Blistered Reviews: Persona 4 Dancing All Night

Shaun checks out the latest Persona spin-off & determines if you should boogie on down, down, down, down with it.

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5 Comments on "Blistered Reviews: Persona 4 Dancing All Night"

Heart-Lightning
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And thus the Persona 4 milking FINALLY comes to an end. Geez Atlus, you make the FF7 compilations look like a saint by comparison. Hell, I find it hilarious that people were getting pissy over FF13-2 and LR when Persona 4 was making an anime to the remake to the game that has an anime.

Such a waste of game that could have been used to make something else.

Nenilein
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Heya, and welcome to your tiny introduction to: Reality! Where we explain to you that: *) Atlus, due to not marketing enough, almost went under after the release of Person 4 (a game they had already cut corners on left and right due to almost being broke at the time), which resulted in the company ceasing to exist as a company after being bought out by Index. *) After Index bought out Atlus and reduced them to a brand, Index started doing something Atlus had never been good at before: Actually MARKETING their stuff. This resulted in the Persona 4… Read more »
Blanchimont
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The difference between Persona 4 and FF7 additions is that P4 actually did quite a good job on most of their games because they got other developers who knew what they were doing to create the games for them. Square-Enix attempted to make most of their games themselves and the results were not that great, especially when they were trying to make the most out of their new game engine by making as many games as possible. Their movies also leave much more to be desired. Out of the mess that were the FF13 projects, I felt 13-2 was actually… Read more »
MidnightScreeningsman2014
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MidnightScreeningsman2014

I don’t usually watch these videos(but I want to) but I mainly watched this one cause my friend and favorite female on channel awesome is a big fan of this series and was a bit skeptical on if the game would be good or not(thankfully I think she’ll like it). Thanks for the review and I can’t dance but you’ll mainly find me at a school dance cause I like to see pretty girls there(like the usual teenage boy does,OBVIOUSLY)!!!!

Nenilein
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There’s some minor errors in the review (The Persona series is 15 years old, not 10, and P4D’s story is set in fall, *after* P4G’s epilogue; Yu even briefly mentions that Kanji had to bleach his hair back to blonde again for the show.) But all in all, it’s a good review. I think the premise isn’t as hard to swallow if you actually the type to read into the Jungian backgrounds of the series, since the “dance expression”-use of the Persona is actually much, MUCH closer to how a Persona is *supposed* to work in Jung’s writing than to… Read more »
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