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10:23 PM on 03.22.2013

Pixie The Fairy says:

Shortblog: All the Personas!


Well, I said I wasn't going to do Persona games in my little RPG adventure this year, but then I got that Vita, picked up Persona 4 Golden with it and now all the other Persona games went on sale on PSN with the exception of Eternal Punishment - but I got that, too.

So now that's another few things to do.



Now that Fire Emblem is mostly done and there's just the DLC and some forthcoming spotpass Paralogues to look forward to, I'm looking to finish off P4G, SMT Nocturne and Devil Survivor Overclocked. P4G I was at the halfway point on before Fire Emblem sunk its claws into me, but I've been on and off with Nocturne and DSO for about five months now, so I think I should get those done. At least knocking out a couple or all before Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers is out, anyway.

In light of both PS2 entries of the Devil Summoner series getting a reprint (Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon becomes available Tuesday), I decided to cancel on Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate and Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon for the time being and made re-obtaining those two and getting all the Persona games a priority intead. Most of the Persona stuff was just done on old trade-ins anyway. Paper Mario:Sticker Star also didn't really blow my mind, so off it went.



Might write a little bit on Devil Summoner in the next couple of days, actually, is a fun little spin-off series and I like its detective theme. With that, I'll leave you with thesePS2 Devil Summoner intro movies:




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