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Persona fans: Tanaka's Amazing Commodities exists IRL!


1:00 PM on 10.14.2013
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Persona 3 and Persona 4's television infomercial sales show, Tanaka's Amazing Commodities, was something I always hoped would become a real thing one day. Today is that day. Kind of.

Atlus has some fun with jika-net.jp, their online commodities store. Tanaka is still your host, bringing you the deals on Atlus wares, badass theme song and all. A new music CD from Persona 3 The Movie soundtrack is featured on the site now, and is available for order. It seems that an original Tanaka seal comes with your order.

What's fun is that they've also included some items from the game, though those are sold out. Of course they are.

My day has been made by the slide-dancing Tanaka trio alone!






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