Check out the latest training camp event video of Persona 3 Portable that features Persona 4‘s city Inaba and the younger version of Yukiko Amagi. Game will be out this Sunday in Japan. If you know some Japanese, pre-order is available at .
There’s a new post over at Famitsu’s Persona 3 Portable Creator’s Blog in which Director Azusa Kido shares more details of the new changes being made to the PSP version. These includes more customization options for Skill Cards, full voice for Commu System (Social Link), instructions to your party member during battles, new recovery items, conversation with your party member in the dungeons and also improvement to the Calendar system. More screens after the jump.
Things to do in Persona 3 Portable when you are not fusing persona and killing monsters.
A couple of new videos are up at Persona 3 Portable official Japanese site. Check out the cool looking special All-Out Attack above and also the Commu System (Social Link), which has been the subject of recent reports on the game, after the jump. Fans of the game’s music should also check out the updated Sound page.
posted a new trailer for Persona 3 Portable yesterday, showing almost two minutes of gameplays and also the much touted Social Link feature.
The latest Famitsu report on Persona 3 Portable further explain the game’s Commu System (aka Social Link), which encourage players to spend more time with their team members in order to get the best out of them during battles. A couple of new characters specific to the storyline of the female main character are revealed. Click on the thumbnails below for info on Velvet Room’s quests and also S.E.E.S members.
The latest updates at Persona 3 Portable‘s official website give us these three new videos. Fans of the music should check out the sound page in the Special section, which also has a couple of cool wallpapers for download.