|Game Title:||Persona 4 Arena Ultimax|
|Release Date:||November 28, 2013|
|Publisher:||Arc System Works, Atlus|
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax is a fighting video game developed by Arc System Works and Atlus. It is the direct sequel to the 2012 game, Persona 4.
This game ported from Nesica Arcade Machine to PC so you can run this game on your PC! Because of that (Arcade Version), there’s no story mode on this game. (Well, its better than never!) and this game’s version is 2.0.
- Operating system: Windows 7 and above
- CPU: AMD A10 7400P (up to 3,4 ghz)
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Hard drive: 7 GB available space
- Graphics hardware: AMD R7 M265DX (VRAM 2 GB)
* Tested with this Specs and still bit laggy when fighting on a stage that has many TV’s, other than that got 60fps.
How to Play:
- Extract the archieve
- Run “Install.bat” as Administrator to add the needed registry keys, this only needs to be done once.
- Launch game using Start.exe, if you run into an issue launch the game through Start.bat (Only launch from Start.bat if the game refuses to work!!).
If you want to change language, run LanguageSwitcher.bat by default the game is set to English, running the file will change it to Japanese. Running it again would change it back to English.
Map your keys using Config.exe, the resolution options in Config.exe are experimental and will never be fully supported, use at your own risk!!
Make sure the “DX Resolution Width/Height” are set to 1280 and 768 respectively as that’s the proper resolution of the game. THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT!! Set “Window Width/Height” to the desired window resolution you want for the game, just make sure it’s a 5:3 resolution (for example 1280×768 or 1600×960) If you want to play in Full Screen just uncheck the “DX Window Mode”. Gamepad support is also in beta, use a program like Joy2Key if your gamepad isn’t functional yet. By default the game already has preconfigured optimal resolution. Also controls are mapped to F5 for Test Menu, ESC for Exit, F1 for Coin(Service), Enter for Player 1 Start and A/S/D/Z/X/C for Buttons 1/2/3/4/5/6 respectively. F2 is mapped to regular Coin button but it doesn’t seem to be used in P4U2 and you throw in coins with the Coin(Service) button.