I pretty much watched the endurance run from part 20 and up all the way to the end. And recently I've just got a playing field for persona as I'm currently playing through persona 3 portable on the PSP (which is going awesome so far), so my question is this. Did Vinny and Jeff miss anything BIG in the game that would make me want to pick this game up? Even though I have already seen the ending and such.
I'm thinking of picking up Persona 4 but theres a catch...
its possible to max them all, but a guide is needed to get the best responses, best scheduling, maxing stats etc. the social link part is the thing i enjoyed the most in persona 3 and 4. i still play p4 occasionally bec i havent max all the social links. also changed clubs from the 1st playthrough to 2nd since they have diff. storylines
I started playing it mid-through their run and finished after they did. Was still fun, and like people have said, you're going to have diff't social links at the very least, and you can have different strategies in terms of your planning for when you go do stuff, like do you grind today, do homework tonight, enter the meat dimension, s-link, whatever. It'll be your personal experience.
Dammit, Atlus, release this on PSP pretty please.
Eh, I liked the game enough to go through a second run. In fact, your post just enticed me to boot it up again.
I picked the Soccer one in my first playthrough, and the Basketball one in the second. I picked Drama both times since the band girl just seems kinda...yeah...
I was watching the endurance run as it was happening and I think they were past Kanji's dungeon, maybe even in Rise's... But I still got Persona 4. And even caught up and passed the endurance run.
i checked gamefaqs too. i really wanted to max out some of the social links in the 1st playthrough so I could unlock the erequivalent ultimate persona. im sort of a completionist when it comes to rpg games. i also didnt want to miss some things.
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