Summary: As I've gotten older, I've found it harder and harder to jump into RPGs that may take up near 100 hours of my time. For that reason, I was hesitant to give Persona 4 Golden a try despite the near universal rave reviews. Well, I finally pulled the trigger, and am more than glad that I did. It turns out that a portable is the perfect platform for a game like this b/c it's so easy to pick up and put down for short play sessions. There are ample save opportunities as well.
Summary: High school contains the most important years of a person's life. They take the classes that almost always decide what career path they will follow, where they will go to college, and possibly even how well they will succeed in life. However, high school is also where a person will make friends that last them a lifetime: it's where people face some of their greatest struggles, and thus make their strongest bonds.
Excellent collector's edition for great PS2 remake
6 March 2014
Summary: Well the game is great, it's an updated port with extras that are better than the PS2 version. The stickers are ok but I don't plan on using them. The hard pouch feels like it would protect my vita. The skin and face cover are nice additions to a persona fan's collection.
Summary: Many reviews of the game describe it in relation to its progenitor, Persona 4. I am not going to do that. I could not care less that the voice actress changed or that the developers nerfed an exploit with the Pringle King. You should not care either. Persona 4 Golden is a solid and well-rounded game in its own right. Note that P4G is a Playstation Vita-only game. I can say that I have spent more hours on Persona than anything else on my Vita.
Worth getting a Vita for. If you already have a Vita, it is an absolute no-brainer
Ben in Ohio, Amazon
30 January 2014
Summary: I might not be a typical gamer, I have a demanding career, kids, gym, piano lessons, DIY, business trips, etc. My "me" time is limited and precious. I have chosen to spend close to 50 hours of it on this game and I don't regret it at all. Buy it now at asking price. The cost per hour of exciting entertainment is ridiculously low. You'll also learn a bit about Japanese culture and Esotericism, plus it has no calories, no sodium and won't get anyone pregnant.