Earlier in April, Atlus registered several new domains, that included P3D and P5D, today the two domains have been officially unveiled as a website for two upcoming spin-off dancing games based on Persona 3 and Persona 5, titled Persona 3 Moon Light and Persona 5 Star Night, respectively.
Atlus appears to be preparing for the future of the Persona franchise with a series of domain registrations for several unannounced titles.
Another week means Atlus will be releasing a new Persona 4 Arena Ultimax trailer. This week it features the robotic Labrys.
Labrys is an anti-shadow suppression weapon that can use a Persona, much like her sister Aigis from Persona 3. She made her first appearance in the first Persona 4 Arena where the plot revolved around her shadow creating the P-1 Grand Prix which caused the characters of Persona 3 and 4 to fight each other.
Labrys is a slow heavy hitting character, but the more times she is able to hit her opponent she’ll gain more momentum. She will move faster and she’ll deal more damage, eventually being able to deal the maximum amount of damage with all of her combos and regular moves. She isn’t totally reliant on her Persona Artemisia, unlike many other characters, but it can help set up zoning traps so that she can easily build up momentum.
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax releases on August 28th in Japan, and has a fall release date for North America.
Atlus has released another new trailer for Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, this time highlighting Junpei.
It seems as though Junpei has become a semi-profesional baseball star since the events of Persona 3. He also seems to have a unique mechanic based around hits, runs, and outs which are indicated by a small baseball diamond near his SP gage.
Junpei is one of the first party members obtained in Persona 3, and is mostly known for being the butt of a good number of jokes in the game.
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax will release on August 28th for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and will release later this year in North America.