Summary: Really enjoyed the persona series on PS2. This is a "continuation" of the story from P4 (and throws in some P3 members). It's an alright fighting game. Story isn't that great but it is fun to see the characters from the older games one more time.
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.
Summary: I've been playing this game since the release date, and let me tell you, if it worth it by a long shot. As a long time Persona Series fan, this knocks the storyline out of the ballpark. With the new massive storyline, both sides of Persona 4 and Persona 3 clash, creating full on entertainment.
Great game with a "pick up and go" sort of mechanic.
Johnathan Goodrich, Amazon
8 October 2014
Summary: This game is incredibly fun and very easy to pick up and play.The artwork is gorgeous and it just makes you feel awesome. It introduces a one button combo system where if you just press the square button (or x if you're playing on 360 probably) it will combo for you.
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.
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.
One of the best fighting games out there if you love fast ones ...
22 July 2014
Summary: One of the best fighting games out there if you love fast ones that are heavily skill based. No button masher will ever beat a seasoned veteran. The combat is very smooth and combos connect together with ease unlike some other popular games (i.e. Mortal Kombat or street fighter franchises).