It’s a remake of a Play Station 2 game that’s somehow still the single best reason to own Sony’s handheld and my absolute top recommendation to anyone looking for a current Japanese role-player, lapsed genre veterans and neophytes alike. You can prefer its presentation, music, themes, and cast over that of Persona 3, but in the end, Persona 4 just can’t compare and never will.
Here are six reasons why: 1) Persona 4 was developed as a companion to Persona 3.
Everything from its small town setting to its generally sunnier and more cheerful presentation was chosen as a complement to the stylish, urban, and comprehensively darker themes of Persona 3.
Even Persona 4’s copious use of bright yellow, which all its title screens and menus are swathed in, was chosen as an immediate visual counterpoint to the cool, eerie blue that punctuated the presentation of Persona 3.
Just because they're not grieving a loss, doesn't mean everything is perfect. It isn't until Minako Aragaki's uncle, Jun Arisato becomes the chief suspect of these murders, however, that they are called to action.
Each key NPC - of which there are over 20 - is represented by a tarot card, which increases in power the stronger your ties to them.
The Iwatodai Region calls out for a saviour, but can he and his creatures build the strength and skill to overturn its bleak fate?
She shouldn't have gone back, not when everything was wrong inside herself and she already knew one hundred times over what would play out in the coming months.
I know how it is; I don't like it when I'm browsing a site and I accidentally trigger an awful flash ad where a big, freakish i Phone starts singing at me. That means no one will ever know about anything we've done..kinda sucks, don't ya think? My life was a goddamn mess before the Dark Hour, and it'll probably be the same afterwards. (This is the best way to raise Charm, giving twice as much as a cup of Pheromone Coffee. (Yukari will only respond like this with max Charm; anything less and she shoots you down.) I agreed, so we headed to the roof. Yukari: Y-you might have forgotten about it already, but at Yakushima... Palladion's main issue is her weakness to lightning, which makes her hard to use along with Yukari, who shares that weakness.
That's why here on the Let's Play Archive we'll only ever serve up nice banners that behave properly. Well, summer vacation's been over for a few days now, and I've gotta say that I miss it. Unfortunately, our Charm's already maxed, so this boost is completely useless to us.) Oh, there's this, too. Oh, Palladion is also awesome because its head splits open into a gun whenever it uses an attack skill.