all vegan food is tax free / government subsidized / w/e
all parents are legally restrained from speaking to or come in physical contact with their children
all parents required to pay perpetuity to each kid for life
minimum age requirement lifted (for working)
voting age requirement lowered to 12 if not lower
homework illegal, teachers who break this get fined or jailed
schools reformed so that they actually prepare students rather than learning history or reading fiction
school no longer mandatory
sale of alcoholic beverages banned to those who have yet to drink. Those who did drink before the ban was implemented will receive a permit allowing them to fuel their habit. I call it Prohibition 2.0. Do the same for cigarettes.
prisons are reformed and there will be no more "tossing the salad"
length of criminal sentences drastically reduced
teaching religion to kids illegal as is making them enter a place of worship.
suicide both legalized and government-facilitated. We don't need no people jumping in front of trains.
And this is why I'm glad no one in this thread is in a position to make any changes listed here possible.
@living4theday258: Around GB? Perhaps (you can thank the ER for that). However, there are a lot of people that preferred P3's darker atmosphere over P4's happier one. I put in 200~ hours (fuuuuuuuuuuuuck) into P4/P4G, but I can't deny the appeal of a Mitsuru or some of the other social links in P3.
If Atlus manages to take the best parts of FES, mash them with the best parts P4 and incorporate some fresh stuff of their own into P5, we'll be looking at a beautiful JRPG.
Or it could be completely ass and fall short of everyone's ridiculous expectations. I can see it going both ways, really.
it wasn't the atmosphere of persona 4 i disliked. it was repetitiveness of it:
person goes missing.
go rescue person.
Still no idea who's doing it.
and it does that about 7 or 8 times. Unless the game changes after Naoto's dungeon I dont think ill finish persona 4