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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 849d ago | review

Persona 4 Golden Review - The Digital Fix

Taking the role of a high school student you are ripped from the big city and thrown into the provincial city of Inaba. Almost immediately the rural tranquillity is shattered by a grisly murder, and it quickly becomes apparent that it’s up to you and your Scooby-gang to kick off an investigation and start saving lives. That’s not all though, as soon you soon hear rumours of the Midnight Channel, a show that appears at midnight on rainy days and seemingly predicts who will be targeted next in our expanding mystery. Oh, and the killer’s favoured method is to throw people through TV screens into another world where their inner selves become their worst enemy. Include the obligatory combat, levelling and collection exercises and you’ve got a JRPG to be proud of. (Persona 4 Golden, PS Vita) 10/10

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