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Capsule Computers
Capsule Computers • 2 years ago

Interestingly enough, the Xbox 360 version of Persona 4 Arena has been having issues with its online play. Atlus has acknowledged the issue and stated last week that they were investigating the problem. Gamers in the West were concerned about this news, as unlike Japan the Xbox 360 version of titles often sells equal or not better than their PS3 counterparts.

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