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.
Excerpt: The love Persona 3 has garnered since its release in 2007 has been no secret, especially here at RPGamer. However, since the game has seen two prior versions on the PlayStation 2, many might wonder why they should pick up another version on the PSP.
Conclusion: P3P instantly becomes the quintessential version of Persona 3. With its unique blend of traditional JRPG combat with a social simulator that makes you juggle life between friends and school and work, Persona 3 is a game that will stand the test of time!
Excerpt: I really don't like reviewing ports. I really don't like reviewing ports of games I've already played and reviewed. There's only so much that can be said about a game, and while discussing the changes and issues the new version has is important, there's only so much space that it can fill up, and...
PSP Review - 'Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable'
29 July 2010
Summary: In Persona 3 you lead a group of high school students with a dangerous extra curricular activity: exploring the mysterious tower Tartarus and fighting the sinister Shadows during the Dark Hour, a frozen span of time imperceptible to all but a select few.
Excerpt: Back in 2007, Persona 3 hit store shelves with little fanfare, and a small, limited printing of copies from publisher Atlus. However, the game became a huge hit with fans of JRPG titles, as it …
Summary: Persona 3 Portable would have been a great game even if it was nothing more than a straight port of the PlayStation 2 game, but instead Atlus added enough new content to make this the first must-own PSP RPG of the year!
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable review (PSP)
8 July 2010
Excerpt: Persona 3 and Persona 3 FES both arrived much too late in the PlayStation 2's life cycle. The current console generation was already well under way and new releases on that platform were regularly being overlooked in favor of the titles on newer systems. That’s definitely a shame.