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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth’s Limited Edition 3DS XL Revealed

Persona Q Shadow of the Labyrinth
Atlus/Nintendo

Feast your eyes on the Limited Edition 3DS XL themed after the upcoming Atlus role-playing game, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth.

The design was revealed on the Japanese Atlus website, giving us a peek at what to expect from the specially-crafted handheld device. It has all of the trappings of a Persona game, such as tiles, the characters and a hint of magic. In fact, the back of the top screen is made to look like a book, which is titled “Le Grimoire du Coeur,” which roughly means “The Grimoire of the Heart.”

A subtitle reads “La personnalite change le monde,” which translates to “personality changes the world.” Hey, we can dig it. This thing will be on sale in Japan on June 5 for 25,380 yen (about $253). Here’s to waiting for it to come to North America.

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