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The Latest Persona AMNIBUS Collaboration Goods Include Phone Cases and Exclusive Prints

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Persona AMNIBUS Collaboration Goods

The latest Persona and AMNIBUS collaboration will give fans the opportunity to get their hands on more Persona goods. The range of merchandise in this collaboration will cover Persona 3, Persona 4, and Persona 5. Fans can purchase these goods directly from the AMNIBUS website. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

The first set of collaboration goods are from Persona 3. This includes a phone case that has the art of the male playable character on the case. There is no variation that has the female playable character available to purchase, so if you were a fan of Persona 3 Portable you’re out of luck with this collaboration. Addition items include a pass case with the same artwork from the phone case, and memo boards. The phone case comes in at ¥3,500 (or $31) and the pass case is ¥1,800 (or $16). The memo boards are ¥800, or $7, each.

The second set of goods are Persona 4 miniature framed artworks. Each piece of artwork comes with its own easel so fans can display the artwork with ease. The individual prints are also in an acrylic case, to better protect the prints and give it a more polished look. The individual artworks are ¥650, or $5, and the entire set is ¥6,500, or $59.

Persona 4 AMNIBUS Mini Prints

The final piece of collaboration merchandise is a special Persona 5 tapestry. While it isn’t as fancy as the Shujin Academy phone cases AMNIBUS had up for pre-order, this print is a must have for Persona 5 fans. The tapestry has the main character, also known as Joker, on the print with the text “Let us start the game.” The tapestry comes in at ¥3,000 or $27.

Persona 5 AMNIBUS Tapestry

Persona 3 originally released on the PlayStation 2 July 13, 2006. Persona 4 originally released on the PlayStation 2 in July 10, 2008. Persona 5 Royal and Persona 5 are immediately available on the PlayStation 4.

 

Kazuma Hashimoto
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