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Persona 4 Arena now beating up Xbox Live Games on Demand

Jordan Mallory
11.08.12
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Atlus and Arc System Works' Persona 4 Arena is now available on Xbox Live Games on Demand for a whole $60, which is $20 more than the physical version costs on Amazon.

So, if you're wanting to get hella immersed in the intricacies of inter-personal television doppelganger relationship fighting, you need to ask yourself whether you'd rather have said experience immediately, or if you'd rather spend that $20 difference on DLC costume colors and adorable glasses. The choice is yours alone to make; just know that Chie looks pretty fly in her bookish frames.

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* MEDIA ALERT * MEDIA ALERT * MEDIA ALERT * MEDIA ALERT * MEDIA ALERT *

ATLUS, the video game publishing brand of Index Digital Media, Inc., announced that Persona 4 Arena is now available for digital purchase and download via Xbox LIVE®Marketplace Games on Demand Network for Xbox 360®.

Players now have greater access to the ultimate 2D anime-style figher, and just in time for the upcoming Atlus Fighting Championships, set for Saturday, November 17th at the Super Arcade in Walnut California. Level|Up is teaming with ATLUS and Mad Catz to host a new event for the fighting game community that will feature a double header tournament with two of the hottest fighting game titles: Persona 4 Arena and The King of Fighters XIII. The event will host a number of giveaways and prizes throughout the day with grand prizes awarded to the best fighters in attedance. More details available here: http://www.levelup-series.com/levelup-presents-atlus-fighting-championships/

An unprecedented collaboration between ATLUS' internal studio and genre masters Arc System Works, Persona 4 Arena represents the biggest, most noteworthy expansion of the esteemed series to date. Its gorgeous, hand-drawn, high definition 2D anime-style fighters and colorful, over-the-top special effects bring to life a roster of characters from the critically acclaimed, highly popular Persona 3 and Persona 4 roleplaying games. Brought to home consoles with a host of additional modes and content not available in the arcade version, including a Story mode in excess of 30 hours, not to mention months of play-testing and refinement during the game's run atop the Japanese arcade charts, Persona 4 Arena is the ultimate 2D anime-style fighter, and the most exciting entry in the fighting genre this year.

Persona 4 Arena is available now in North America for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 systems each for $39.99. For more info, please visit the official game page:
http://www.atlus.com/p4arena/.

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