Persona 3 Portable Drama CD Vol.1

Persona 3 Portable Drama CD Vol.1

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Original Name  ペルソナ3ポータブル ドラマCD Vol.1
Official Release Date Aug 25, 2010
Artist Marina Inoue, Megumi Toyoguchi, Wataru Hatano
Genre Video Game Soundtrack
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0003089240
Catalog No.  FCCT-116
Item Code  4562207979160


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slivers7 (4) on 17, Oct. 2010 00:28 (HKT)
The theme is:
IF you're a P3 fan (especially fans of the japanese voice actors), you know you're going to get this CD regardless of what your wallet says!

For the rest of the world that might hesitate slightly, do read further so that you can decide if you want to increase your fan-level and buy this CD.

The main stage is a "matsuri" festival that the party members decide to visit, and most of the dialogue focuses on vocal interaction between the characters, which means yes, it's really mostly the characters hanging out and talking with each other as they visit stalls found at the festival. You do get to hear the FeMC (neutrally named as "Leader" here) say more dialogue than simply "Persona!" in battles, which is a draw-point for some. The new P3P characters, including Theodor, do also appear here and there in various scenes with a more prominent presence. And Elizabeth gives a fantastic performance of elder-sister-style teasing... do we hear a taser somewhere? ;P

Some points to note (could be a plus or minus, depending on your viewpoint):

-the original characters from P3 are back, with their distinctive and very recognizable voices! On the other hand, the new characters (excepting Theodor) mostly have rather generic voice-styles, which, although expected for their assigned roles, does make it somewhat hard to identify who is who, especially for the untrained ear.

-if you're not used to japanese speech patterns and the rate of speaking, some of the more intense-dialogue parts will leave you lost quite easily.

-the mood is laidback, the pace mostly relaxed, and there's not much exciting stuff (no battles out of nowhere!) happening. But then there's "Girls' Talk"...

-interesting events are sparsely scattered in between, with the highlight event involving a "geta"~wooden clog, and some gallant heroism of the every-day kind.

-the FeMC is referred to as "Leader" during all the dialogue, so at least you know what to put down as the default name now. :)

If the above doesn't really pique your interest in the slightest, then listening to the contents won't make you feel like you've made a worthwhile purchase.

Otherwise, there's no reason to hold back. Even if the first listen-through doesn't leave you impressed, on re-runs, you'll likely find some new insights that you didn't catch onto previously!
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