Persona Q English character trailers: Rei and Aigis

Plus, the second behind the scenes with the voice actors.

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

The latest Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth character trailers introduce Rei and Aigis.

Rei is the second of Persona Q‘s new characters. She has a big appetite, from hot dogs to donuts to smelt ice cream, and oes into battle partneredwith Zen, handling all the support abilities for the duo.

Aigis, on the other hand, comes from Persona 3. She has the ability to turn on Orgia mode, giving her extra damage-dealing ability for several turns, but then causing her to overheat and need rest. She is a good damage choice for the back row, but shouldn’t be relied on much for support. That said, pairing her with a healer in the back row is the best option.

In addition to the character trailers, part two of the game’s behind the scenes chats with the voice actors was also released. This time, Amanda Winn Lee (Yukiko Amagi) and Karen Strassman (Aigis/Nanako) talk about their roles in the game.

Watch all three videos below. The 3DS dungeon RPG is due out in North America on November 25 and in Europe on November 28.

Rei

Aigis

Behind the Scenes #2

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