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Persona 4: The Golden confirmed for a fall North American release

We knew Japan was getting it, but North America was a bit weary of the fact we hadn't heard about a release for the Vita-exclusive Persona 4: The Golden. Today, Atlus put those worries to rest. The publisher confirmed via a press release that the game would indeed be hitting the Vita in North America this fall.

The Golden is a remastered version of Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4, an award-winning PlayStation 2 RPG originally released in 2008. Its updated Vita version will, of course, include enhanced visuals and 1.5 times the amount of voiced dialogue, as well as new story events, characters and anime cut scenes.

No solid release date was offered for the title, but we'll let you know as soon as we hear of one.

Reported by Jonathan Davila


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