Persona Q News: Two Custom Characters Added To Nintendo 3DS Game, P3 And P4 Heroes Join Team [NEW TRAILERS]

By Steve Buja , Updated Sep 04, 2014 03:50 PM EDT

The popular franchise Persona, which refuses to stay pinned down to any one genre, has released two new character videos for its upcoming RPG adventure, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. What characters, you ask? Whatever ones you want!

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Players can name the two new heroes. (Obviously mine will be called Gamrgate1 and Gamrgate2.) The game combines the cast from Persona 3 and Persona 4 into a bizarre space/time travel crossover that possesses the map-making and exploration of Etrian Odyssey, fused with the characters, storylines and action players have come to love from the Persona series. Coincidence? Hardly. The two developers teamed up to bring this latest offering.

Shadow of the Labyrinth is also the first time the series will be featured on a Nintendo system.

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The developers are releasing two versions, a standard and a premium. Even the standard edition feels special, in its own way.

The two sets come with:

Tarot Card Set #2 - The collection of the iconic Tarot Cards used as evokers in Persona 4 are being released as a collector's set across Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and Persona Q. Set #2 will include the Tarot Cards of Arcanas XI - XXI

Special Packaging - The first run of PQ items will come in a special package.

The Premium edition, dubbed The Wild Cards, will be made available in North America with fancy packaging and containing:

Tarot Card Set #2 - Same as above
Art Booklet - Collection of some of the amazing new artwork that went into Persona Q Soundtrack CD - CD with the Persona Q soundtrack highlights by the ATLUS sound team
Deluxe Hard Case for 3DS XL - This hard case, previously available only in Japan, is coming to North America and features Persona Q designs and will house a 3DS XL.

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth comes out for Nintendo 3DS on November 25 here in the States.

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