New Persona 3 AMNIBUS Merchandise Includes Acrylic Keychains

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AMNIBUS is set to release another series of Persona 3 related merchandise. This includes acrylic keychains featuring the main cast of Persona 3 and mini-acrylic art prints. The art prints include key art and promotional artwork from the title. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Consumers can purchase the keychains and the mini-acrylic art prints either individually, or in a complete set. Both the keychains and mini prints will cost ¥650, or roughly $5. The full set of keychains, however, will cost ¥5,850, or approximately $56. The entire collection of art prints will cost ¥6,500, which is roughly $63. A total of nine keychains are available. This new line of Persona 3 merchandise also includes ten mini-acrylic art prints.

Consumers can immediately purchase this new line of Persona 3 merchandise through the AMNIBUS website. Additionally, the website features other related goods, including t-shirts, sweaters, pins, and phone cases. However, this isn’t limited to just Persona 3, as the seller also has Persona 4 and Persona 5 related goods. This includes a similar line of items, with a few tapestries available to purchase depending on the series.

Persona 3 originally released on the PlayStation 2 July 13, 2006. Persona 3 Portable released for PlayStation Portable in 2009. This version featured a new playable character and new romance routes.

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