- Oct 25, 2017
Persona 6 on a rural college campus pls
I just want to understand the level of new stuff and how much was upgraded. I noticed there was a new Confident ♪♪ with Akechi that has me very curious.
As someone who played and loved P3 and P4 before P5, 5 really is an incredible experience. The 100 hours seems daunting but before you know it you're addicted. Glad to hear you're loving it. I played it for the first time last December/January and it's now my runner-up GOAT.Persona 5 is my first committed experience with the series. I love it. Stayed up way too late making my way to the tower in the first dungeon. Just wanted to stop by and share my appreciation for this game. Time just melts away. I love the battle system, ending scene and music. I love how all the characters introduced are really getting their own spotlight to be fleshed out. I love the manifestation of personality displayed in the first dungeon. Great game.
One thing I can say against the tier-3s is that they seem to completely ignore the tier-2s' designs(which admittedly didn't have the best reception) in favour of building on the originals'.Sad that Popemobile loses the transformer aspect.
I feel like that new art must be part of a larger image though. The poses don't really look like they were drawn to be standalone, similar to how they're using the box art renders separately for other promo stuff.
With the exception of Ryuji, I didn't like the upgraded persona's
That's actually pretty convincing, especially assuming the thieves areAfter experiencing a drastic change, going back to your roots and developing what made you initially you, but in a more mature way can be definitely seen as an illustration of personal growth, especially in a cast of teenagers. Though I agree it would be better if they also retained some aspects of their second tier personas.
And now you've proven that growth is neither predictable nor linear.
Exactly. You don't have to uproot yourself to grow. In fact that tends to do more harm.Character growth doesn't have to be about someone radically changing their life and leaving everything behind. Yukiko is actually a good example of growth through self-reflection. It's true that on the superficial level she's in the same place at the end but her mentality and entire attitude about it change completely.