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Persona 4: The Animation
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4
I know a lot of people weren’t fond of this anime adaptation of one of the most beloved JRPGs ever made, but I personally found it decent. At the very least, I enjoyed just spending time with its cast of characters again. Plus, it certainly had some kick-ass moments of its own, like this one. Continue reading
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Project X Zone
Project X Zone 2
Solatorobo: Red the Hunter
Street Fighter V
What better way to round up this month of Project X Zone 2 rambling than a wish list of characters for a possible sequel? Back in 2014, the chances of my new favourite crossover game getting a sequel seemed pretty slim. Now, though, the odds seem slightly stronger, with producer Kensuke Tsukanaka even saying he wants to continue the series.
Hopefully, we won’t have to wait long for a third title but I’m optimistic (or maybe just delusional) that it will happen, and when it does, I’ll have my fingers crossed that at least some of these characters will make an appearance.
My only rules are that they have to be brand new characters (so no characters that appeared in either PXZ or Namco X Capcom), no characters that were already on the previous list I did and they have to be from Capcom, Sega, Bandai Namco or Nintendo IPs. Continue reading
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Persona 4: Dancing All Night
Last week, I wrote a review on the rhythm-action game spin-off Persona 4: Dancing All Night, and while I did touch on the music itself, I kind of wanted to go a bit deeper into it. Like I said in the review, one of my favourite aspects was the dances themselves. Getting to see these characters busting a groove really brings a smile to my face. Combine that with the music itself and you’ve got something that helps give Dancing All Night its own uniqueness and makes it an even more enjoyable game.
So, just because I want to, here’s a quick list of my ten favourite tracks from the game, complete with the dances themselves. Continue reading