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Submitted by CraigGOA 936d ago | review

AAG: Persona 4 Arena Playstation 3 Review

AAG's Tyler Chancey writes: "Persona 4 Arena can easily be dismissed as a game meant specifically for one very specific type of gamer. Atlus’ Persona franchise, a JRPG series whose last two installments were on the PS2 around the time the PS3 was getting its footing can be seen sitting on some people’s Top 10 of All Time lists, has been given the Fighting game treatment by Arc System Works, the development team responsible for the Guilty Gear and Blazblue series. Both developers and franchises are known for their products to be niche to say the least, between a fighting game with a story mode and a group of cult JRPGs from last generation, not to mention the fact that their titles have some of the most aggressive difficulty curves ever. But subject matter and history aside, does Persona 4 Arena still engage purely on its own merits?" (Persona 4: Arena, PS3) 8.5/10

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