Conversation Between Karifean and Wolf Kanno

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  1. Thanks for notifying me, sorry if I ruined the surprise.
  2. Your spoiler tag on the Persona 4 villain is broken.
  3. Yeah, Atlus is a bit slow on giving PC gamers some love.
  4. Well I often hear Persona 3 being put over Persona 4, though I can't say the same for Persona 2. It also might take a while for me to play P4 anyways since I don't have a Vita. These games really need PC releases...
  5. I can tell you now that I am in the minority of the Persona community that isn't head over heels in love with Persona 4. It's a great game, but I still feel P3 and P2 are better games.

    Well I'll jump onto Steam and add it to my wishlist then.
  6. From what I heard the little things they put in that you pick up on only knowing the answer make it pretty worthwhile =P

    Though obviously I haven't played the game so this is just hearsay and I don't know if it's actually the case or not.

    And yes, yes you do. Especially this one
  7. See, and I have a hard time getting excited to play through P4 again because I know the answer to the mystery.

    As I've mentioned before, I do need to check out more Visual Novel type games, same with classic CRPGs.
  8. I already have the major mystery of Persona 4 spoiled for me but I've been told that doesn't really make the game any worse. And then there's Umineko (which you should totally read sometime btw) =P

    Well, it's my personal favorite case in the series (I got really invested in how all the old detectives were so desperate to figure out what the hell happened to them), but not many people agree with me on that ^^ hope you enjoy the rest of the series if you play it.
  9. Yeah, it really depends on the type of story and mystery. I had the major mystery ruined for me for both Silent Hill 2 and 3 before playing, but it didn't stop me from enjoying SH2 since its such an interesting character study, whereas it's made going through SH3 a bit more of a chore.

    I think the issue I have with the Lana Skye case in Phoenix Wright is that it's pretty much a redo of the Miles Edgeworth case that proceeded it. A high profile prosecuter is framed for a murder that is just a giant cover up for a powerful authority figure who is trying to tie up loose ends for a crime they committed years prior. None of this is helped that the Edgeworth case was more cathartic due to involving several characters you grew to love in the prior cases and felt like a great end to the game, so having this new cast trying to ape better developed characters makes it feel a bit more shallow for me.

    My other issue is that the mystery is all the game actually has going for it in terms of gameplay, so figuring out the answer ahead of time is simply making the game reach the same conclusion I figured out, a bit more of a chore than I would care for, especially since the game just keeps adding more roadblocks to reach it. I would have been happier had the final case not been added, because it feels a bit redundant and too long for it's own good.
  10. Well the really good mysteries are the ones you like reading even if you already know the answer. It's the difference between writing a puzzle and writing a great story to go along with it I suppose. That's why I usually feel it's a good idea to make the detective an actual realized character where information and inference is not withheld for the hell of it but rather because of understandable reasons if you know what the detective is like.
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