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I'll try to keep the story details light. Yes, I know Persona 4 is over four years old at this point, but some of you will be joining me in Inaba for the first time on November 20th. Luckily, there's plenty of new features and events to talk about in light of where I'm at (May 3rd, if you're curious).

One feature I've come to rely on in light of a guide or FAQ is the voice feature. All Persona 4: Golden players connected to PSN while they're playing will upload their activities so that other gamers can get advice and tips on what activities they should be doing on any given day. If you're not so intent on a MAX Social Link playthrough and would rather make smart choices while enjoying the game worry-free, Voice gives tips at any juncture.


If it's raining, you might find that a lot of other players chose to study in the library (for greatly increased Knowledge) or if you've got a free Saturday afternoon, you might discover that other gamers decided to spend time with Marie, a new social link in Golden.

Elminating the constant guide-pacifier makes choices in Persona 4: Golden easier, less stressful, and keeps you tied to the game. Errr, speaking of which, I've gotta check on the Midnight Channel.
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