Reviews and Problems with Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable
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PSP Review - 'Persona 2: Innocent Sin'
24 September 2011
Summary: In a world in which rumors are becoming reality, an unlikely team of citizens must discover and harness a hidden power dormant within each of them if they're to have any chance of getting to the bottom of this dangerous phenomenon and stopping it before it gets out of control.
Conclusion: Innocent Sin seems attractive; it's the long awaited opposite half to a cult classic, and it comes with a few bells and whistles to ease it into the 2011 landscape. While I adore the soundtrack and can appreciate the effort put toward a great localization, actually playing the game made me feel like...
Summary: Parents need to know that Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable is a role-playing game with a deep and engrossing storyline that is very mature in its content. The dark, spooky monsters are only the start of it.
Excerpt: When it comes to Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable ( P3P ), the most common question I've received is, "What will I get out of the experience if I've already played the PS2 version?" The answer isn't an easy one. P3P is my third time playing through Persona 3 , and I loved every minute of it.
Summary: Any RPG fan with a PSP should pick up this title, no questions asked. For those gamers who already own the console version the addition of the new playable female character (as great of an addition as it is), does not constitute another purchase.
Pros: Constantly evolving story, even dozens of hours into the game, Great art style, Fun, upbeat music, Good implementation of control options, Great gameplay integration of NPC interaction, Tons of content (around 100 hrs)