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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth out for 3DS, new videos released

Persona Q Shadow of the Labyrinth (3DS) Nov Trailers and Screens Announcement - Screenshot 8

The Persona 3 and Persona 4 crews have reunited once more before the end of the year, but instead of fighting one another, they’re teaming up for a new adventure in Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. To celebrate, Atlus has released four new videos, below, which joins a host of other previously released videos. Persona Q marks the line’s debut on a Nintendo system, and it’s also the first time that the series has entered into the Etrian Odyssey-style world of dungeon crawling. And there will be a lot of crawling around dungeons, as it’s estimated to last over 80 hours, with each team getting their own storyline filled with dialogue choices and plot reveals. The DLC schedule was announced as well and can also available below.

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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth launch trailer out, livestream set

Atlus has revealed the launch trailer for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. They’ve recently released several themed trailers, and those who might’ve missed them can check them out here: characters, mechanics and FAQ. The studio will also be livestreaming the first dungeon on their official Twitch channel and answering questions today at 8 p.m. (CST).

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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth mechanic, FAQ videos released

Atlus has released a new set of videos detailing the gameplay mechanics from Persona Q. Since the game is something of an Etrian Odyssey and Persona hybrid, one video details the map-making process, another how to deal with the powerful FOEs that patrol the dungeons, and the final tutorial video covers the random-encounter meter. The mechanic-centered videos are posted below, but the above features PR manager John Hardin covering several frequently asked questions.

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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth party, character trailers released

Atlus has released a handful of new trailers for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. First up is a new tutorial video that shows potential party combinations and the teamwork mechanics in action. In addition, a series of character-specific videos also went live, with Fuuka, Kanji, Koromaru, and Rise each getting their time in the spotlight. And to cap it off, some new screenshots were also sent along.

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Festivals, marriage, and more in Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley trailer

Natsume has released a new trailer for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley. The video is focused on the festivals in which players can participate, including an Egg Hunt and a Horse Race, as well as glimpses of a variety of other events. Players will be able to spy married life and parenthood, a few of the animal types that can be raised, and the Harvest God and Goddess.

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Persona Q finalized box art, new character videos released

Persona Q Shadow of the Labyrinth (3DS) Final Box Shot Announcement - Art 2

The final covers have been released for the Premium Edition and Limited Standard Edition of Persona Q. New videos for Persona 3’s Ken Amada and Persona 4’a Naoto were also released and are viewable below. The Persona and Etrian Odyssey hybrid will come as a first-run Limited Standard Edition bundled inside a cardboard box with a pack of tarot cards, the second set of a deck that matches a set released with Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, and as a Premium Edition, which costs more but also comes with a music CD, 38-page art book, and 3DS XL case.

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Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley goes gooooold for 3DS

Harvest Moon The Lost Valley (3DS) Gone Gold Announcement - Screenshot 1

Natsume has announced that Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley has gone gold for 3DS. The latest entry in the farming-centric role-playing series will hit stores on November 4, but gamers who pre-order before then from GameStop or the Natsume store will receive a 5” plushie designed after the player’s in-game pet dog. A collector’s edition is also available exclusively at the Natsume store, which comes with a 12” rabbit plushie.

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Beware Vilius! Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle deploys for 3DS

Tenkai Knights Brave Battle (3DS) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

The Tenkai Knights are making their 3DS debut today in Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle. Based off the anime currently airing on Cartoon Network, players will be able to harness Tenkai Energy to transform into one of the Tenkai Knights and battle against Vilius and The Corrupted. Missions are based off the series’ first season, and they can be tackled solo or in a co-op mode with a friend. Multiplayer versus modes are also included, allowing players to test their customized robots against their friends’. For fans of the show wanting to spruce up their collection, Target is selling a special bundle for the same price as the standard edition ($29.99) that includes a red metallic Bravenwolf mini-figure.

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, DLC available for 3DS

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call (3DS) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is once again summoning players to the battlefield with the melodic tunes of high adventure with Curtain Call. The 3DS exclusive follows up the 2012 original with 221 songs, 60-plus playable characters, the new Versus Mode, and the customizable Quest Medley, which allows players to choose their own party. Songs included are taken from across the franchise’s 26-year history, with Lightning Returns, Type-0, Tactics, and Advent Children being a handful of the titles represented. A list of newly launched and upcoming DLC is also provided below.

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New Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom screens

Adventure Time The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom (3DS, 360, PS3) Sept Screenshots - Screenshot 1

Little Orbit has released some new screenshots from Adventure Time: The Secret of the Nameless Kingdom. The upcoming WayForward-developed action-adventure title, based on the popular show on Cartoon Network, features Finn helping Jake save princesses (and the day) by navigating puzzles within and battling his way through a series of temples scattered around the Land of Ooo.

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