Persona 3 Portable: Europe to get Collector’s Edition on Launch

By Tina Chubb - Mar 7, 2011

The Persona 3 Portable game – a remake of the 2006 PlayStation 2 title Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 – may not have been released in Europe as of yet, but it definitely looks like it’s going to be worth the wait when it does finally arrive.

As Fred Dutton over on the eurogamer.net website recently reported, publisher Ghostlight has just announced that the game, which was launched in Japan back in November 2009 and the United States last year, will be receiving a special “Collector’s Edition” on launch.

According to the publisher’s website, the “Collector’s Edition” will provide gamers with six limited edition art cards, an A3 poster, an exclusive slipcase that features additional artwork, a special reversible “Collector’s Edition” inlay, a 48-page art book and of course, a copy of the game.

Those who pre-order the Persona 3 Portable game through the website (here) will receive the added bonus of an exclusive t-shirt. Although we haven’t got a specific European release date, we do know that the Atlus-developed game will arrive sometime in mid-late April.

Eurogamer’s Chris Schilling got a chance to review a US import of the Persona 3 Portable game last year, and gave it an impressive score of 9/10. Do you own a PlayStation Portable? If so, will you be buying a copy of the much-awaited game?

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