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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth - Nintendo 3DS Standard Edition

by Atlus
Nintendo 3DS
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews) 15 answered questions 83 / 100

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  • Classic Characters, New Story!: Persona Q has an all-new adventure that pulls in the classic characters from Persona 3 and Persona 4.
  • First Persona title ever to be on a Nintendo platform: Users will roam through a 3D labyrinth and use the system's touchscreen to chart their course, marking dangers, treasures, and more along the way.
  • More of what Persona Fans Want...: One of the most popular aspects of the Persona games are the stories behind the characters, and Persona Q provides new depth and insight on two games' worth of beloved characters!

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Edition: Standard
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5 x 0.8 inches ; 4.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 25, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,843 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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The Persona series, renowned for its caliber of high-quality storytelling, gameplay scenarios, and worldly views, is unlike any other. And Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth will be the first RPG in the Persona series since 2008. The most recent in the series is Persona 4, which was so popular it spawned several spin-off titles and still has one of the most fervently loyal fanbases to date. Persona Q also draws on the Etrian Odyssey series, with its own growing core of engaged gamers drawn to its unique playability and map-making mechanic. Persona Q takes the best parts of these two long-running RPG series and creates a monumental new experience for the Nintendo 3DS.

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not Everything You Might Want But a Welcome Addition December 5, 2014
This game is not a regular Persona game for the 3DS. That has to be put out there before continuing. There is no social gaming, no year-long adventure, no exploring outside the dungeons (labyrinth), no nothing. It's a very bare bones experience. Instead, what you do have is a whole lot of dungeon crawling and fan service (err, not that kind). This isn't lethal to the whole experience and if you go in with your expectations tempered in advance then you'll find yourself having a fun time re-entering the world of Persona 3 & Persona 4 and enjoying the character interactions that were the best thing about those games.

The gameplay in this game owes little to Persona and everything to Etrian Odyssey. Those games feature a similar dungeon system, the same basic controls, and the same lack of options. They're also by Atlus, so it's not that surprising that they would copy their own system for this game. The way the dungeons work is this: you walk around in first person mode moving one square at a time using the directional button. The analog stick only allows you to look from side to side. After a certain amount of moving you will be attacked (you generally have warning when this is about to happen) and the game switches to a combat system not that dissimilar to the regular Persona one except that you have to manage which players are in the back row and which are in the front.

There are also big monsters (F.O.E.s, short for the atrociously ungrammatical fusis oikein eidolon, or creature to live in ghost. Yikes) who you should really avoid wandering around. These show up on your screen.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Newness Neets Nostalgia December 16, 2014
Get ready for crossovers, map-making and some good ol' fashioned dungeon crawling in this new entry into the Persona series! Let me start by saying I have long been a fan of Atlus and first discovered and fell in love with Persona about three years ago when I played Persona 3 Portable for PSP (an amazing JRPG game if you haven't tried it!). Now, what do you need to know about this game? I strongly suggest before playing this game you play at least one of the Persona titles for the multiple other consoles that are out in order to familiarize yourself, otherwise you may be a bit lost since the game definitely kind of counts on fans already having some prior knowledge of the series and characters.

For me, I'm familiar with the cast of Persona 3, which is one of the two groups included in this game (so playing either Persona 3 or Persona 4 first would help any newcomers who are curious). The other characters are the cast of the game Persona 4 and the subsequent Persona 4 spin-offs, which I have never played. I don't think playing one or the other puts you at a disadvantage or gives you any sort of advantage, it just kind of helps you better understand the characters' vivid personality and adds more hilarity to the cut-scene antics. If you know your favorite cast inside and out, it becomes even funnier when something silly happens! For example, two characters shrinking themselves by drinking a magic potion and then proceeding to have a slap-fight, complete with Chipmunk-voiced trash talking. LOL
You start by choosing one of two main characters, either from P3 or P4 ( I recommend choosing the one you're most familiar), and until you reach the final floor of the first dungeon you will NOT get a chance to play as or interact with the other set of characters.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth Getting Lost In January 18, 2015
By Elias
Where would quirky Japanese games be in America be without the Persona series? The popularity of Atlus’ flagship spin-off to the larger Megami Tensei series opened up the floodgate for dozens upon dozens of weird, niche titles that now commonly populate store shelves. Yet very few achieve the level of success, let alone the quality, found in the seminal franchise.

Something about the seamless blend of randomized dungeon crawling and dating sim mechanics just works, and has worked ever since the series as we know it was born with Persona 3. But can the characters and stylistic choices from both that game and its wildly popular sequel succeed outside their element? In short? Yes.

Developed by the same internal team who brought you the notoriously difficult Etrian Odyssey series, Persona Q is a first-person dungeon crawler that operates largely in the same way as that franchise. Players go through preset dungeons, drawing the map as they go along, and run into frequent random battles. Each floor of a dungeon has large enemies (called FOEs here) that run amok and shouldn’t be engaged until one has long since mastered that dungeon.

But despite the core similarities to the Etrian games, I can’t help but feel that Persona Q is a far more polished, organized and overall more fun experience. I think part of that lies in the sense of progression and organization. Instead of a large open world populated with several, several dungeons, there’s a small hub world and five dungeons.

While that may seem a bit scant, each dungeon will take you an upwards of 10 hours at the very least, and that’s just on first clearing. Expect plenty of returns to levels both to grind and to take care of FOEs.
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