Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth for Nintendo 3DS
3DS

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

Nov 25, 2014

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About this game

Developer: Atlus
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Legend has it that listening to the end of the bell chimes of the Yasogami High School's clock tower causes people to die, and this time, the bell tolls for the Investigation Team and the SEES. Trapped in an otherworld filled with Shadows, the protagonists from Persona 3 and Persona 4 each have different events to follow, allowing the player to choose and experience a different plotline. As both groups seek a way out of the labyrinth, they will run in to two new characters, Rei and Zen, who may hold the secret to this new mystery.

Critic Reviews

29 Reviews
8.26
Daniel BischoffDec 09, 2014
Bear puns aside, you will feel like you need to dance between the darker, more serious cast of Persona 3 and the lighter cast of Persona 4 as there are so many lovable archetypes at play. It’s to the P Studio development team’s credit that everyone gets at least a little time in the spotlight here.
Adam VitaleNov 25, 2014
Persona Q is a very easy title to recommend to fans of turn-based RPGs. With engaging dungeon crawling, a rock-solid battle system, and charming presentation and characters, this is a spinoff definitely worth your attention.
Brittany VincentNov 21, 2014
Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is airy in ways that work, but hardcore fans may find themselves turned off by its nonchalant nature. It’s rife with nostalgic moments for series veterans, but it's not the satisfying interim entry that hardcore fans need to tide them over until Persona 5. What it is, however, is a delightful romp that revels in its lightheartedness and casts familiar characters in a different light. It's got depth, for sure, but is it deep? Hardly.

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