ATLUS have proved themselves worthy of creating a solid catalogue of video games, but because they lack a dedicated European branch, it can sometimes take quite some time for their games to reach our shores.
Fans of Persona 4 Arena will be pleased to learn that SEGA have picked up the publishing rights to the sequel in Europe, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, and will be releasing the game in November 2014. Many will breath a sigh of relief, as it took two years for the original beat-em-up to reach our shores, and the contraversial region lock which affected the PlayStation 3 version. The Xbox 360 version was also affected, but it did not come as a surprise as most of the games for Microsoft’s console were restricted in the previous generation.
This news means that the release for Persona 4 Arena Ultimax will coincides with the European date for Persona Q, which will be released mere days after it’s American counterpart. To find out more about the game, be sure to visit the official page on the Atlus website. Are you ready for the second round of the P1 Grand Prix? Let us know what you think in the comments below.