Persona 3: Fes (PlayStation2 the Best)

Persona 3: Fes (PlayStation2 the Best)


Compatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)

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Atlus
Compatible With PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)
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In Persona 3, you play as a 17 year-old boy who's just transferred schools. Immediately after entering his dormitory, he comes under attack of a mysterious Shadow enemy. With his unique ability to switch Personas rather than just summoning a single creature, he ends up becoming leader of a special extracurricular force attempting.

Persona 3: Fes contains 30 hours of additional gameplay, set after the original ending with new cinematic sequences. The main storyline further includes some new events and a new "hard" difficulty setting. Also added have been 23 new Personas, a weapon synthesis system and a system for changing your characters' clothes.

ペルソナ3」に寄せられたユーザーからの多くの意見や、ネット上での反応などを見て様々な要素を詰め込んだ「ペルソナ3」ユーザーにとって「お祭り-フェスティバル」な内容となっているのが「ペルソナ3フェス」です。既に「ペルソナ3」購入済の方には、「アペンド版」を低価格でリリース。

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Original Name  ペルソナ3 フェス (PlayStation 2 the Best)
Official Release Date Aug 05, 2010
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0003052214
Catalog No.  SLPM-74277
Item Code  4984995900575
Players  1

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:5

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gogo (6) on 07, Jul. 2013 14:38 (HKT)
One of the best RPGs bestowed upon us.
With the Persona 3 movie coming out in fall 2013, finishing Episode Aigis(the epilogue that comes with P3FES) became a top priority for me. While I have played Persona 3 Portable, P3FES offers a more immersive RPG experience when compared the P3P's visual novel style. The inability to control your party members directly in P3FES adds to the challenge slightly, but it's not too difficult compared to the main Shin Megami Tensei series games.

With a story and gameplay this good, play it if you haven't already.
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Hayato01 (501) on 31, Dec. 2011 10:45 (HKT)
A new experience
just started playing and its very addicting
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naska1 (19) on 10, Sep. 2011 05:27 (HKT)
easy JRPG~
A simple, easy and exciting story

JRPG beginners can start with confidence
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Yuticq (19) on 15, Jul. 2011 23:40 (HKT)
Great!
Persona 3 is one of the best rpg I've ever played. The story is good. Game play is good. And soundtrack is totally great and awesome. In fact this game alone have made me into a fan of the series. If you never play Persona series before, you should try this game.
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penguinegg (63) on 25, Mar. 2011 09:47 (HKT)
Come...to the Velvet Room
Persona 3 was one of the games that I really just tried based on all the hype. I enjoy RPGs, so it is not surprising I drifted toward it, but I really knew nothing about this game. I didn't even know anything about how the gameplay specifics worked, so I was really in the dark. When I eventually played the game, I admit that it didn't fully live up to the hype, but I understood why it was so popular -- it's an engaging game that keeps you hooked.

The gameplay combined with the story is probably what makes this game so addicting. One of the big aspects of the game is its "social" aspect. Aside from standard dungeon exploration and battle, you also must take on student life and interact with classmates. It's interesting, but can be very overwhelming. Making friendships with certain characters will allow you to increase your "Social Link" which in turn strengthens your Persona and adds the possibility of more personas to be created. It's fun to try and interact with characters but it can definitely be a lot to handle. Each day is divided into Morning, After School and Evening, in which you can choose to do different things, whether that involves increasing your skills or increasing social links. So there are many different possibilities as to what you can do each day and players who feel they have to 100% games have to follow a very strict schedule to get all the social links. So in that sense, it is very overwhelming, but it is still fun.

The battle and dungeon exploration seem to only take a second seat to everything, since you are occasionally told by your friends to rest for a night rather than battle. The battle system is standard for a turn-based game but still enjoyable. The dungeon exploration on the other hand can be a little bland at times, but that is common in most RPGs.

The music in this game surprised me at first but the more I got used to it, the more fitting it seemed. There's quite a few memorable tracks in this game and I found myself listening to the music outside of playing the game. As for the sound, the battle effects are nice but nothing exciting. The voices are a lot better and allow you to empathize with the character.

Persona 3 is definitely a game that everyone should at least try, just to know why it was so widely praised. Whether you like the game or not is up to you, but it being such a unique experience in itself should at least provide some sort of entertainment value. To fully appreciate it, it's one of those games you really have to put time into and not just dismiss right away.
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