By Emily Gera on Mar 17, 2014 03.17.14
Last year's theatrical release Persona 3: The Movie is getting a sequel in Japan on June 7, according to a trailer for the upcoming film Persona 3 The Movie #2: A Midsummer Knight's Dream. This is the second in an unspecified number of productions from Japanese anime studio Anime International Company. The first title in the series released to cinemas on Nov. 23 last year after following its announcement the year prior. The sequel was originally teased in a post-credits sequence at the end of the Persona 3 The Movie: Chapter 1, Spring of Birth feature film. Persona 3 was released in North America in 2007 for PlayStation 2, and has since been re-released on PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable. You can check out the Japanese trailer above in full.
By Megan Farokhmanesh on Dec 28, 2012 12.28.12
The Persona 3 movie, a film adaptation of Atlus' popular role-playing game, will be the first of an unspecified number, according to a title update on the official website. The film is now labeled Persona 3 the Movie #1, though no clarification has been provided on how many movies will be made. No other details have been given. Polygon reported on the Persona 3 movie back in June, when the film adaptation was revealed during the final scene of Persona 4 The Animation: The Factor of Hope. The movie is slated for theatrical release in 2013. Persona 3 dropped in North American in 2007 for PlayStation 2. It has since been released on PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable.