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Take a peek at Persona 4 Arena: Official Design Works

12:00 PM on 04.26.2013

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

UDON plans premiere at Comic-Con

I bought a coffee table earlier this year. I big, shiny, attractive one. Never had one before, but I knew I needed one for all of these beautiful videogame art books I've been collecting. I've got lots of Japanese imports, a few rare finds (like my beloved Culdcept card art book), and plenty from UDON Entertainment. They have a new one I'd be happy to add to my table, and we have a sample of it for you today.

Their latest, Persona 4 Arena: Official Design Works, will debut at San-Diego Comic-Con this July, and will make a follow-up appearance at PAX Prime. As you can see from the seven page preview in our gallery (all images pending licensor approval), this book is going to be lovely. Illustrations, designs, interviews, and background info on all of the P4A cast make this a must-have for that pretty table of mine. 

UDON says that this is one of the most requested art books in their company history. 

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