- Persona 4: The Golden
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- Release Date (US):
- October 23rd, 2012
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- Online Players:
- RP [Rating Pending]
- PSU Rank:
- 0 of 1169 Games
- PSU Rank on PSVita:
- 0 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Original version available on PlayStation 2.
About Persona 4: The Golden
A PlayStation Vita remake of the original Persona 4 featuring an expanded story, a brand new character and wireless support.
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This marvelous port of a JRPG classic feels more like a director's cut; the definitive version of a thrilling journey equal parts charming and challenging
- Engaging story brought to life by memorable characters
- Hundreds of hours of addictive RPG gameplay
- Fantastic production values
- A few bouts of jaggies
- Not every voice is created equal
Given the PlayStation brand's history as a rich platform for role-playing games and meaningful experiences, it's strange to think that, almost nine months post-release, the PlayStation Vita has yet to receive a traditional Japanese role-playing game. That all changes with Persona 4 Golden, and what a stellar debut for the genre it is. This magnetic journey through social relationships and self-acceptance hits all the high note...
Persona 4: The Golden News
If you haven't picked up one of the finest games to grace the PS Vita, now is your chance as Atlus today announced Persona 4 Golden is getting a $10 price cut everywhere across the U.S. and Canada. Persona 4 was one of our favorite games from 2012 and one of the absolute best PS Vita titles. ...
Atlus today released a trailer commemorating all of the success that its role-playing title Persona 4 Golden has received. Persona 4 Golden launched on Nov. 20, but it's hit acclaim with gaming websites across the board, and the trailer puts all of those ratings in one convenient place. From IGN an...
Atlus posted a trailer for the upcoming remake of Persona 4 for the PlayStation Vita called Persona 4: Golden showing off the diversity of the upcoming title. From the long list of characters to dungeon crawling and even socializing, the Persona games have always been packed with things to do and c...
ATLUS USA has released a "New Features" trailer for Persona 4: The Golden, which set to release on November 20 for the PlayStation Vita. Among the additions to the port of the PlayStation 2 hit are a new character named Marie, new story events (such as a beach getaway and ski trip), attac...
Atlus has released a fresh batch of Persona 4: The Golden screenshots for your viewing pleasure. Due out on PlayStation Vita, Persona 4: The Golden is an enhanced port of the PlayStation 2 original, and features a number of additional content including a new character, outfits and anime cutscenes...
PlayStation Vita RPG Persona 4: The Golden will arrive in PAL regions in spring 2013, NIS America has announced. The game is already coming to North America this year, specifically on November 20; though until now a European release has remained up in the air. Originally due on PlayStation Por...
PlayStation Vita RPG Persona 4: Golden will be receiving a swanky Solid Gold Premium Edition, Atlus has announced. Limited to just 10,000 copies, the Premium Edition includes a host of extra content and will set you back $69.99. Manager of public relations and sales at Atlus, Aram Jabbari, c...
Atlus today released a video featuring the opening animation for Persona 4 Golden for PlayStation Vita. Have a gander at the trip-fest below. Persona 4 Golden follows Persona 3 portable—the second highest rated PSP game of all time. Golden offers an enhanced and expanded portable version o...
PlayStation Vita RPG Persona 4: The Golden will be released in North America in fall 2012, Atlus has announced. The game was previously confirmed for a June 15 release in Japan, though up until now no mention was made of a western launch. Expanding on the original PlayStation 2 release, The Go...
Persona 4: The Golden Features
With the 2012 gaming calendar all but wrapped, there’s only one thing left to do – celebrate the year’s best titles spanning a variety of genres. However, PSU.com has this year decided to inject a little twist into the proceedings. Instead of deciding on things ourselves, we’...