Reviews and Problems with Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3
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One word, AMAZING!
DonkeyK0ng , GameStop
20 July 2010
Summary: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 is one of the greatest games to own on a PS2. You live the life of a Highschool boy who has the power of the Persona. After loosing his parents, he is shipped off to go to school at Gekkoukan High, where he meets peculiar characters that say he has the "Potential.
Excerpt: Shortly after a teenager who was orphaned as a young boy transfers to Gekkoukan High School, he is attacked by Shadows, though this assault awakens his Persona, Orpheus, his only chance at defeating them.
Summary: Persona 3 is about a high school student that starts at a new school with a bit of a bad history. The main character starts at a new dorm but when he get off the train to go to the dorm late at night everything seems to stop people turn in to coffins.
A well-crafted game that can become very addictive
Jimbob Bigpants, Amazon
23 July 2009
Summary: Well, it's not your normal JRPG, that's for sure. Mixing the fighting with the social link system provides opportunities to do... pretty much whatever you feel like. Okay, I'm sorry to say that I have many criticisms of the game.
Summary: Few RPGs are able to hold my interest. I have little time for the endless, melodramatic cliche-fests that clutter up consoles. But since I dearly love a good RPG when I find one, I try as many as I can, in search of something to hold my interest.
Summary: If there's one thing that can be said about the previous MegaTen games, it's that some of them can be inaccessible to most gamers, with their plots that seem to be overly complex, with an overly high occurrence of random battles and a lot of back-tracking.
Summary: Thematically the game is nothing that special in the field of anime, but as a game it's something really offstream, the combination of school-life simulation with the dungeon exploration reminds me of some really old games and is a really different experience from the traditional concept of RPGs.