerhaven.

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

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