- The female protagonist make this game so much more enjoyable.
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- Will you save him? *spoilers* - Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable - Giant Bomb
- Will you save him? *spoilers*
It was the new female protagonist who turned my around on this game. The ability to play as a female character didn't seem like such a major change to me at first. The story would play out the same with the only difference being you get sleep with all guys this time instead of all the girls.
It was only a few hours in that I realized the folly of my assumptions. Suki on the other hand, wears her heart on sleeve and is always energetic in her interactions the rest of the cast. The male protagonist would stand silently while a number lovely young girls poured out their hearts to him. I prefer the male protagonist exactly because of how you described him.
My friend was also saying good stuff about this, too. The male character reminded me greatly of a close friend of mine, so I loved playing as that character. I chose the male because I wanted to get with all the chicks. My reasoning is sound. Plus, I think those extra S.
Links are available for both genders in the P3P version. I had no problem with the original male character, he was the cool and silent type who is actually a genius underneath. But your impressions make the female character sound really likable. Too bad I don't own a psp, or I would totally be down for playing this game a third time. Im just wondering if they make NPC characters call you a slut when you S Link like 3 dudes at a time. One of the worst character designs Soejima has put out.
His dialogue responses bother me as well. People should NOT be treating him the way they do based on those. Glad you like it. I've yet to play the PSP version, but I will at some point. It's great to be able to play as a female as I always play female first in a game that lets me. Too bad it's not coming to Europe. Seems they have given up EU. The last game released here was P4. Neither Devil Summoner 2 or Persona 1 remake made it over here.
I gotta agree with you here! You can play the female MC as a broody type as well though. I like both those personalities though.
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I liked the MC. I don't want to play through the game as a girl. That's all I really have to say. I've barely played my copy of the game so I'm obviously talking out of my ass here trying to beat Glory of Heracles before I nerd out with P3 again , but I find it hard to believe that FemC could rectify one of my larger problems with Pthat your party members are incredibly shallow and the few links you have with the girls in regular-ass P3 are all reflective of that--unless they made it even more like P4 and threw out the idea of character development based on story events.
Having just finished The Journey again , I really don't see what you're talking about. If anything else, the MC's dialogue options in P3 gave him different personalities as a character while the ones in P4 seemed better worked as different choices the same person would make, thus making his aloofness and detachment more your own doing than anything else. From what I remember, just about all of the responses of the Dudetagonist were sort of middling and lacking any enthusiasm or character.
Meanwhile, if Junpei asks you about studying, your responses are "Yep! Remember that the first dialogue option in P4 gave you the chance to stand up to your teacher. Also, as someone who has played a few games that feature romantic interests as my Video Boning List shows , I really like the way the relationships progress for the girl. For one, I think I've only played female characters in BioWare games, in which you are still the one who is actively seducing your romantic interests, it's just a real twist to my male mind to have Junpei calling me out trying to get me to go out with him.
I went with him to the Summer Festival, and the game asks, "Should you wear a yukata? But at that moment I had this weird change of heart where I re-evaluated Junpei and found some sort of appreciation for him.
It was at that moment that I realized that a character in a game had seduced me into a romance. And then I put on the yukata and went on a date with the dumb guy, because he's sweet. For me, i don't have a psp so i can't check it out, and i don't want to spend another hours in almost the same rpg. Still i can see where you come from with your deductions.tamilo.info/language/call-tracking/2647.php
The female protagonist make this game so much more enjoyable.
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The female path finally gives you the option form S. Links with the male members of SEES. You can now eat out with Junpei, train with Akihiko, and even bond with the lovable pooch Koromaru. Though the two protagonist still share a number the same S. Links, even those still feel superior with a female touch. Former love interest Yukari and Fukka now take on a more sisterly bond that is still quite enjoyable.
I'm still a couple months from finishing the game, but I highly look forward to the continuing adventures of Suki and SEES. Its still hard to believe that something as simple as adding an extra X chromosome to the protagonist could completely turn my opinion around on a game. EliminatoR Follow Forum Posts: Having played through FES twice myself I will admit it's pretty jarring to get a watered down presentation. On the flip side there's a whole lotta game added to it plus P3P does expand the existing characters well, the other members of SEES to be exact when you're playing as a girl.
