Because Mitsumete Knight is a dating sim with RPG elements, and the main goal of the game is to date girls. It’s almost laughable that you’re using this game as a base of reference, and even more laughable that you say you don’t have to date in a dating sim. In Persona 4, there is no such penalty. You can run though the whole game and not date a single girl, yet still see the True Ending of the game. In Golden, yeah, naturally you need to complete Marie’s S Link to get the Golden ending, but I can only see that as Atlus forcing players to view the new content, and even then, you don’t have to date her. The main flaw with calling Persona 4 a dating sim with RPG elements is plainly that: No matter who you date, Yu doesn’t help Yukiko run the Amagi Inn, or help Chie protect Inaba, or become a sleuth with Naoto, or become an idol with Rise using his boyish good looks. Dating girls is inconsequential to the endings of Persona 4, and even the main story. This is why Persona 4 simply cannot be contrived as a dating sim first – and if anyone bought it with that notion, prepare to be disappointed. Spreading that ridiculous fallacy as some rooted fact is reckless, base, and misleading.
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“Shirogane Naoto by on DeviantArt” Morgana needs to stop watching movies as dating references. Don’t usually like pinning posts with only part of the gang, but look at these dang cuties. 池微 塵. P4G. What others are saying “Credit to: Ohprcr” “Oml, this is adorable” ““We’ll steal your heart~”” See more.
With the series now taking place in a fictional rural town rather than a city like in the prequels, the characters with origins from the city had hair styles different from those in Inaba with 1UP. Therefore, none of them acted in a stereotypical fashion with director Katsura Hashino stating that this was since “the worldview was already pretty far from the ordinary. While in this state, the Shadows entertained the audience watching the program; when the player encounters the real person with their respective Shadow Self, they behave more coherently.
This resulted in the portrayal of one of the more popular character’s shadow, Kanji’s, to behave in a stereotypically gay manner. At the same time, it also revealed more about his person as a whole. No changes were made to these scenes as they were meant to “depict the contrast between what people appear to be and how they really are. Upon entering a dimension labeled as the “TV world”, they search for the victims and use their Personas to defeat possible enemies.
Yu Narukami The protagonist is the main player-controlled character of Persona 4. However, in both the original game and the Persona 4 Golden enhanced remake, as well as in Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth , the player can choose any desired name for the character. He is a high school student who moves to the countryside of Inaba to live with his uncle Ryotaro Dojima and cousin Nanako Dojima for a year as a result of his parents working abroad, and attends Yasogami High School where he meets most of the game’s cast.
Noticing clues between the victims and the Midnight Channel, Yosuke and Yu go to the TV world to investigate her death.
Persona 4 The Animation Episode 19 Discussion
Posted by Gabagool Jan 1, 3: Persona 4 the Animation , Persona 3 the Movie 1: Spring of Birth , Persona 3 the Movie 2: Falling Down , Persona 3 the Movie 4: Winter of Rebirth , Persona 5 the Animation: I am only doing Persona 3,4 and 5 because that is when the game really became what we know it to be today.
P4G offers everything that P4 did but adds and improves on it. it keeps to the old persona style. It makes the grinding fun, but the dungeons could use a little more work, except Naoto’s, but I’ll leave that for you to find out for yourself. All that said, Persona 4 is a great JRPG, and probably one of the best Dating Sims out there. I.
Nathan Wright Make a game where your schedule is super important because you only have a limited amount of time Instead of cleanly transitioning to bed and prompting the player to save the game on days where the story wouldn’t really allow you to go out, it puts you in your room where trying to do anything but go to bed anyway results in a smug cat telling you that you’re going to waste this day doing absolutely nothing, even if it’s Friday and it’s raining.
And you can emulate the ps3 version if you want. And then Haru’s arc comes around and she becomes the worst fucking character in the game, next to Akechi. I think most people can agree it has issues, and some people find said issues more pronounced than others. There’s no excuse for it in fucking when so many other parts of the game have been so cleanly streamlined.
Its a good system. Morgana is better than Teddie, but this user is a retard. In a Palace you can ambush fairly risk free, even if you raise the security too high. Speaking of Palaces they hold your hand far too much and are quite linear. Finally the characters aren’t really as interesting as they have been in the past. Morgana is probably more annoying than Teddie ever was.
Persona 4 Golden
The Midnight Channel by design. The death of Mayumi Yamano, followed by the initial discovery of and escape from the Midnight Channel at Teddie’s insistence. Teddie and his glasses. Also, the Velvet Room residents. Down the Rabbit Hole: Return to the Midnight Channel, journey to Saki’s world, and the formation of the Investigation Team.
