Although the Persona series began on PS1 it was only when the PS2 iterations launched that the gaming world as a whole finally took notice. Persona 3 and Persona 4 are some of the most loved modern RPGs around and Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth combines the characters from both worlds into a brand new story. That alone is exciting enough for series diehards, but this will also be the first time Persona lands on a Nintendo platform. 3DS owners have had an increasing amount of worthwhile RPG content to play and Persona Q is just the latest in this growing list of impressive titles. It tweaks the established Persona formula by incorporating Etrian Odyssey-style gameplay and introduces two brand new characters to the narrative. As such, both existing fans and Persona newbies should be excited for Persona Q when it launches this Fall.