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If you were from the big city and your parents decided to dump you with your uncle Dojima in middle-of-nowhere, Japan, you wouldn't expect things to begin moving as rapidly as they do in Persona 4: Golden. When I began my year, I certainly didn't expect to meet new faces so soon, like Marie, a new character only available in Golden.

But that's how quickly things devolved into a murder mystery. The things I loved about Persona 3: Portable became quickly apparent in Golden. Characters had a back story. Relationships existed before I arrived. People didn't immediately come to me with their problems and questions. And then... that body was found hanging upside down from the TV antenna.

I thought we would have spent the entire time after school talking about what had happened, but Chie went on and on about this Midnight Channel thing. I think it sounds like a suburban legend, something the people out here cook up to keep from getting bored, but I'll check it out anyway. I wanna fit in, you know.
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