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Persona 4 Golden hits North America November 20

Get your Vita out of the garbage because its killer app is finally coming.

Persona 4 Golden will be available in the West for Vita on November 20. Publisher Atlus also announced that P4G is Japan's best-selling Vita game to date.

Unlike Persona 3 Portable for PSP which was a fairly stripped down version of the game, Persona 4 Golden will be the definitive Persona 4. The PlayStation 2 port features updated audio and graphics, new events and a new character. Persona 3 Portable may have removed several elements, but adding the ability to play as a female opened up a lot of doors in the game's story. Hopefully, Persona 4 Golden's additions will shake things up just as much.

Reported by Matthew Jay



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