New Aoshima Produced Persona 5 Arsene and Persona 3 Aigis Figures Announced

At the currently ongoing 57th annual “All Japan Model & Hobby Show” from September 29 to October 1, two new Persona related model kits have been announced for Persona 5‘s Arsene and Persona 3‘s Aigis by Japanese model manufacturer Aoshima.

Persona 5 Arsene

A model kit of Arsene from Persona 5. It is detailed in high fidelity with polyethylene, with a height of 25 cm. It is produced with full movements, ranging from its arms and feet, to its wings and feathers.

The figure is scheduled for release in 2018.

Pictures via Figsoku, @amiamihobbynews, and @digitamin.

Persona 3 Aigis

A model kit of Aigis from Persona 3.

The figure is scheduled for release in 2018.

Picture via Figsoku.

The Art of Persona 5
Prima Games Prima Games (2017-06-27)
  • Edgar

    Too bad starter persona last for less than 1-2 hours in the game(s! also in P3 and P4)

    • friendly neighborhood_dude

      Yeah you have to upgrade them the hard way.

      • Edgar

        Wait, what re you saying? There is a way to make them useful also later? How? (no spoiler, please)

        • D.S.

          It’s much easier in a NG+, but you basically have to strengthen them with other Personas. That way they’ll increases their stats and inherit abilities. In NG+ I have a level 65 Arsene with pretty high stats and Resist Bless, so he’s actually pretty damn good.

          • Edgar

            Why you both talk as if it’s difficult stuff? (also “easier in NG+) I mean: what does make them difficult in the first run?

          • D.S.

            Because in NG+ you keep all your money and registered Personas from the first playthrough, so ideally in NG+ it’ll be much easier to just summon strong Personas from the Velvet Room to strengthen Arsene with.

          • Andrea Velasco

            Mine arsene has Megidalaon, Spell master, Almighty amp, almighty boost, magic ability, drain ice, null bles, drain curse.
            With suport persona with Heat riser, debilitate and Concentrate.
            4000+ Damage megidalaon.
            In persona 5 its easier make set with any persona with the gallow fusions.

        • friendly neighborhood_dude

          Nah it’s nothing spoilery. You just grind the Velvet Room facilities and use rare skill cards. This applies to P5, P4G and I think the portable version of P3.

          • Edgar

            Why you both talk as if it’s difficult stuff? I mean: what does make them difficult in the first run?

          • friendly neighborhood_dude

            Well to put it simply, you need lots of money.