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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth: A Game Review

What would happen when characters from two different timelines of Megami Tensei: Persona series merged into one? 648 more words


Persona 4 Dancing All Night Package Cover Revealed

Atlus has revealed the package cover for the upcoming PlayStation Vita rhythm game Persona 4 Dancing All Night.



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Villains make stories. A bad villain can really bring down a story, while a good one can raise it up to the next level. Now not all criminals in media are villains, but most villains are criminals. 730 more words

Brosuke and Why I Roleplay

This may or may not came across as a surprise to you, but I’m quite a chuuni back in a day. Maybe I still do now. 1,749 more words


Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 - Review

Think that life simulation, dungeon crawling, and supernatural murder mystery solving all go together? Then Persona 4 is for you.

Released in 2008 by Atlus on the PS2, the latest entry into the subseries of the Shin Megami Tensei games known as Persona, Persona 4 takes the template set up by Persona 3 and adds a few tweaks to the system incorporated with an all new story and cast. 1,813 more words


The best way to say goodbye in Persona 4 Golden

Last year I wrote extensively about the incredible Japanese role-playing game Persona 4 Golden.  At the end of it all, I concluded thus: “I had done everything I needed to do in Inaba, made the most of my relationships there, and I knew I had discovered the truth.”. 937 more words


Review- Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

Etrian Odyssey never really intrigued me. I have heard of it, but everything I would see of the games never appealed to me. Strict dungeon crawlers, especially first-person is not usually my thing. 1,937 more words