Reviews and Problems with Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable
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A damn fine entry into the SMT series.
20 October 2013
Summary: Originally released on the PS2 and re-released again on the same system as Persona 3 FES, Persona 3 Portable for the PSP is the third iteration of said game and a damn good example of how to port games from console to portable the right way. Although much of the game's overworld was reworked for whatever reason, the game is essentially the same thing as the PS2 game with better game-play and the addition of being able to play as a female character, allowing you to get...
Summary: if you like long dialogue games this is a game for you! based on high school students dealing with their problems while trying to help their city. a masterpiece of a game! if you can get past the evoker which summons the personas.
Summary: Really quick and fun, this game combines a dungeon crawler with a more interactive life sim. I really enjoy the choice aspect, where what you do determines the outcome at the end. I also LOVE LOVE LOVE that there are both genders represented. Far too often are games that I like focused on male properties. Sure I don't mind being a guy protagonist since it's the only option, but I would like more female main characters!!
Summary: Okay, so I was buzzing off of Tales of the Abyss and La Pucelle Tactics on Playstation 2. I somewhat liked DragonQuest 8, but it had some flaws that put it in the 'play once' category for me. Then, I decided I wanted to get a psp after all these years and I picked up Tales of the World.
Nice graphics, great story, fun gameplay, interesting characters. Amazing!
22 July 2013
Summary: P3P is one of the best games I have ever played. Simply put, it is solid on every front. If you enjoyed P3 on the console and you own a PSP, P3P should be high on your priority list. If you're new to the Persona series, it is still a great place to start because the Persona series does not build off of the stories of previous games. It blends elements of P4 and P3, resulting in an altogether refreshing and engaging gameplay.
Well crafted, easy to play, very accessible Japanese RPG
17 July 2013
Summary: I thought my review might be of some use as I'm not a gigantic fan of Japanese RPGs, and probably most people aware of this game or writing reviews for it are. I love Sakaguchi's games...the Final Fantasy series, Lost Odyssey, Chrono Trigger. I like a lot of Nintendo's RPGs-the Mario RPG/Paper Mario/Mario & Luigi games. But that's about it. I don't like Disgea, don't like Dark Souls, nor `Tales', nor Final Fantasy Tactics, etc.
Summary: A few years ago, a friend recommended that I play Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 FES, but because I didn't have a PS2, I couldn't play it. I learned shortly after, that Persona 3 had been made for the PSP (which I have), but I didn't buy it until recently. I hadn't ever played a MegaTen game until I played this game. I love it! I like that you don't have to play the first two Persona games (SMT: Persona and SMT: Persona 2: Innocent Sin) to understand this game.