Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth for Nintendo 3DS

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

Nov 25, 2014
40th of 639

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Atlus
Content Rating: Mature


Legend has it that listening to the end of the bell chimes of the Yasogami High School's clock tower causes people to die, and this time, the bell tolls for the Investigation Team and the SEES. Trapped in an otherworld filled with Shadows, the protagonists from Persona 3 and Persona 4 each have different events to follow, allowing the player to choose and experience a different plotline. As both groups seek a way out of the labyrinth, they will run in to two new characters, Rei and Zen, who may hold the secret to this new mystery.

Critic Reviews

29 Reviews
Jeremy ParishNov 20, 2014
Persona Q represents a bit of a risk, bringing together two RPG series that, despite their common parentage, focus on entirely different facets of the genre. But it works, with the Persona elements livening up the dungeon-crawling and the Etrian Odyssey components bringing some merciless old-school discipline to the unruly Persona sub-universe.
Morgan SleeperNov 21, 2014
Persona Q has something for everyone. If you’re a Persona fan, you’ll get a huge kick out of seeing your old Gekkoukan and Yasogami classmates in an all-new adventure, and Etrian Odyssey fans open to a change will love it — this is the story-driven experiment of Etrian Odyssey Untold taken to the next level, with a stylistic overhaul to match.
Megan FarokhmaneshNov 20, 2014
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth defies the idea that a game can be either indulgent or intelligent. It's tailored for lovers of Persona and even Etrian Odyssey, without a doubt. But to call Persona Q nothing more than an appeasement of fans' wants is to diminish one of the richest, most robust dungeon crawlers either franchise has seen in years.