New Persona 3 Merch Reminds You That We Will All Die One Day

Atlus has launched new Persona 3 merchandise on its official storefront, comprising two new t-shirts themed around the entry that was initially PSP exclusive.

Firstly, a Persona 3 Portable t-shirt with the female protagonist’s version of Orpheus and the game’s iconic meaning, Memento Mori, is $32.99. In addition, another new Persona 3 Portable t-shirt depicts the Gekkoukan School emblem and S.E.E.S logo, opting for a more minimalist design for $32.99.

There’s also other Persona 3 Portable-themed merchandise, including a poster and a huggable Koromaru plush.

Persona 5 Royal is now available for PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Game Pass, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Windows and Steam on October 21, 2022. There is no planned upgrade path to PlayStation 5 for PlayStation 4 users, although you can obtain all of the DLC for free as of April 9, 2023.

Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden are now available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Game Pass, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Windows and Steam.

Persona 3 Portable and Persona 4 Golden cost $19.99 each and include French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese language support. Improvements and greater quality of life have also been implemented, like quick saving, customizable difficulty at any time, and in Persona 4 Golden’s case, the ability to view previous Social Link events and choose different options.

Throughout Persona 3, the protagonist and the rest of the party, known as SEES, operate together to rid the world of the Dark Hour, a hidden passage of time occurring at midnight. This was also the first game of the series to have Social Links.

Throughout Persona 4, the protagonist and the rest of the party, known as the Investigation Team, unite to catch a serial killer throwing their victims into a bizarre world accessible within televisions.

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