Are you a fan of Persona? Do you generally enjoy the music that goes into the Persona games? If so, you’re in luck! Atlus has just announced that the Persona Q soundtrack and another music concept CD titled ‘Persora – The Golden Best’ will be released on 16th July.
Thanks to the vigilant folks over at NeoGAF, we’ve found a posting on the Japanese website 4gamer stating that the Persona Q soundtrack will contain 54 tracks and will be priced at 3132 yen.
However, there wasn’t much info included about the mysterious album ‘Persora – The Golden Best’ aside from that fact that it would feature various artists. Hopefully we’ll see more of Yumi Kawamura and Shihoko Hirata, the two singers that worked on Personas 3 and 4. I will admit that I’m most curious about why the album’s being called ‘Persora’ instead of ‘Persona’. Y’know, like the title of the series itself? Hopefully Atlus will shed some light on that soon.
Persona Q will be available for the Nintendo 3DS on 5th June in Japan and a localised version of the game is set to release this fall in North America.