Would Persona 4 Arena Ultimax be an attraction on the Nintendo Switch?

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax was a fighting game that was released back in ’13. Since its release it was arguably one of the most impressive games that the world got to see in ’13 from a visual standpoint. The plot was pretty interesting especially since it followed the events from Persona 4 Arena which took place in the television world. The events in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax took place in the real world in contrast to its predecessor and involved both the Investigation Team along with the Kirijo Group. The fighters included in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax were Naoto Shirogane, Mitsuru Kirijo, Chie Satonoko, Yu Narukami and others. The also the inclusion of new characters such as: Ken Amada, Junpei Lori, Yukari Takeba and others which added to the appeal of Persona 4: Arena Ultimax. We also got to see new storyline in Persona 4: Arena Ultimax and modifications made in the game that surpassed its predecessor.

Even though, a majority of the game within the Persona series remained exclusive on PlayStation related consoles some wonder whether or not a game like P4: Arena Ultimax would be an attraction on the Nintendo Switch. It would be easy to make the argument that Atlus’s games standout more on PlayStation consoles; first party games like Super Mario or Zelda seemingly overshadows every other third part title that appears on Nintendo consoles. A third party game such as: P4: Arena Ultimax looks like a game that would be an attraction despite what generation console it appears on following the early 10’s. Even though, the Xbox One is backwards compatible P4: Arena Ultimax was never ported for the PS4 or the Wii-U console anytime during the 10’s decade either. Its quite possible that the growing popularity of Persona 5 has overshadowed the P4 series in general from ’16 until now. While seeing P4: Arena Ultimax on the Switch console would be a dream come true it most likely will never happen.

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