Persona 3 is still one of my favorite games of all-time. I've played it so many times now that it's bordering on crazy, but I may give it another go on my PS3 as it's being re-released as a PlayStation 2 Classic tomorrow on PSN.
Persona 3: FES comes to the PlayStation Network tomorrow for $10. That's like a bazillion hours of dungeon crawling, demon collecting and social linking. This is the whole enchilada, containing both The Journey (the original game) and The Answer, a standalone second adventure where you'll play as Aigis, solving a new mystery. Back in 2008 we gave it our full backing, and we still stand behind it as one of the best RPGs of the PS2 era. If you've missed it up until now, you should definitely jump on this tomorrow.
In celebration, I'm going to spend the rest of the afternoon listening to Persona 3's "Iwatodai Dorm" rap on loop.
Oh, and Atlus? Nocturne. Do it. Don't argue with me. Just do it.
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