Persona 4 Golden PlayStation Vita Review - The Old School Game Vault

party-based combat When a new handheld game system is released, its initial library of games is usually pretty thin. Sony's PS Vita was no exception. In 2012, the Vita came out in North America with a price tag of $299 and a selection of about two dozen titles, several of which were ports of older PS2 Console or PS3 games. Console-to-handheld ports are often hit-or-miss. Long loading times, pieces of story and features hacked off of the original, a degraded soundtrack - all of these are possibilities when a console game is ported onto a handheld. For that reason, some of these titles pass unnoticed. There is one PS2-to-Vita port that Vita owners shouldn't miss out on, however. Persona 4 Golden is an excellent remake of the extremely popular Atlus RPG Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4. Let's Go Dungeon Crawling with Party Based Combat - on the PS Vita Originally released...

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