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Video: Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth – Phantom Thieves Trailer

The latest Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth video from Atlus focusses on the Phantom Thieves who appeared in Persona 5 on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is already available to purchase in Japan, but it will be arriving in both the Americas and Europe this summer on the 4th of June.

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Prepare to face a mysterious world of film in Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, a challenging dungeon crawler for the Nintendo 3DS. The Phantom Thieves are on another adventure as they find themselves trapped within a series of labyrinthine movies, each with its own unique twists and turns themed after various movie genres. Along the way, you’ll encounter other like-minded heroes who possess the will and strength to help you in your journey. But who is this mysterious girl Hikari, and how will the cast escape from this cinematic entanglement that transcends time and space!?

Key Features

  • Joker Takes Center Stage – Experience a thought-provoking story from the perspective of the protagonist from Persona 5 as you along with the other Phantom Thieves meet the S.E.E.S. from Persona 3 and the Investigation Team from Persona 4 in a cinematic world!
  • Persona 3 Portable‘s Female Heroine Steals the Spotlight – Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will feature the long-awaited addition of Persona 3 Portable‘s female heroine who will play a pivotal role in your adventure through the silver screen!
  • Paying Homage to the Classics – Explore a series of labyrinths parodying popular film genres with plenty of references true film fans will love!
  • We’ve Got Company – Persona Q2 expands on Persona Q and Persona 5′s combat systems, including a new Unison feature. By completing side quests, certain groups and pairings will team up to unleash their own special attack!
  • For the World Cinema Aficionados – Immerse yourself in Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth thanks to its Japanese voice audio track with English subtitles. This will mark the first time many fans will hear the original Japanese voices of the Persona 3 cast!

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9 comments

    1. “Too lazy to dub”
      Doesn’t seem like you’re even remotely aware of how big of a process it is to dub a game, especially ones that are as dialogue-heavy as Persona titles.
      Personally, I’m unable to understand complaints about a game not being dubbed, because
      1. the original voices simply are the closest representation of the creators’ vision,
      and 2. dubs are a luxury that no one is entitled to receive.
      Do you think all games that originally feature English voice overs get dubbed into Japanese (or any other language spoken in countries English is not the native language of, for that matter)? They don’t. But I wouldn’t be surprised if English speakers were the only ones complaining about it this intensely.
      The fact that the voices are in the original language objectively does not affect the quality of the game/gameplay negatively whatsoever. You’ll still understand exactly as much about what’s happening in the game as you would if the translated text was accompanied by voices reading it out for you, will you not? Or am I missing something? This is a genuine question, because I seriously fail to see how not having dubs could possibly be a deal breaker in any way. To me, it just seems ignorant, to be completely honest.
      The way I see it, we should be thankful they decided to localize the game for us at all, because that alone is an immense amount of work.

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    2. I’m with Namie on this one. Personally I would have played it in Japanese even if there WAS an option. I like watching/playing animes/games the way they were made. Plus dubs are kind of awful a lot of the time.

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  1. while i WAS excited for this game now knowing this wont get the same treatment as the first title i will be skipping this game if i was a casual weeb i’d get it but nope im only getting english audio games as im not paying to read something as i play i prefer to hear what i have to do not hear “oniiii CHAAAAAN! and other words too weeb for my perfectionist ears.

    and before you say it no im not trolling, I’m stating my view on if this is the last 3ds game at least give us the option of having a dub you already got the cast of persona’s 3.4 and 5 what’s there to stop you to add them for this even if you need to add this as dlc give us the option to not just assume everybody is going to be happy with this choice (weebs)

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    1. As I stated earlier, I prefer playing games the way they were made. It’s a long and meticulous process to dub a game as dialog-heavy as Persona, and I don’t think we can expect that from a game with a deadline like this.

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  2. I stand by what i said its a hell no for me i already canceled my preorder and used it for the limited edition of fire emblem three houses as that is in english and im nt a filthy weeaboo.

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