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Persona 4 Arena Review: Fighting and RPG beautifully combined.

Hello everyone, and welcomed back to my esteemed blog.  For quite some time I have been praying for a fighting game that would have more to it than just kill the opponent.  I prayed for something with a little more depth.  Atlus and Arc System Works have thankfully answered my prayers with the new collaborated title Persona 4 Arena.

Graphics:  From the moment you turn the game on the graphics and anime cutscenes never fail to impress.  The animation is clean and crisp and the in game graphics are smooth.  A definite 2D fighter gem.  Score: 9/10

Gameplay: Keep in mind folks, this is not a fighting game where the only objective is beat, smash, and kill senselessly.  This fighting game actually has a very in depth story to it.  Don’t expect to beat this in a day with all the characters.  The story takes place two months after the Inaba murder mysteries in Persona 4.  The fighting engine is clean and fast paced.  The new quick combo feature is a nice way for beginners to dive right in without the intimidation of those tournament level pros.          Score: 9.5/10

Sound:  Shoji Meguro does a good job of blending in some classic tracks from Persona 3 and 4, along with a few remixes.  I can’t get the Arena version of Reach Out to The Truth out of my head.  Score: 9.5/10

Final Score: 9.5/10


Persona 4 Arena: The RPG franchise turned fighting game.

Hello andImage welcome to my esteemed video game blogs.  This was just a little bit of info for some of you Shin Megami Tensei fans out there.  Atlus has announced a release date of August 2012 for Persona 4 Arena for the Playstation 3 and XBOX 360 game console.  P4A is a fighting game from Atlus in collaboration with Arc System Works, the company responsible for the BlazBlue series.  It features mainly characters and villains from the Persona 4 RPG.

For fighting fans out there who love the Persona series and vice versa, this game is definitely worth a pick up.

Click here to watch a video of the gameplay footage.

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