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P3 on the go
on 31 March 2011
When you see a gun rolling to your feet and a little boy pointing his finger to his temble, what do you do? Well sadly this scene only occours in the PS2 version of this award wining j-rpg.
The good looking anime scenes from it's big brother might be gone, but som of them are replaced by ingame graphic scenes insted which in their own right looks cool enough.
Like it's big brother you play as a highschool student with the ability to summon a persona, an other self. Although the main charecter's abilities are way over his/her peers(ya can choose to play as a female protagonist this time around with some new addittions to the gameplay).
for the ones who have played the PS2 version
Now Now I know what you think, and no you can't date yukari, fuuka and mitsuru as female, well not as a girlfriend if that's what's ya into.
Persona 3 portable play a lot like it's little brother in the day time your a normal high school student with tests, and a social life to boot. At night you run around a huge tower and hunt monsters. You can visit the velvelt room where you can fuse person to form more powerfull ones to help you one the way.
The difference from this version is that you can now control your party and if certain conditions are met when you unlock them your companions can help in different ways justl ike in Persona 4. That being said the combat system is more like Persona 4's than persona 3's. You scan your enemies and look for their weakness to form an comical all out attack.
I could keep on and on about what this game has to offer but that's up for you, my dear reader to find out. all I say is this is a great and fun game that have about 30-60 hours of gameplay the first time through. Oh did i mention ya get something for starting all over with a new game+.
A must buy for psp owners