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From the opening sequence, the P Studio has nailed making a Persona game in appearance and aesthetic; from the rocking intro to the serene start screen, everything looks and feels like a main numbered title. So far, the art style has been delightful, as familiar characters have been made into smaller, cuter models that still retain their original attitudes and facial expressions. In the first few cutscenes, the new voice acting is slightly different, but just like Golden and Arena, Atlus has c...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Persona Q: Shadows of the Labyrinth is a marriage of Atlus’ Persona 3 and 4 with Etrian Odyssey, called Sekaiju no MeiQ in Japan. Specifically, it’s a merge of the Persona characters into a world with mechanics inspired by the Etrian games. While it might seem like nothing more than an entertaining side-project, Persona Q creates a unique experience that gives a fresh perspective on the RPG franchise.The story of Persona Q takes place somewhere in between the two universes of Person...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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