Persona 3 portable dating multiple girls

Looking at , the only game in the series that allows players to be a boy or girl, may explain his perspective.The definitive, Play Station Portable-exclusive version of that game allowed players to choose whether the silent hero was male or female, with minor variations between the two paths.So maybe don’t bother reading this unless you have.

Unless I’m crazy, I would say it looks just like the Roman numeral XXII. Anyone who knows even two sentences of information about the Persona series knows that the tarot is one of its key themes, even going back as far as the old Persona games on the Playstation.

And as Igor tells you near the beginning of P3, you, the player character, are 0, “The Fool”, the card that represents infinite possibilities (or something.) If you take a closer look at the tarot, however, you’ll find that The Fool is categorized both as Arcana 0 and Arcana XXII.

Rio, for example, is the captain of the tennis/volleyball team (the only female sports teams at the school, apparently) with a longing for one of the male protagonist’s social link friends.

Even characters who were talked about but never had lines in the old P3 make an appearance in the course of these new social links. (Unfortunately, you can’t really date the girls as a girl – no same-sex relations in the world of Persona.) These new social links, and the additions to the old ones, help make P3P feel like a fresh experience.

They also make me remember how unlikeable some of those characters were, like creepy fuck Kenji shown above, or like main cast character Yukari, who honestly is annoying (but entirely realistic! 3) Your teachers are still incompetent One of the common threads running through P3 and P4 (and P5? Who can forget the extremely crabby Japanese-with-a-New-York-accent Mr. Kashiwagi, who came pretty close to showing her cooch to the entire class on her very first day?

Even the less central teachers get weird personalities, though, and P3P continues that trend.It’s a wonder that P3’s Gekkoukan High and P4’s Yasoinaba High keep hiring these dipshit teachers – only a few stand out as competent. 4) There’s a Ken Amada social link now, and it gets weird If you played either P3 on the PS2, you probably remember Ken Amada. There are spoilerish reasons for why an elementary school student is on your high school shadow monster battle squad, so I won’t go into them.The important point here is that Ken is a little kid.With the series’ increasing popularity overseas and with all kinds of players, Hashino’s comments feel especially archaic — and disappointing.Note: I just realized that none of this post makes any sense unless you’ve played Persona 3 already.whatever) isn’t something most people would look at twice. But there something significant about it: it’s a mark of her identity.

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