Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Review - NZGamer

Persona and Etrian Odyssey are a match made in Heaven. The series’ have a lot of similarities: both are dungeon crawler role-playing games, with turn-based battle systems that place a strong emphasis on striking enemies’ weak points. But they also have their unique qualities. Persona is heavily story driven, with some of the most interesting characters and captivating stories ever seen in the Japanese RPG genre. Etrian Odyssey’s focus, meanwhile, is on exploration, with the use of a touchscreen-based map that you draw as you go at the core of the experience.

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