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Persona 3 Portable allows you to go back to Inaba


1:00 AM on 10.14.2009
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[Editor's note: Possible spoiler alert! Cover your brains!]

Of course we want Persona 3 Portable, despite the fact that most of us have purchased the game twice already. As some of you have so eloquently said in the comments, some of us are obsessed with the series, and you know what, you're right. Now, just keep reading if you are into this kind of news, and skip if it's not your bag.

So who's the girl on the left up there? Why, that's Yukiko from Persona 4! Apparently, playing as the new female protagonist allows you to stop by Inaba, the town that all the events in P4 went down in. Siliconera reports that you'll actually stay at the Amagiya Inn and meet a young version of Yukiko (since the events of P3 take place about 2 years before P4). How awesome is that?






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