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The game was bought as a Christmas present. It did not work at all on my son's UK 3DS as it was a USA region cartridge which does not work on UK systems. This was not made clear at the time of purchase. Returned for a refund.
I tried to order this game twice only to receive defective cartridges both times. It's frustrating because both copies said that they had been tested and worked in their descriptions. Upon doing some research, I discovered that first-run copies of the game are known to have defective cartridges that can fail over time, so buyer beware. In the case of the first cartridge, it wouldn't even launch the game. It just said that the game cartridge, which was seemingly in perfect condition, could not be read. I even tried cleaning it myself, but it didn't help. I tried out my other games to rule out it being a problem with my 3DS and my other games all work fine. Then I tried the game on my sister's 3DS and it was also unable to read the game, so it's not a problem with my system, but with the game itself. The second one I ordered would launch from the 3DS menu, but then it would crash as soon as it displayed the 3DS logo. I ended up returning both copies.
Although I normally prefer the good old physical copies of my video games, I now plan to purchase the digital version of this particular game. It's better than wasting money on a game whose hardware has been known to fail over time like a ticking time bomb.
I will admit, I'm a Persona fanboy. Persona 4 was my favorite game ever (up until P5 happened), while P3 came really close to that spot. So I'm kind of biased towards this one, seeing how it's a cross over between those two. I apologize, I can't help it. I'll start with gameplay, but I won't get too specific so this doesn't go for too long. I've never played an Etrian Odyssey game (the base for this one's gameplay) before, but if this is what they're like, I really gotta track 'em down 'cause this really good. The combat is difficult (even on Normal difficulty) but feels fair (most of the time at least, I'm looking at you Evil Spirit's Club), and the dungeon exploration is made far more interesting as the game requires the player to draw their own maps on the touch screen, whilst also solving various puzzles and avoiding traps. I know the map thing sounds horrible, but believe me when I say that it slowly grows on as time goes by. I will say that while the gameplay is fun, this style of gameplay CAN get a bit tedious over long play sessions for people new to the genre, so keep that in mind. As for the story/characters, it's great, but somewhat flawed. First off, if you haven't played both Persona 3 and Persona 4, don't even bother touching this one. 60% of the dialogue is made up of references or in-jokes from those two games. Plus, the game assumes that the player played those games before and dives into some pretty heavy spoilers quite often. The actually story behind it very odd, as it manages to somehow be both predictable, and shocking at the same time. I'll stop there though. The characters though, that's perhaps where the game is at it's weakest. While the characters are still fun, recognizable, and charming as can be, due to somewhat large roster (with about 24 characters in one small space, and all but 6 of them being playable), some of the characters personalities and quirks were simplified and exaggerated to make them stand out more among the crowd, leaving a few of them (Teddie, Chie, Akihiko, and Theodore in particular) feeling somewhat shallow and poorly written. It can be bothersome to the people who liked those characters in their original games, but the game gives somewhat equal screen time to everyone in the cast, so it isn't too noticeable. I'll stop here. I promise.
Really fun game and haven't stopped playing it since I got it. The story is really nice and love the fact that it has characters from both Persona 3 and 4. If you don't know much about the characters then no worries because they tell you about them in the game. I would recommend this game to you if you like turn based and dungeon crawling. Unlike other games where the map is given to you, this game will require you to draw and mark it as you explore the labyrinths (Don't need to but makes your life easier), so it is something to consider but I like it. They did include quests into this game like Persona 3 & 4. The soundtrack is amazing and made me wish I bought the premium edition as it includes the soundtrack in the set. If you really like the Persona series or want to try out a new game, I would really recommend this to you and it was worth my money and time.
Es un excelente juego de RPG. Su twist es que se trata del subgenero de dungeon crawling lo que lo hace muy entretenido. Definitivamente no creo que un jugador que no sea apasionado del genero RPG lo disfrute. Es dificil, hasta los enemigos comunes son capaz de destrozarte si no te preparas. No es necesario conocer a los personajes de la saga Persona para disfrutar el juego, aunque el hacerlo le da un plus.
Buen titulo spin off de la serie Persona, aunque no tiene la calidad con las que cuenta los títulos de la serie principal, pero es bastante entretenido y seguramente les dará muchas horas de entretenimiento.
No es como los demás juegos de la saga Persona, pero es divertido. Puede llegar a ser dificil o confuso para algunos si no estas familiarizado con este tipo de juegos (Dungeon crawler en primera persona)