Beginner-friendly 2D fighting game with enough nuance to satisfy a veteran
J. Lieberman, Amazon
11 January 2015
Summary: Excellent game for 2D fighting fans. Fast action with a forgiving combo system that makes you feel like you're accomplishing something even if you're a beginner. The biggest change compared to other fighers is the universal dragon punch. Each character has one, and you will learn to bait / avoid them or be destroyed by them. Despite the shallow learning curve, the game is deep, and skill will ultimately be rewarded.
Summary: I've been playing this game about a week or so I would definitely recommend anyone who is 14+. My heart was pending whenever I tried to beat someone online. Most of the characters are well balanced I did have a rough time beating Elizabeth although she's not that difficult if you know certain characters lol anyway this game has some creepy characters you should definitely try them out from my perspective teddie shadow creeps me out the most.
Summary: General Teddie is defeated and the P-1 tournament is over - or is it? A few days later a red fog covers the town, and General Teddie announces that the real end of the tourney is starting - the P-1 Climax. Joined by the SEES members of Persona 3, the Investigation team heads to find out the who is behind it, all while facing off against an army of Shadows and a person who looks a lot like someone they care about.
Summary: The tweeks and changes they made to this one really add to the P4 Arena experience. The fighting system feels a bit more balanced and many characters have shadow counterparts that are more offensively oriented, so those will be fun to try out. The addition various characters from P3 along several more from P4 (some of which are DLC, but Marie and Adachi are free for the first week of release) make this an even better experience than the already great P4 Arena.
Summary: I am very happy with the concept and presentation of P4 Arena. While not a huge fan of fighting games, I was more than willing to purchase this one for the sole fact that it belongs in the Persona Universe. On that front, I was not disappointed. Though it takes some getting used to (and a fair amount of dying on my part), I think they did a great job with this game. On that note, I think I would have preferred to play this on the PS3.