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Uh, okay: Atlus is doing a Persona variety show


1:30 PM on 02.21.2014
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Atlus is planning to start broadcasting Persona Stalker Club, a Persona-themed variety show, starting February 28.

The live stream last November that saw the announcements of Persona 5, Persona Q, Persona 4: Dancing All Night and Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold was so successful that Atlus wants to continue with streaming content. With Persona 5 being the most wanted game in Japan and the slow drip of information that leaves fans begging for more, it makes sense. 

The debut episode, streamed via Nico Nico, will feature voice actress Isomura Tomomi and freelance writer Mafia Kajita. Maybe they'll just talk about Persona for a while. Hopefully they'll let slip some new information.

Persona talk variety show to start February 28 [Gematsu]






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