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Submitted by Benke 347d ago | review

Persona 4: Arena review | Gamereactor UK

GR-UK writes: "In short, without getting lost in the world of nostalgia, Persona 4: Arena is a total triumph. As a fighting game it's intense, fast, frantic, spectacular, with a simple yet very deep combat system and, although it has only a few characters, these are very different from each other, which makes it attractive to experiment with them and to find a favorite. As a Persona series game, it superbly plays the trick of nostalgia, makes excellent use of the two universes present (P3 and P4) and provides us with a long, deep story, full of surprises and with different endings for the characters. Although it must be said that one story you can only fully enjoy if you've played the two previous instalments. So much that, if you did, you can and should add one more point to that review score." (Persona 4: Arena, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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