This Week In Imports: Persona 4 Arena Clashes In Europe

By Spencer . May 6, 2013 . 4:49pm

imageWith Japan just getting back to work, there is only one retail import this week. Kud Wafter: Converted Edition is from visual novel maker Prototype. Kirby will bounce on to Wii U Virtual Console with three classics. Perhaps more exciting are the Western releases like Persona 4 Arena for Europe and a digital re-release of Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly in North America.



Kud Wafter: Converted Edition


Wii U eShop

Kirby’s Dream Course
Kirby’s Dream Land 3
Kirby Super Star


Key European Releases

Persona 4 Arena (PS3, Xbox 360)


Key Domestic Releases

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly (PS3)
Mario & Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move (3DS)
Motto Trump Shiyouyo! (PSN Import)
Zero Kara No Mahjong Mahjong – Tamago-Gumi (PSN Import)
Zero Kara No Mahjong Mahjong – Tamago-Gumi 2 Taikai E Ikou! (PSN Import)

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  • Kevadu

    What a dead week….

    • DesmaX

      My wallet is happy

  • Koulamatata

    Fatal Frame 2. About time! Can’t wait.

  • gamerdude

    P4 is one of the best rpgs ever made I’m so happy that this fighter exists!

  • SupaPhly


  • artemisthemp

    May so dead a months with release.
    Only Soul Sacrifice for me.

  • Neppygear

    Yawn. Can they announce BB Chronophantasma for overseas now?

  • yoUNg_grOUp568

    It only took how long?

    • Neppygear

      Not long enough. They should have waited a couple months and made it a full year’s wait!

  • Jisgsaw

    Would be interested to have detailed sales for Arena in Europe, but won’t happen I guess…

  • I already got the game, 3 days before it’s official release! Hooray! I look forward playing this badboy and unleash my INNER PERSONA! Let us reach out to the truth!

  • RablaAndrews

    Oh hey didn’t know KudWaf was already coming out. Thought that was still a while off.

    Hope PC KudWaf AA isn’t too far off now.

  • It’s amazing! I knew it! I kinda had that feeling, and I was right! Persona 4 Arena is one of the best fighting games I’ve ever played! Sure, it’s made by the guys behind Blazblue – which is also a magnificent game.
    But for some reason I’m more gaga over a senior highschooler who wields a sword and can summon a spirit/demon that can use electric attacks than over Hakumen (he’s still my main man in Blazblue).

    Personal favourite fighting games: Persona 4 Arena, Blazblue CS Extend and Tech Romancer. Awww yeah!

  • And they still charge us 55 euro for the damn game …
    ok 2 words

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