Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth
Console Nintendo 3DS
Publisher Atlus
Developer Atlus
Genre Puzzle , Role-Playing
Downloads 37,189
Released June 4, 2019
3.5/5 (160 votes)
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In the hard dungeon crawler game Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, available for the Nintendo 3DS, you will be thrust into the realm of film. The Phantom Thieves are on yet another exciting journey as they discover that they are trapped within a labyrinthine sequence of movies, each featuring distinctive twists and turns based on a different kind of film. Along the road, you will meet up with other courageous individuals who share your goals and are equipped with the ability and determination to lend you a hand on your adventure. Who is this enigmatic young lady known only as Hikari, and how can the array of characters free themselves from this cinematic maze that spans both time and space!?


  • Participate in an engaging narrative told from the point of view of the protagonist from Persona 5 as you and the other Phantom Thieves encounter the S.E.E.S. from Persona 3 and the Investigation Team from Persona 4 in a setting inspired by the film!
  • The long-awaited inclusion of Persona 3 Portable’s female protagonist, Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, who will play an essential part in your journey across the silver screen, will be included in Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth.
  • Discover a series of labyrinths that make fun of prominent film genres and have lots of allusions that real movie buffs will find hilarious.
  • The battle systems of Persona Q and Persona 5 are enhanced by Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, which includes adding a new Unison function. When you finish specific side objectives, certain groups and pairs of characters will band together to launch their special attack!
  • You’ll feel completely immersed in Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth owing to the Japanese voice audio track accompanied by English subtitles. This will be the first time many fans hear the actors of Persona 3 speak in their native Japanese.

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