Summary: The idea of remakes is not one which is new to the Persona series. The PSP received remakes of every Persona game before 4, with varying levels of changes. The first was almost a straight port with very few additions, whereas Persona 3 Portable added a whole new playable character which changed a...
Excerpt: Okay... Persona 4 Golden (P4G) is almost perfection on the PS Vita and is easily one of the best Japanese RPG titles in quite some time. It's also one of the strangest stories to grace the PS Vita with its Matrix-like story that would make any anime writer proud and it's definitely not for kids.
Excerpt: Persona 4: The Golden is the most fun and satisfying game I’ve played this year. I enjoyed every moment and look forward to another playthrough or two since a ton of stuff was missed during this first go.
Persona 4 Golden Review – Reinventing the Gold Standard for RPGs
New Gamer Nation
22 January 2013
Conclusion: All in all, Persona 4 Golden is a solid JRPG. You don’t need to play the other games in the series to be able to appreciate what this game is trying to do. It paints a beautiful and intriguing world, full of characters that you are going to care about.
Conclusion: Persona 4 Golden is, as far as I’m concerned, is the PlayStation Vita’s killer app. Atlus has done a great service to the platform by not just porting a four year old game but adding a great deal of content that makes the experience seem fresh and new fro those who’ve already played through the...
Conclusion: It's not everyday that a remake of a game goes so far above and beyond the original to make it a must-play game in two separate generation, but today is that day. Truly, this is the RPG for people who don't care for RPG's.
Excerpt: It should come as no surprise to anyone that Persona 4 Golden is a terrific game. It would take an unprecedented failing on virtually every level to screw up what has become one of Atlus's most beloved gems.