Persona 3: FES vs P3P
DMCMaster last edited by
Didn't they also make a few new cutscenes for the fem MC?
bard91 last edited by bard91
@DMCMaster Not that I can remember, some were definitevely changed but I don't think it was for the best (some scenes with Yukari for example), and some social links with the FMC are much better, such as Saori and Rio, which are miles better than Kenji and the council guy whose names I always forget, sadly it also loses the Maya s. link which is easily one the best three out of all of the ones from P3
SabotageTheTruth last edited by
This thread solidifies it. With the success of P5, Atlus needs to bring back the game with the closest tone to a modern audience in its best form - P3 Deluxe Edition Hyper Turbo Fun Times HD Re-Master Re-Collection Re-Imagined. All the joys of FES mixed with an optional female lead and being able to control all your characters in battle. Ken is removed from the game entirely and replaced with a Morgana plushie.
HonkedOffJohn last edited by
FES is in my opinion the only way you should play this game. I was talking to someone on Discord who was playing P3P fresh off finishing Persona 5 and he was disappointed cause it was basically a visual novel. If you want that traditional Persona game go with FES.
DMCMaster last edited by DMCMaster
To be fair Atlus did register a ton of Persona related names the other week, Persona 3 Platnium Hyper Fighting Edition Turbo has to be one of them
bard91 last edited by
@SabotageTheTruth All joking aside I don't understand why they don't do it, I think that updating the graphics a bit and reworking some things (particularly some of the crappy S. Links) would do wonders, and they could do it like the Valkyria Remaster and sell it for $30
alanpk last edited by
Well, I just found out that Persona 3 has an anime.
Might just watch it to see the whole story.
It was condensed into 4 movies, the last one came out last year.
Since I dont think it was licensed outside Japan yet, it easier to find fansubs out there.
DameDesuYo is one of these fansubbers, just google it
DMCMaster last edited by
It is licensed thru Aniplex USA, so it's like $90 per standard edition.
michemagius last edited by
@alanpk Last I checked, one of them is on Netflix.
GalacticSugarPunk last edited by
@michemagius Really? If so, that's pretty cool. Netflix has been consistently surprising me with what's actually available on it in terms of anime.