Mar 18, 2017 01:04 PM EDT
'Persona 5' Standard Edition Controller Skin Revealed, Amazon Calls Off Special Edition Orders
The much-loved video game, "Persona 5", is now available in Japan for PlayStation 3 and 4. Moreover, a Standard Edition features an exclusive DualShock controller skin.
On April 4, the "Persona 5" arrives in Europe and North America as well. Atlus developed the game which was first released last September. The events are set in Tokyo and it follows a hero from fictional Shujin High School. Read on for more details,
'Persona 5': Bonus controller skin
According to Gematsu, Atlus released a tutorial video on how to properly apply the "Persona 5" controller skin. The clip shows Erika Harlacher and John Hardin demonstrating a step-by-step process of putting the bonus material. The former plays the voice behind Ann Takamaki while Hardin is the former PR manager of the game.
The "Persona 5" controller skin features the members of The Phantom Thieves. Apparently, this is a good news for fans who failed to acquire the two limited editions of the game. "Those who have missed out on the Take Your Heart Premium and SteelBook editions will receive a DualSchock 4 Wireless Controller skin," the developers assured.
Well, the beautiful "Persona 5" skins are found inside marked copies of the standard PS4 version. Players in America are advised to get one while supplies still last. On the other hand, some individuals actually ordered the limited packs but Amazon suddenly canceled them.
Amazon cancels "Persona 5" limited editions
Reportedly, the entire inventory amazon received from the manufacturers had a major defect. According to PlayStation Lifestyle, fans who pre-ordered copies of Take Your Heart Premium and SteelBook editions are complaining that their transactions were canceled. An email was sent to the accounts of the affected users.
In the email, Amazon management said that they "won't be able to send" the "Persona 5" limited editions. It added that the reason was that the items contain "regulated materials classified as dangerous goods." "We're sorry for any inconvenience and hope to see you again," Amazon ended. Fortunately, it appears that not everyone who ordered received the email, which means not everyone is affected.