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The Persona games have been around for a while. They didn't get much Western success until the release of Persona 3 for the PS2. Now we also have Persona 4 which did even better than 3. A few months back Atlus announced the newest Persona games. There was the obvious Persona 5 that we all expected, Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold (I swear to god that's the real name), Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and the one I will be talking about today Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. Now all of theses games look very interesting. Not much is known about Persona 5 but we can expect it to be a traditional Persona game. Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold is a fighter much like Persona 4 Arena, Persona 4: Dancing All Night is a dancing game much like Project Diva, and Persona Q is the first 3DS/ Nintendo Persona title. I'm a big fan of the Persona games and this one looks interesting. It takes the main characters from Persona 3 and Persona 4 and intertwines their story's in some way. The game has a interesting art style that fans of the Persona series aren't going to be use to. Instead of the traditional anime style they went for a chibi look. Now even though it has a more "childish" look to it I believe it will still be a great title. And I'm really hoping this new art style won't turn people down. I'm not sure why they would have even chosen this style. It's clear that  the 3DS can handle the normal Anime graphics. Maybe they just wanted something new. I for one welcome the game with open arms.

Not much is known about the game yet other than what we have seen. I've seen some people compare it to Etrian Odyssey. But I'm not familiar enough with this title to make any real comparisons. This isn't the first Persona games to mix the characters from other games but it's the first "traditional" title we have ever seen. I'm excited for this game and all of the other new Persona games coming out. Even Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which I can't see getting a western release. All we can do now is keep our eyes open for more new on the games.

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