Many video-game collectors like to compare the greatest-hits and original versions of titles the way music fans compare secondary and original pressings of records.
Social Sim: Check. Dungeon-Crawler: Check. Persona Does It All Both Absurdly and Well
One of the most pleasant surprises of the end of the PS2’s life cycle were Atlus’s Persona 3 (2007) and Persona 4 (2008), both released in North America long after the next generation of consoles had come out.