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 ... See full summary »
Mitsuru and some of her Shadow operatives were missing in their way to Inaba, the midnight channel appears again and after that everyone but persona users disappear while a red fog cover ... See full summary »
In a primitive tribal world where strange, monstrous, animalistic machines roam the wilderness, a brave young female warrior goes on a quest to learn the truth about her mysterious origin and the state the world is in.
I hate idols and the game's detractors made a convincing case against it but i got it one the cheap and the flaunting hand-held market was free of competition anyway. The story mode is a forgettable VN that barely fits into the now over-convoluted continuity despite being the main focus. The gang bullies a bunch of people into believing in the heart of dance to pass time on a vacation and freshly debuted idols are now bigger than Michael Jackson in the world of P4 so it's ultimately an idol advertisement. I also learned that idols choreograph their performance in the style of a grade school stage play after watching the awkwardly inserted Nanako dance. Lol. The rhythm gameplay itself is somewhat problematic and easy to cheat too so i got a Platinum out of the short experience. A Theatrythm clone with un-remixed music from P 1-4 (2 is the best) would have been a delight and this feature-incomplete DLC trap may have some merit to hardcore fans who need to have everything but even they should wait for a PS+ deal.
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