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A high-school student who moved into the countryside from the city for a year, becomes involved in investigating mysterious murders while harnessing the power of summoning Persona.

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Daisuke Namikawa ... Protagonist (voice)
Shôtarô Morikubo ... Yosuke Hanamura (voice) (as Showtaro Morikubo)
Yui Horie Yui Horie ... Chie Satonaka (voice)
Ami Koshimizu Ami Koshimizu ... Yukiko Amagi (voice)
Tomokazu Seki ... Kanji Tatsumi (voice)
Rie Kugimiya ... Rise Kujikawa (voice)
Romi Pak ... Naoto Shirogane (voice) (as Romi Paku)
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Kuma (voice)
Unshô Ishizuka ... Ryotaro Dojima (voice) (as Unsyo Ishizuka)
Akemi Kanda Akemi Kanda ... Nanako Dojima (voice)
Mitsuaki Madono Mitsuaki Madono ... Tohru Adachi (voice)
Kôji Haramaki Kôji Haramaki ... Taro Namatame (voice)
Isamu Tanonaka Isamu Tanonaka ... Igor (voice) (archive footage)
Sayaka Ôhara Sayaka Ôhara ... Margaret (voice)
Ai Maeda Ai Maeda ... Chihiro Fushimi (voice)

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Persona 4 Golden takes place in a fictional Japanese countryside and is indirectly related to both Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 and the Persona 2 games. The player-named main protagonist is a high-school student who moved into the countryside from the city for a year. During his year-long stay, he becomes involved in investigating mysterious murders while harnessing the power of summoning Persona.

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So Disappointing When Compared to Persona 5
13 November 2019 | by cmayle-27244See all my reviews

I mean there are so many problems that suck any fun I had with this game. First with the positives: 1.Characters-Most of the characters are interesting & have a good arc to them. 2.Story/Plot-The mystery in this game is suspenseful as it was the biggest reason I kept playing this game. 3.Location-Inaba is a quiet, peaceful, & happy town where there isn't any dark gloomy atmosphere like there is in Persona 5. However, the negatives take a lot of the fun away as so: 1.Gameplay-Oh my goodness, what a disappointment. It's a pain to learn & get used to. Plus the enemies (even on normal mode) spam the most powerful attacks that takes half your health away! (Jesus!) 2.Save Points-SRSLY! Only ONE save point in each dungeon & that's at the very end of each dungeon! That's stingy & speaking of stingy: 3.Chest Keys, SP, & Yen-I've never had a game that was so stingy on allowing you to unlock chests, earn plenty of money, & limited SP. This game is the most stingy game I've played ever! 4.Enemies-Not much variety & again, they love to spam the most powerful moves even on the easiest difficulty! This takes all the fun away from the game when I have to restart hours of gameplay! Overall, very overrated & disappointing game. Made me write a serious review on it. This game is average at best & go play Persona 5, it's sooooo much better!


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Japan

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English | Japanese

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20 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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