E3 2014: Atlus Offering Cross-Game Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and Persona Q Collectible Tarot Cards


Atlus sure knows how to treat its fans, consistently offering the best gift-with-purchase freebies and special edition extras in the business. Now they’re doing something extra special for Persona fans, unifying the upcoming fall launches of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth through a cross-game series of collectible tarot cards.

Pre-orders and first print copies of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax on PS3 and Xbox 360 will contain an inflatable Teddie punching bag as well as set #1 of the Tarot card collection, including Arcanas 0-X.


Pre-orders and the first printing of Nintendo 3DS exclusive Persona Q will then ship with set #2 (Arcanas XI – XXI), plus special packaging. Want the whole collection? Then you’re going to have to buy both games like a true Persona collector.

If the standard edition Persona Q doesn’t do it for you, there’s a second option. “The Wild Cards” premium edition features the same special packaging and second set of tarot cards in addition to an art booklet, the soundtrack on CD, and a 3DS XL hard travel case. The premium edition costs $79.99 compared to just $49.99 for the regular version.


Watch the new E3 2014 trailers for both titles below.

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