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Persona 4 (PS2 Classic) will release on the PSN this week

Did you miss Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 back when it released on the Playstation 2 in 2008? Don’t own a PS Vita to play the awesome Persona 4: Golden version that was released in 2012?

Well, I’ve got some good news! Atlus U.S.A. has announced that the PS2 version of Persona 4 will release on the PSN tuesday! They even stated that the game will release 3 days before the game events, so “super-dedicated players” will have the possibility to relive Persona 4 following the game calendar events!

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2013 Gaming in Review: What were the best games this year?

We can all agree that 2013 was a wonderful year for gaming. With all the awesome games releases, plus two new consoles, we had our hands full!

In this post, I’ll detail the best games I played this year as well as some others I have yet to enjoy. Of course, keep in mind that I didn’t play all of this year’s releases. For example, I still haven’t played The Last of Us or Grand Theft Auto V (shame on me!). But I’ve played plenty of other games, namely a lot of RPGs, and after telling you my best games of the year, I will want to know yours!

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[Vita Review] Persona 4: Golden

Inaba—a quiet town in rural Japan. A normal teenager arrives at the station to begin his year-long stay in the countryside, only to be welcomed by the news of a dead TV announcer. Shortly after, another body appears, mysteriously hung from the top of a telephone pole. The cause of death is unknown, with no leads on the suspect… As the peaceful community is thrown into turmoil, the urban youth and his classmates wander into a strange, surreal place covered by a thick fog…

Persona 4: Golden is a Japanese-RPG for the Playstation Vita developed by Atlus. This game is an enhanced port of “Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4″, a Playstation 2 game that was released in 2008.

This is the first game in the “Persona” series I ever played, and I’m very impressed by its huge scale -the story runs for almost a full year- and its very solid RPG mechanics. I’m around 50 hours in the game, haven’t finished my first playthrough yet, and I’m still amazed by how fun each moment spent in this game is!

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