Eternal Poison, Luminous Arc 2, and Persona 4 to Include Soundtrack CDs and Art Books

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Here’s even more proof that Atlus USA appreciates and rewards its fanbase (the “Faithful”) more than any other publisher in the biz. Atlus’ three key holiday RPGs — Eternal Poison (Nov. 11th), Luminous Arc 2 (Nov. 18th), and Persona 4 (Dec. 9th) — will each come in deluxe packages containing a soundtrack CD and, if reserved at GameStop, EB Games, Amazon or GameCrazy, beautiful limited edition art books as retail pre-order gifts (haha, see what they did there?).

“We have the best fans in the industry, hands down. This holiday season, we’re going to show how much we appreciate them,” said Tim Pivnicny, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Our three biggest games of the year are getting something extra, our thanks to our faithful followers for their diehard support.”

Now that is fan love right there. I can feel it as one of the Faithful myself. I’m also a whore for game soundtracks and art books, so I’m doubly jazzed right about now. Hit the jump for some hot glamour shot porn of each game’s deluxe set. Oh yeah, those are some fine looking art books if I do say so myself.

Atlus Spoils with Soundtrack CDs and pre-order Limited Edition Art Books [Atlus USA]

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