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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 - Record Breaker Review

The Threat In Our Stars.

Devil Survivor Record Breaker

HIGH Assembling the right power builds for my team and demons.

LOW Not knowing whether I gained any favor from dialog scenes.

WTF Hard to believe all these flip-phones seemed like the future less than five years ago...

Persona Q: Shadows of the Labyrinth Review

The Q stands for Awesome

Persona Q

HIGH A perfect blend of two outstanding franchises.

LOW A game this good deserves better hardware than the current 3DS.

WTF Meat jelly?!?

Persona 4 Arena: Ultimax Review

Bore-sona

Persona 4 Ultimax

HIGH That intro really got me pumped to play.

LOW I have absolutely no recollection of who Marie is.

WTF It's obvious the pillars are going up, not down.

Persona 4 Golden Second Opinion

It's The Japanese Scooby Doo Gang!

Persona 4 Golden Review Screenshot

HIGH Engaging plot, fantastic combat and amazing soundtrack.

LOW When the game comes to an end, repeated dungeon environments.

WTF Reminds me of a harem anime I watched once.

Shin Megami Tensei IV Review

Fafnir, I Choose You!

Shin Megami Tensei IV Screenshot

HIGH Blowing away a boss well above my level in a single turn with some well-chosen elemental attacks, timely smirks, and a lucky crit.

LOW My previous try at that boss, where my ally's poor choice of elemental attack caused the boss to smirk and wipe my party with just two attacks.

WTF Is that a penis demon? I think it's a penis demon.

SMT IV, Steamworld Dig and Orange is the New Black

Shin Megami Tensei IV Screenshot

Although I count myself a Shin Megami Tensei a fan in general, I had some hesitation about jumping into SMT IV on 3DS. I haven't been the biggest fan of the portable SMTs and nothing about the previews was really grabbing me. However, the Nintendo offer of $30 eShop credit when combined with purchase of Fire Emblem: Awakening (which I already had, and loved) was too much to resist, especially since I had a couple of games to trade in for credit.

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner—Soul Hackers Review

A Blast from Mega Ten's Past

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner—Soul Hackers Screenshot

HIGH Finally getting some of the hard-to-catch demons to join your squad.

LOW Navigating first-person dungeons can be challenging, even with a map.

WTF This game is one giant WTF moment—in a good way.

Persona 4: Golden Review

A Year in the Life of Horny, Magical Teenagers

Persona 4: Golden Screenshot

HIGH The Mystery Gang mocking their own corny "Persona!" cries while plastered.

LOW Cut-and-paste dungeons.

WTF Marie's "poetry."

Persona 4: Arena Review

Old Friends Return in a Most Unexpected Fashion

Persona 4: Arena Screenshot

HIGH Labrys' elegant, touching story.

LOW The white story text can sometimes be hard to read.

WTF I forgot how much I missed these characters until Arena reminded me.

Persona 4: Arena is wow

Persona 4: Arena Screenshot

First, a disclaimer—this is NOT a review. Just saying. So, Persona 4: Arena... like, WOW. As someone who wasn't really a fan of the BlazBlue fighting games, I wasn't overly excited about the thought of those devs taking one of the best Japanese role-playing games from the last decade (if not the last... ever) and making a fighting game out of it, but I just received a review copy and I've been playing it for the last few days.

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