Persona 4 Silent Hill Japanese Fans Share The Love On Twitter

Persona 4 Silent Hill Japanese Fans Share The Love On Twitter

Persona 4 Silent Hill Japanese, Japanese fans of Persona 4 and Silent Hill flock to Twitter after a dense fog appears in the Kanto area. Japanese players have been chatting about Silent Hill and Persona 4 non-stop on the morning of November 26th (JST), and for good reason: a massive natural fog phenomenon has occurred in Kant.

Silent Hill and Persona 4 are both trending on Twitter. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, multiple parts of the Kanto region were covered in fog. Saitama and Chiba states in particular. TV news programs required everyone who drove to be especially careful. As we approach the afternoon, the fog is now slowly fading.

No matter the reason, when a game, animation, or whatever, ends up going viral on Twitter, all of your fans will wake up and get out there. Having fun together. Share art, cosplay, and stories on games. Always useful and fun to see, and one of the rare good points for a weapon of mass destruction is Twitter.

As you already know, Fog is a huge theme for Persona 4. Persona 4 Golden is currently for sale on Steam as well, which makes it trending even more on Twitter. While Persona 5 Royal has now been released outside of Japan, the sequel to the original 5 character, Persona 5 Scramble The Phantom Strikers, has yet to be announced abroad. The P5S is currently available on PS4 and Switch in Japan since February 20, 2020. It is not a Musou game but an Action RPG. Atlas West has yet to announce the match, but there is no reason it will not appear at some point.

As for Silent Hill, over the past months many rumors about the series have surfaced. But nothing has been proven, and no new game has been announced. However, Silent Hill 4: The Room has surprisingly recently entered GOG. Moreover, it’s not as if Konami sits forever on their IP addresses, making more money from their sports clubs than video games.

Konami just released a new Momotaro Dentetsu on Switch. Momotaro Dentetsu-Showa Heisei Reiwa mo Teiban or Momotetsu Reiwa, released on November 19 and has already sold more than 500,000 copies. The Switch being a force in itself definitely helped with sales. The game surpassed the previous entry in the series, which was released on the Nintendo 3DS in 2016.

Source : dualshockers

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