The standard edition will come at $20 USD and feature the full RPG along with Steam Achievements and Trading Cards, as well as the ability to choose between Japanese or English voice overs. A digital deluxe edition is also available, which includes all the features of the standard edition, a digital artbook, and a digital soundtrack featuring nine of the game’s tracks.
For those unfamiliar, Persona 4 Golden originally launched for the PlayStation Vita back in 2011 as a port of the 2008 PlayStation 2 title Persona 4. The game takes place in a fictional Japanese countryside and follows a high school student who has just moved there from a city. During his year-long adventure in this new environment, he becomes entangled with a series of mysterious murders, investigating them in order to prevent more deaths by using a newly-found power known as Persona.
Both editions of Persona 4 Golden are now available on Steam.
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