(this was in my drafts since September and just a WIP! so I went and colored it! In a strange coincidence Prompto and Cor’s English VAs will be in Persona 5) So Robbie Daymond voices our puppy detective and Matt Mercer will voice the foxy katana.
Jan 5, MoonFrog said: Having recently played P4G, I don’t really think this is accurate. Ambushing in P4 is pretty trivial, it’s just tedious when a shadow is facing your direction and you need to sloooooooooooowly wait for them to turn around. But even in those situations, depending on the distance between you and the shadow, you can run up to them and hit them in the back before they finish their little “I found you! So it’s just a slower, clunkier, less flashy, more boring approach to ambushing enemies, and I guess the occasional tediousness of having to wait for the shadow to turn around makes the person playing say “fuck it” and just face the encounter head on, but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s still really easy to get the jump on them if you want to.
So it’s not really much harder than 3 or 5, just slower, which I don’t think is a pretty elegant solution to this.
It’s very heavily but you cant find it also from your thigh to there. It seems the that there of good non-hormonal envoy help dting spine with this brutal of intense focus might soon ttekst a bidding. Go back to your own-slut. Men distraction ‘ambitious’ women, while others prefer ‘intelligent’ men – but ‘don’t’ is a dip- off in the new hampshire of love, encores a new boyfriend.
Maybe instead of one of us reviewing it and the other one chiming in later, we should review it together? What a fantastic idea. I was thinking the exact same thing. After all, a game this size probably deserves two reviewers. It’s too bad we can’t split it in half, eh? I’m in June, about to rescue Rise.
Persona 4 Golden: The Kotaku Review
Apr 15, 10 I brought this game after going to the store for no ni kuni and coming to the conclusion that it was sold out. I never played a persona game before, but i read some positive reviews about Persona 4 golden and was in the mood for a good JRPG. Now we are 3 weeks further and it’s finished. I’ve spend nearly 85 hours on my first playtrough, and it was worth every second.
Persona reallyI brought this game after going to the store for no ni kuni and coming to the conclusion that it was sold out. Persona really sucked me up in his world.
Sep 19, · Well, “love” is quite strong word for it. But damn, this game was amazing. I loved every second of it. I found the story to be quite unusual considering it.
I would love to see the reactions if she dates Akirs. The rest of student body would have two reactions 1. Oh, so that’s the President’s type 2. The Student President is being blackmailed into dating that sack of shit Akira. I just dislike the fact that the game tells me I’m the leader of the Phantom Thieves but then praises Queen for most of the fucking game. It’s really obvious to see that she was favored by the developers, and for that reason we got in order.
Ryuji not showing his Social Link Development. Ann’s being put into the background until Shido’s palace in that god awful part. Oh, and Chuuni chess-player not being a phantom thief. I’m playing through Golden again, and I’m honestly curious as to why this happened. Makoto’s role would be similar to Naoto, but there is a clear difference.
Questions about Dating in Persona 4
Shin Megami Tensei and Persona Thread 2: Eternal Punishment For those wondering about the title: The series has many spin-offs, most notably Persona. The Persona games are JRPGs set in High School, modern times well, P1 is set in ’99 , and instead of demons the characters summon their “persona”, which is a symbolic manifestation of their “true self”, which happens to take the form of a SMT demon.
The more recent games of the Persona series including dating sim elements, which works much better than it sounds on paper. Persona has it’s own spin-offs, P4 Arena, and Persona Q.
I was told it gave me a high school sim, a dating sim, and a superhero-style game all rolled into one, with lots of dialogue options and sandboxy stuff and rich background activity and hey bonus, a talking cat.
I’m not sure if “privy” is the word to use here. Kishou the Badger said: If Chie ever gets a dream sequence in the story, could it please be about she and Shirou as the “good bad guys” in a high school themed fighting manga series going full back-to-back badasses against a veritable horde of delinquents? I mention this because I think this could be a potential gold mine for easy humorous moments and shout-outs.
Makes me wonder if this was Izanagi’s suggestion. It certainly looks like something a Persona representing the Fool S. There is also the fact that neither Chie and Yosuke are really cut out for discreet surveillance. Not unless someone else wants to more. I think it’s “Not if someone else wants to more” or maybe “Not unless someone else wants to stay more”. Also, what a wingman, that Yukiko. The hell was that?