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Persona 4 The Golden

Persona 4 The Golden
alaScore 91

14 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Vita Games the Persona 4 The Golden is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 14 reviews)

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Persona 4 Golden: Worth its weight in, well, you know

 

Not often can a game earnestly tout itself as a nigh-perfect package of gameplay, audiovisual presentation and narrative and, even if it can, there is usually some other critical flaw that it faces that sadly mars the overall experience. But, once in a...

Great story, great battles, great additions

New voice acting and aesthetic may not be all positive

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Persona 4 Golden

 

In the little rural town of Inaba murder is afoot. Mysterious deaths, lacking possible explanations in the how and why are somehow tied to an unnatural fog that's begun to seep in. Rumors are stirring up, both of the murders themselves and the Midnight...

And while technically sound, even with its enhancements Persona 4 Golden is still a port of a PS2 game. There was only so much the system can do, so if you’re expecting something that will utilize the potential of the Vita, you won’t find that here....

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Persona 4 Golden Review

 

One of the best PS2 JRPGs just arrived on the Vita. Does Persona 4 hold up four years later?

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Persona 4 Golden Review

 

A wealth of new content and gameplay additions make a modern role-playing classic better than ever in Persona 4 Golden.

Distinctive mix of resource management and role playing ; Memorable characters and fantastic dialogue ; Makes a substantial number of improvements to the interface and combat ; Lots of new locations and events give great incentive for old fans to...

Takes a few hours to get going

The story and socialization elements are only one portion of the game, however. You spend a lot of time exploring the TV world, as well. As the game progresses, the TV world expands to include numerous dungeons and monsters created from the dark,...

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Persona 4 Golden Review: As Good As... Yeah

 

Atlus ensures that you can't, won't, and shouldn't go anywhere without its lustrous RPG.

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Persona 4: Golden Shines Brightly On PlayStation Vita

 

Persona 4: Golden begins almost exactly like the PlayStation 2 game. You, a gray-haired teen from the city, hop on a train to Inaba. Your uncle Dojima, a police officer, and jingle loving cousin Nanako are waiting at the station to pick you up.

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Persona 4 Arena Review: A Beautiful Mix of Accessibility and Depth

 

A great fighter, but mysteriously missing some basic features.

Earlier this year I traveled toJapan to stream a major fighting gametournament called KVO: The Ultimate Battle that featured Persona4:Arena. While I knew beforehandthat the game was very popular inarcades there, I had no idea that people from all walks...

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Persona 4 Arena Review

 

Persona 4 Arena melds Arc System Works' fighting pedigree with Atlus's famous RPG franchise. The result? Something incredibly fun.

And that's the real hook, the strange alchemy that transforms a deep, rewarding RPG into an equally deep and rewarding fighting game. To watch or play a fight in Persona 4 Arena is to behold the impossible. It weaves the majesty and imagination of one...

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Persona 4 Arena

 

Never in a million years would I have dreamed that I'd be playing a fighter based on a dungeon crawling role-playing game. Yet here I am, button mashing to call forth my Persona every few seconds, then plowing through countless dialogue boxes to follow...

Everyone wins with Persona 4 Arena. This dream collaboration between Atlus and Arc System Works brings us a game that will easily stand out even in the crowded fighting game segment. It's also sure to serve as a gateway drug for both RPG and fighting...

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Persona 4: Golden Review

 

We take a look at the most anticipated Vita game of the year. Find out how it turned out in our full review.

Improved visuals ; Incredible, well written storyline ; Deep gameplay ; Outstanding voice acting and music ; Cool special features

Stages are very plain

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