Screenshot Saturday: Dancing All Night at the Persona Party

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You saw Atlus USA’s announcement of four new games in the Persona franchise earlier in the week, now it’s time to see what those games look like in screenshot form. Persona 5 remains an enigma, but for now we can at least see what Persona 4: Dancing All Night, Persona 4: Arena Ultimax and Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth look like. The first ever English translation of Shin Megami Tensei is also finally headed our way as an iOS title.

Other games featured on this edition of Screenshot Saturday include The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 2 – A House Divided, the newly announced Risen 3, the HD revival of Cel Damage for all three PlayStation platforms, a PC port of Deus Ex: The Fall, a variety of PC indies, and more!

Persona 4: Dancing All Night (PS Vita):
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Persona 4: Arena Ultimax (PS3, Xbox 360):
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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth (Nintendo 3DS):
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Shin Megami Tensei (iOS):
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The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 2 – A House Divided (PC/Mac, PS3, Xbox 360, iOS, Vita):
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Risen 3: Titan Lords (PC, Consoles):
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Endless Legend (PC):
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Grim Dawn – Act II (Steam Early Access):
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Deus Ex: The Fall (PC):
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Dead Island: Epidemic (PC):
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Nosgoth (PC):
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Vector Thrust (PC):
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Munin (PC/Mac):
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Life Goes On (PC/Mac/Linux):
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Gods Will Be Watching (PC/Mac/Linux):
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Cel Damage HD (PS3, PS4, Vita):
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Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition (PS3, PS4, Vita):
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Demon Gaze (PS Vita):
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