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Everyone playing Persona 4 Arena will see a slight improvement in the title’s overall gameplay, as Altus has released a patch for various coding issues. More importantly to some, it includes an achievement fix.

“Serious Gamer”—an achievement reserved for players who manage to reach Level 30 in online matches, was formerly inaccessible due to a bug in the game’s code.

Now, it’s been tidied up along with minor quirks in the game’s combat balance and network issues.

Moreover, the patch is available for both PS3 and Xbox 360 players. Persona 4 Arena had a sharp sales launch on the PlayStation 3, supported by huge fan reaction in Japan with over 180,000 units sold—although the reception in North America has been notably muted in comparison, especially on Xbox 360.

Source: Atlus

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Persona 4 Arena Gets Gameplay Patch, Fixes Broken Achievement

Everyone playing Persona 4 Arena will see a slight improvement in the title's overall gameplay, as Altus has released a patch for various coding issues. More importantly to some, it includes an achievement fix.

By EGM Staff | 09/29/2012 12:35 PM PT

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Everyone playing Persona 4 Arena will see a slight improvement in the title’s overall gameplay, as Altus has released a patch for various coding issues. More importantly to some, it includes an achievement fix.

“Serious Gamer”—an achievement reserved for players who manage to reach Level 30 in online matches, was formerly inaccessible due to a bug in the game’s code.

Now, it’s been tidied up along with minor quirks in the game’s combat balance and network issues.

Moreover, the patch is available for both PS3 and Xbox 360 players. Persona 4 Arena had a sharp sales launch on the PlayStation 3, supported by huge fan reaction in Japan with over 180,000 units sold—although the reception in North America has been notably muted in comparison, especially on Xbox 360.

Source: Atlus

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