Personally I think it's a great purchase but since you don't even have a PSP I think it may be a good idea to wait it out a little until it's cheap enough. Well, if any game will get me to buy a PSP, this one will. Is that the same for all the boy's? Or is this just the Slink max thing? Gredlen Follow Forum Posts: Dude awesome, he deserves to live. Click here to reveal hidden content. Spoiler tagging this just for minor phrases of dialogue, it's not a huge deal though if you've already seen the translations. Oh yes, it's pretty well suggested. Not to mention the fairly cliche romance manga line of "I'm not holding back anymore.
Especially if you go see him again once you've maxed him out which I did several times for fun. No wonder every time I'm in Danbooru they have pics of Akihiko and Shinjiro fighting. Oh man, I need to get my charm to Queen bee already. Tottally going to enjoy these Slinks. Question, do you only get one after-max bedroom moment, or can you do it with Aki and Shinji both? I got stuck badly on the second full moon, and I keep having to replay that whole scene. The social links have no impact on one another, so you can get romantically involved with all of the choices and it won't make a difference though in some social links, if you max them out after you've maxed Akihiko on romance route, they'll comment on your relationship a bit -- Yukari and Mitsuru will do this at certain levels if you give them the right dialogue options, which were awesome easter eggs I was happy to discover on my first playthrough.
You can go to Akihiko's room as much as you want after you've maxed him with romance, regardless of what you did with Shinji or may be doing with Ryoji or Ken ew , on days he's available. You can't max out Akihiko's S. IE, he needs some character development before the S.
With Shinji, you can only do his after-max stuff once. I managed to get him to lv 10 with 2 days left in his availability Shinji's available most Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat evenings and I maxed him on a Wednesday so had the Fri and Sat left over. I got the after max bonus love scene on the Friday, but when I tried to hang out with him again on the Saturday, he flat out refused and said I should be spending time with the others, so there was no option to see him.
I got stuck badly on the second full moon, and I keep having to replay that whole scene " I don't think that's the second full moon..
Will you save him? *spoilers* - Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable - Giant Bomb
Akihiko's really is quite adorable. It's pretty standard S. Be careful and watch out for his romance flags, though. He's got several things you have to say to him throughout the link. If you're dead set on going romance route with him, I'd recommend checking out a FAQ to see which responses are the romance ones -- they're often not the highest scoring options.
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I forgot to save him. What level are you and are you constantly using Fuuka's ability? Yeah I think I'm around level 14 or 15 maybe higher I'm not sure. I think I lvled up to my character being lvl 18 and everyone else was , see if you can go back and try and do a little more grinding then come in and try again. If you can't I'm sure with a little strategy you can beat them. I think your party is you, Akihiko, Junpei, have Junpei buff everyone up with defence, while Akihiko knocks frown the attack on one of them don't bother with both because they just shake it off.
Keep having Fuuka check their weaknesses, especially after they change, they usually stay a certain way for two rounds unless you've wittled down enough for their HP where they might change every round. You yourself defiantly need a persona with Dia and have some revives, I think Mitsusru gave you something to heal a whole party the moment you got to go into the tower, so if you still have them, use them when needed.
Some rounds you might be on defense, but that's fine, if they arn't attacked they will slow down in their changes. Best advice is focus on one at a time. Always strive to hit a weakness, if you do, you'll get another turn with the same character to hit them again, and that will make the enemy dizzy and they will stay knocked down longer for you to attack.
Will you save him? *spoilers*
Most important is to keep YOU alive, you can revive the others if they fall, if you fall it's game over. But i wish you good luck and I really hope you can beat them! I was actually disappointed when you first posted that because I figured I'd never see it. I have no plans of ever doing romance route with Ken because he's by far my least favourite party member I like him less than I like Aigis, which is saying a lot , and because ew, 11 years old.
I was browsing around livejournal the other day, though and found that someone had posted a transcript of that easter egg. I laughed my ass off. This game has so many little gems to discover. Makes me wonder if there were similar easter eggs in FES and I just didn't look for them, or if these are all unique to P3P. Buffing was less important because you never knew what any party member was going to do and so it didn't help as much. You may want to mention that you can also remove the tired status through Yawn-B-Gone from the school bookstore which is the easiest in many ways too easy way to get back to good.