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Atlus' Aram Jabbari swung by Game Informer's office with Persona 4 Arena in hand. Rather than challenging us, he wanted to teach us how to walk. We were hoping his tutelage would help Ben Reeves navigate Game Informer's spiral staircase – a series of steps he often tumbles down – but instead, Jabbari wanted to show us how to play Persona 4 Arena. Tim Turi accepted his challenge, and Joe Juba and I looked on. Tim spends a fair amount of time in Lesson mode, then puts his new found skills to the test in a few matches against the CPU. We talk about almost everything imaginable in this episode...including dump trucks.
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fight great interesting video good
We want Persona 5!
I love combos
Whoa Reiner, Aram was in the office and you DIDN'T ask him about their progress on Overblood 3!?
Capcom fighting games blow. I'm excited for this. Woot, Atlus!
Aram sounds like some voice actor I've heard in a few games, I'm trying to remember which ones, I'm thinkin some bioware game like NwN
I got the game today and it is great. Great story and gameplay. I love to get more from my favorite series, even if it is isn't an rpg. Great work Atlus and Arc Systems!
this is great! now all i want is a fighting game exactly like this except with Naruto characters...a fan can dream.
Just saw the review, time to check out the game. Thank you Test Chamber.
interesting again video :D Persona 4
This game needs more modes...
Aram is so awesome.
No sound. YouTube vids have sound, Netflix has sound, iTunes has sound. The GI video player no longer has sound for me though.
That game actually looks pretty cool. I've never played any of the Persona games, but if I get some time I might pick this game up. Great having Aram in the GI offices, always great to hear from a Dev when you guys do a Test Chamber. It's really cool of both GI and Atlus when you work together and give deeper looks into games like these. Thanks for the Game Informin!
Aram is such a cool dude, stopping by GI to play some games every once in a while.
Tim was making me nervous with that last fight...thought he was gonna lose!