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Submitted by Lavalamp 744d ago | review

Review: Persona 4: Golden Shines Brightly On PlayStation Vita | Siliconera

Siliconera: "Even though I knew how the mystery would unfold, I loved returning to Inaba. Persona 4: Golden’s brilliant blend of high school life and good old dungeon crawling is engaging." (Persona 4 Golden, PS Vita) -

DivineAssault  +   744d ago
i love my vita.. I havent even got around to Ragnarok Odyssey yet & this already incoming soon..
izumo_lee  +   744d ago
Props to all the reviewers who are giving this game the scores it truly deserves. The original game was a game that does not come around often that offers so much in terms of gameplay & atmosphere.

I am extremely happy to know that the Vita version still has that 'IT' factor that made it so memorable. It is unfortunate that the original came out so late in the PS2 lifespan that many missed this gem due to next gen consoles coming out.

So here is your chance to relive or experience for the first time what a great JRPG...correction a great game truly is.
Hanso  +   744d ago
cant wait

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