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I Beat Persona 3!
Posted on Thursday, June 21 2012 @ 10:58:44 PST

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The last JRPG I finished... and I mean, completely finished, end credits and all.... had to be... Final Fantasy VII. There were later games before that, but it feels like over a decade since I last played a JRPG to completion.

That changed last night when I saw the credits roll on Persona 3 Portable. I bought the game the same week I got my PlayStation Vita and have been chipping away at it sporadically when I had time. The airport, the bathroom, the couch. I can't believe how engrossed I was with the title. It's rare a game can hold my attention for 10 hours much less the 70 P3P got out of me.

So the credits rolled, I felt really good, and then I read some stuff online that suggested the protagonist actually dies at the end. What the **** is that ****? I'm just going to ignore that and say that I just closed my eyes and then opened them and partied with my friends. OK?
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