What’s Inside This Persona 4 Box?

By Spencer . February 19, 2010 . 3:06pm

image Puzzle pieces. Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 jigsaw puzzles exist and Atlus is selling two of them in their online shop.


Puzzle type B breaks the game’s cover art (minus the logo) into 500 pieces. Puzzle type A is a 1,000 piece odyssey to put together key concept art. Each jigsaw puzzle can be purchased individually on in a bundle for 5,460 yen ($60).


See, Atlus really has a ton of stuff they could sell in North America. Puzzles, Black Frost plushes, and beer mugs are just some examples of their character goods.


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  • EvilAkito

    That Black Frost plushie… Want! Need! Must Have!

  • I really miss the shop Atlus USA had. They didn’t have interesting items there, yet, but they could have done what NISA did and get those plusonahs out there!

    Speaking of which, the Japanese NIS store has some interesting stuff again (they always seem to update around the same time as Atlus).
    They have a great deal for 10000 yen for a Hayarigami set. What surprising to see is those super deformed pushies of characters that are getting popular. They’re reasonably priced here, but I’ve seen other versions of different characters from series like Touhou go for 100 bucks!

    • endaround

      See, I’m happier that Atlus teamed with Amazon allowing them to do reprints on games more than Atlus trying to deal with a store they really couldn’t handle.

  • keriaku

    I really really want this.
    The only problem is I have no where to put it while I’m doing it.

  • On the one hand, I don’t think I’ve ever seen jigsaw puzzles for a video game before. On the other, $60 is a bit costly for a jigsaw puzzle.

  • tsukasa1288

    I’ve seen a bunch of anime and video game puzzles for sale at Yodobashi-Akiba before, but I doubt Atlus is stocking this anywhere but their website.

  • Soma

    Both of these puzzles have been available on Ami Ami for awhile now.
    It’s also cheaper to buy each of them individually from their site right now due to their 10th Anniversary Sale.
    Both puzzles combined can be purchased for 3,809 yen.

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