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Old 2011-03-29, 14:50   Link #21
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Latest trailer.

This is looking incredible.
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Old 2011-05-19, 15:57   Link #22
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So Atlus sent an e-mail to the faithful suscribers from June 23rd 1999. It says that no good games on Japan came out that week.

That's really subtle Atlus, really subtle.
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Old 2011-05-24, 01:50   Link #23
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Persona 2

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Old 2011-05-24, 02:06   Link #24
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While my Persona fangirl self dies in happiness, at the same time I was wishing that Atlus would improve that headdesk worthy load time/useless interval that present in every battle for the English version or add something that can fast forward things :/ That really just terrible, especially considering the contact system AND srsly high encounter rate (7 steps and oh hai enemies!). (-_-)

/Still will order the Eng version anyway
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Old 2011-05-24, 03:35   Link #25
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I'll be importing the US copy. Nothing shall stand in my way of doing so!
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Old 2011-05-24, 04:21   Link #26
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Anyone know if it's going to be like P3P where you just get a map and click on things (except for battle) or if it's like the regular games where you get to control the character?
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Old 2011-05-24, 04:53   Link #27
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Anyone know if it's going to be like P3P where you just get a map and click on things (except for battle) or if it's like the regular games where you get to control the character?
Just like the original PS version, it is of controlling the characters (aka, like p3/p4). And personally this one just can't be a 'click and choose' ala p3p, thanks to the variations it has
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Old 2011-07-31, 23:12   Link #28
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Hmmm, I'm strongly considering getting this, but there's one thing giving me doubts...the battle system doesn't look nearly as fun as P3 and P4's battle systems. Everything else looks really awesome though so might end up getting it regardless.

Btw, before I play this, should I play the first Persona too? I'm kind of reluctant about doing so. We have a copy of the PSP remake in our local EB Games but my pal (who loves both P3 and P4 to death) played it and told me he didn't like the game much at all. Not to mention it's ratings are the lowest of all 4 games. =/
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Old 2011-07-31, 23:43   Link #29
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You play P2 mainly for the story, as it does have rather shocking twists and the 'no they just did not make HIM the main antagonist' kinda feeling. Battle system for it is kinda meh IMO, as half the time you'd be 'talking' to the demons, which really is my least liked aspect of the megaten series.

I'm a black sheep because I like P1 better, but that's mainly because I LOVE the dungeon design. (for example, you know something went TERRIBLY wrong when the hospital you're in has dead ends where there were none before, and familiar hallways aren't quite hallways anymore... ) Not to mention grinding for tarot cards in P2 is way more tedious than just getting specific cards in P1 then fusing them up.

Both are certainly very much 'old school' JRPGs though. Expect long dungeon runs, numerous random encounters, more confusing than average level design, harder than normal difficulty, etc. If that's not your cup of tea, I suggest another game lol, as it's not 'amusing/entertaining' kinda fun, but more the 'game... I'm not going to let YOU beat ME' kinda fun.
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Old 2011-09-25, 02:57   Link #30
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Well being the Persona fan I am I went and picked this up the other day. In the middle of playing it right now and I'm very pleased the game is simple enough to play, though a large part of that probably has to do with the difficulty selection.

For those who have only played P3 and P4, you should be aware that this game is quite different from it's sequels. It lacks the social link system, dating-simulation qualities and Personas are obtained in a much different way by demon contact. I went in knowing this and I managed to get a grasp of it just fine thankfully, but I don't use it too often

Despite that though I'd recommend anyone who likes the Persona series to give this game a shot. It's plot is certainly very interesting and anyone who played the first Persona will probably love all the cameos the characters make.

There's also the Climax Theater which has bonus side-stories, but I have yet to try that mode. Want to finish the main story first.~


Now I'm just wondering if Atlus is going to remake Eternal Punishment as well.~
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Old 2011-09-28, 07:45   Link #31
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I'm playing it now. Not really sure how much more of the game i have left (someone tell me please!) but personally, the story leaves much to be desired (isn't really to my tastes tbh).

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Old 2011-09-28, 12:28   Link #32
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Old 2011-09-29, 15:32   Link #33
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Yeah, the game is pretty dated by today's standards. I still thinks it holds up compared to a lot of other crappy JRPGs, but it's not quite as awesome as it used to be.
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