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0:00 Intro 4:01 Persona Q's Dumb Map System 5:29 Main Battle Mechanics 11:53 Dungeon Design 19:29 Art Direction, Characters, & Story 27:03 Conclusion 28:38 Outro & Patreon Credits
Welcome to my Persona Q Review. Persona Q has a lot of Missed Potential for me and in this Analysis, I'll be going over the good and the bad. As well as explaining why Persona Q is Missed Potential. Persona Q has a lot of Missed Potential and this Persona Q Review will be going over why Persona Q is like that. This Persona Q review will contain spoilers as it's an in-depth analysis.
Persona Q Analysis Missed Potential is going to be an unbiased look at Persona Q. If you like Persona Q, then you should watch this video so I can show you why Persona Q has a lot of Missed Potential in this Persona Q Review.
My relationship with Persona Q is a very complicated one. There are many aspects of this game that I like, and just as many that left me both frustrated and disappointed. For those who are unaware, Persona Q was released for the 3ds back in 2014. While Persona spinoffs were nothing new at the time thanks to the Persona 4 arena games, what made Persona Q immediately stand out was the fact that this game was a full-fledged RPG featuring the casts of Persona 3 and Persona 4 in their prime. While the arena games gave us a taste of what these two casts teaming up would be like, Persona Q was intended to take this to a whole other level. You see, Persona Q is actually a crossover with another series developed by Atlus called Etrian Odyssey. A series of dungeon crawlers where the main appeal is the gigantic labyrinths you explore. I personally haven’t played these games outside of Persona Q, so I’m not sure which mechanics and design choices are from Etrian Odyssey or new ideas that were introduced or implemented here.
I’m going to be judging this game solely as a Megami Tensei fan. This distinction is important because Persona Q is a very polarizing game for me. In order to explain why I’m going to have to go into a lot of detail, both in terms of story and mechanics. Not only are there going to be major spoilers for Persona Q in this video, but I’m also going to be assuming that you’ve played P3 and P4 for the sake of being able to reference specific scenes from those games in this video. So if you don’t want to be spoiled, please click off the video now. With that out of the way, let’s just dive right into it.