The video showcases a little of everything one might expect from the upcoming role-player, setting the stage for the Etrian Odyssey-style journey with a blend of gameplay footage and snippets of lovely animated scenes. Despite the cutesy art direction, it definitely still feels appropriately dark and brooding. So don't fret too much, chibi-haters.
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth will arrive in Japan on June 5, 2014. With any luck, hopefully a localized version isn't far behind. This is looking ace and I want to play it yesterday!
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