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    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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      The latest trailer for upcoming fighting game, Persona 4 Arena, was recently shared by Atlus. Persona 4 Arena is a one on one 2 dimensional fighting game being developed by Arc System Works, the same studio that gave us the Guilty Gear and BlazBlue series of fighting games.

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    In what can be seen as perhaps a first for the PlayStation 3, Atlus is going to be applying a region lock to Persona 4 Arena on that console. This means that even if you import a Japanese copy of the title early, it will be unplayable unless you have a legitimate Japanese PlayStation 3.

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