Given the Megami Tensei series' rich history with Nintendo, you might have assumed a Persona game had to have come out on one of our consoles at some point. Well go back to school (it's a series about schoolchildren), and face your demons (the schoolchildren summon demons), because Atlus have always stuck to their guns (in Persona 3, the schoolchildren shot themselves in the head with guns to summon the demons) - until now.
As part of a wider presentation that saw Persona 5 and, why not, a rhythm-action spin-off announced, Atlus also saw fit to share the love with us by announcing Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth. A Persona 3-Persona 4 crossover rendered in chibi style, it seems to focus more on the dungeon-crawling side of the games (albeit with fully-animated fight sequences, as opposed to SMT's usual static style) - we're yet to see any of the school-set life sim material Persona's famous for.
The game's been slated for release on 5 June in Japan, and there's no guarantee it will reach Europe - but given Persona's by far the most popular SMT line in the West, we've got a glimmer of hope.