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Submitted by Games_R_Us 585d ago | review

Persona 4 Golden Playstation Vita Review - All Age Gaming

Tyler from AAG writes "Chances are you didn’t hear about Persona 4 when it originally came out in North America in 2008, or in Europe in 2009. It came out on the Playstation 2 around the time Sony’s next-generation console finally got its feet under it with the solid releases such as Heavenly Sword and Metal Gear Solid 4. Despite critical acclaim, the game didn’t exactly catch on as much as it could have. However, Atlus has taken its time and have re-released this infamous JRPG as Persona 4 Golden, with some extra bells and whistles nonetheless, for Sony’s Playstation Vita. The final product I can easily declare with confidence might just be the best thing for the big black handheld released this year." (Persona 4 Golden, PS Vita) 9.5/10

TongkatAli  +   585d ago
These reviews are scary for Persona 4. Like dammmm, so many good reviews, have to buy this one.
Danbruno1310  +   585d ago
Great game but running around dungeon graffics are sooo dated. Minus point fiver out of a ten spot for serious.
kingdavid  +   585d ago
Improves as you go on though. The castle looks bad but the latter dungeons look better.

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