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Persona 4: Arena / Persona 4: The Ultimate In Mayonaka Arena (JPN)
Fighting Game by Arc System Works / Atlus
Arcade
Worldwide
3/1/2012
Playstation 3
Worldwide
8/2/2012
Xbox 360
Worldwide
8/2/2012

Fighters
Labrys
Mitsuru Kirijo
Aigis / Aegis
Naoto Shirogane
Yukiko Amagi
Yu Narukami
Elizabeth
Yosuke Hanamura
Chie Satonaka
Kanji Tatsumi
Teddie / Kuma (JPN)
Akihiko Sanada
Shadow Labrys

Gameplay
Air Turn (Air Turn)
Pressing A+C while in mid-air will allow the player to change the direction their character is facing.
Hop (Short Jump)
Pressing Down+A+C will perform a short forward jump. On startup, characters immune to attacks to feet and throws.
Instant Kill (Instant Kill)
If the player is at match point, accumulated at least 100 SP, and able to use their Persona, they are able to finish off an opponent regardless of remaining health.
Skill Attacks (Special Moves)
Essentially, another name for special moves. These moves usually require a quarter circle motion plus a attack button. They usually have special properties not found in normal attacks.
Skill Boosts (EX Moves)
Skill Boosts are enhanced versions of Skill Attacks. They are more damaging and/or given additional properties to their normal counterparts, but deplete 25 SP. They are performed using the same motions as normal Skill Attacks with the exception of an additional button.
Skill Points (Super Meter)
In tradition with the Persona role-playing game series, Skill Points (abbreviated as SP) was a meter that was depleted whenever special skills are used. In P4:Arena, this gauge behaves similar to a super meter in many fighting games. Meter is a gained by attacking, defending, and getting hit. The exception to the rule is Elizabeth, who generates SP automatically at a constant rate. Skill Boosts, One More! Cancels, Guard Cancel Attacks, Instant Kills all consume a certain amount SP. Normally, the maximum of SP stocked is 100. However, when a character has taken a significant amount of damage, they will Awaken, which will partially replenish SP and increase its capacity to 150.
SP Skill Attacks (Super Moves)
These are very powerful moves that require 50 SP to use.
Super Jump (Super Jump)
Quickly pressing down and then any upward direction will perform a higher than normal jump.
Kanji Tatsumi
Special Moves

Cruel Attack
qcf+abtn/bbtn
Kanji lunges forward and slams his chair.

Gotcha!
qcf+cbtn/dbtn
Kanji sends Take-Mikazuchi leaping in the air to catch an airborne opponent. If caught, Take-Mikazuchi will electrocute the opponent, and crush him/her with a body press.

This'll Hurt!
qcb+cbtn/dbtn
Kanji flings his opponent against the wall. Take-Mikazuchi appears from above, lands on the opponent, and delivers a jolt of electricity.

Credits
Japan
Voice Actor

Maaya Sakamoto as Aigis
Hikaru Midorikawa as Akihiko Sanada
Yui Horie as Chie Satonaka
Tomokazu Seki as Kanji Tatsumi
Sayaka Ōhara as Margaret
Kana Hanazawa as Marie
Rie Tanaka as Mitsuru Kirijo
Romi Park as Naoto Shirogane
Rie Kugimiya as Rise Kujikawa
Kappei Yamaguchi as Teddie
Daisuke Namikawa as Yu Narukami
Ami Koshimizu as Yukiko Amagi
United States
Voice Actor

Karen Strassman as Aigis
Liam O'Brien as Akihiko Sanada
Erin Fitzgerald as Chie Satonaka
Tara Platt as Elizabeth
Troy Baker as Kanji Tatsumi
Cindy Robinson as Labrys
Tara Platt as Mitsuru Kirijo
Laura Bailey as Rise Kujikawa
Cindy Robinson as Shadow Labrys
Sam Riegel as Teddie
Yuri Lowenthal as Yosuke Hanamura
Johnny Yong Bosch as Yu Narukami
Amanda Winn-Lee as Yukiko Amagi