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Submitted by RadicalDreamer 1280d ago | opinion piece

Gameroni: Top 21 in 2010 - 12) Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable

2010 was a busy year and it saw the release of a bunch of great games. Staff and regular freelance contributors at Gameroni had the opportunity to play a wide variety of titles over the past 12 months and together we've compiled a list of 21 of our favorite games from the period. These are the ones that had the biggest impact on us, not necessarily the industry as a whole. We're sharing that list with you now, one title per day over a period of three weeks. Though there's only a loose order to this list, in general you can know that we liked games more as we work toward the number one selection.

Joseph Gieske writes: "Persona 3 was my favorite game of 2007. The very next year I devoured the extended version, Persona 3 FES. The fact that Persona 3 Portable represents the third time I've experienced this excellent RPG is the only reason it doesn't sit higher on this list." (PSP, Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable)

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