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Persona 4 The Animation’s third volume Blu-ray is now available, and a chart has been devised which compares the visages of characters from the televised and Blu-ray variants respectively, showing significant difference.

Although every character looks quite synthetic as per the style specific to the Persona series, it’s easy to see that the characters within the Blu-ray boast far more intense and refined facial expressions – increased details, more shadow, and some even heavily altered to a degree much more effective as can be see in episode seven’s row, third down. Feel free to further examine the seemingly arbitrary yet interesting changes below:

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