Reviews and Problems with Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable
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This game is seriously the best. It might be good as a supplement for ...
28 October 2014
Summary: This game is seriously the best. It might be good as a supplement for the original persona 3. I enjoyed playing as a female. I felt that being able to form Social Links with both the males and females in SEES made everything much more emotional. This is such a phenomenal game which such an interesting dynamic. Forming social links was definitely my favorite part of the game because those bonds with people is what I love most about most games.
Summary: I love this game. I played FES on the PS2 a couple years ago and just recently got a PSP for the sole purpose of playing this game again. I love it. There's a lot of added content to this release, they added a female character that completely changes the social link part of the game and it works great. Definitely worth buying even if you've already played the game on the PS2.
Summary: I am a fan of Shin Megami Tensei and of RPGs in general. I played the original game ( plus the FES version) for PS2, but the PSP version offers a new twist by giving players the option of changing gender, providing a whole new feeling to the game. It was my fierst SMT Persona experience and I am converted now. The portable version igives the same thrill of the regular PSP, probably the best convertion I have played.
I love this game if you like any of the persona ...
11 August 2014
Summary: I love this game if you like any of the persona games or just want to try something new I wound say go for it. I have play the ps2 veshon of this and loved it. I really like how you can be male or female in this on were in the other you have to be male. I also like how you get a chose between Elizabeth or Theo in the velvet room. At lest as a female.
Summary: I've been gaming for decades and I can honestly say that no remake has polarized me to the extent of P3P. I love and hate this game so much. Let me preface, before you read any further, if you have never played any iteration of Persona 3 and are looking for a genre-bending, unique RPG with an amazing story and hours of gameplay... Buy this game! Do it now, and you will not regret it. If you have played Persona 3 and/or Persona 3 FES on the PS2, keep reading.
Summary: There are certain games that reach a level of popularity to the point that video game companies put out endless remakes and ports for various reasons, such as making improvements to the gameplay and presentation, or just make more money. Among the recipients of this treatment is Atlus's Persona 3, originally for the PlayStation 2, which first saw a special edition that added an extra game-length scenario, and more recently has seen a port to the PlayStation Portable...
Summary: My stepdaughter bought this game due to some of her friends recommending it. She goes on and on about this game, about the difficulty and that it really captures her attention. She likes that it isn't a game that can be played and beaten in such a short time. We recommend this game to others who like more challenging games.
Summary: I never cared for RPG's, when I was a teen I played some Final Fantasy games but was bummed out by the unfairness of all the random battles. Well I had heard good things about Persona 3 and 4 so when this version came out I decided to give it a shot. P3P fixes most of the problems I had with JRPG's I can see the enemies roaming about, if I land the first hit I get to go first and battles tend to be brief.
Summary: Persona 3 has been since my first walkthrough my favorite game hands down. The storyline and character development exceeded anything I thought a video game could accomplish. Now a version of the game for the PSP complete with new content like new difficulty settings and characters including another (female) option of protagonist gives you a chance to explore this brilliant game like never before!