We can't go through an E3 without stopping by ATLUS and checking out their lineup, so this year, we dropped in to see Persona 4: Golden, Persona 4 Arena, and the newly announced Zeno Clash II.
First, we have a video walkthrough demonstrating Golden, which is being released on PlayStation Vita later this year. Now if you weren't aware, Golden is actually a remake of Persona 4 on PS2, and was originally planned for PSP. Turns out the Vita was better suited for the game, and ATLUS held off on their plans to pop the remake on Sony's latest handheld.
Persona 4: Golden | E3 2012 walkthrough - YouTube
Next is our interview with ATLUS' Aram Jabbari, who talks us about the new Persona fighter for 360 and PS3, Persona 4 Arena. One of the highlights for this console release of Arena is the inclusion of Story Mode. At the start, only four characters will be unlocked for this mode, though mode will be made available as players progress.
Persona 4 Arena | E3 2012 interview - YouTube
Then we have ATLUS and ACE Team's upcoming Zeno Clash II, a sequel to the PC and 360 exclusive Zeno Clash. It's definitely one of the most unique games we remember playing, so the second is has our interest piqued. Appropriately enough, we talked to art director Edmundo Bordeu, the guy responsible for all the crazy (weird) stuff in the Zeno Clash universe.
Zeno Clash II | E3 2012 interview - YouTube