- Summary: Joker Takes Center Stage - Experience a thought-provoking story from the perspective of the protagonist from Persona 5 as you along with the other Phantom Thieves meet the S.E.E.S. from Persona 3 and the Investigation Team from Persona 4 in a cinematic world!.
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Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth - Phantom Thieves Trailer
Jun 3, 2019Even if you’re not huge on dungeon exploration Persona Q2 is a great game. It contains plenty of fanservice and references for fans of the main Persona titles and has a complex and rewarding combat and exploration loop that makes it worth playing even if it’s your first Persona game ever.
Jul 9, 2019Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is a conservative game with respect to its first installment, but manages to connect with the fan quickly, as the exploration and battle systems are still really fun to play and the huge cast of characters from the series parades through the screen.
Jun 7, 2019Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is a nice curtain closing for the license on 3DS. The gameplay is solid and the production is full of personality, both visually and musically. As long as you have done the Persona, interactions that should never have and could have taken place between the characters are pleasant and fun. The story progresses without a hitch and it is not too Manichaean for once — it even ends with a hint of emotion. So, it's almost all good — a solid conclusion to Persona and a good gateway to trying out the Etrian Odyssey series.
Oct 18, 2019First, let me begin by saying that I was truly disappointed by the fact that the audio was in japanese, I was really hoping to get englishFirst, let me begin by saying that I was truly disappointed by the fact that the audio was in japanese, I was really hoping to get english audio for this game. Nevertheless, the game was fantastic and I really loved every single aspect of it. I did played the previous game, Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth, but it didn't have quite the appeal at all. Persona Q2 has a better story, which you can relate to in some aspect of your life. The dialogues and interactions between the characters are lively and funny, they don't fell like they have been forced at all. The idea of the dungeons is very well built and creative. The dungeon navigation is more entertaining and less of a hassle. The boss battles are unique and hard just enough to enjoy them. Overall, if you did play PQ and liked it or didn't like it at all, I highly recommend playing PQ2, since it's an enhanced version of it. You'll love it!… Expand
Jun 4, 2019God I love Persona. This is probably the last amazing game on the 3DS. I havent finished the whole story yet but im enjoying the game sooGod I love Persona. This is probably the last amazing game on the 3DS. I havent finished the whole story yet but im enjoying the game soo much. Atlus did an amazing job as always. My favorite 3DS game.
Jun 27, 2019As someone who did not enjoy the original persona Q (and first person dungeon crawlers in general) , I found Q2 to be a somewhat fun gameAs someone who did not enjoy the original persona Q (and first person dungeon crawlers in general) , I found Q2 to be a somewhat fun game with an okay battle system and an interface that takes a lot of inspiration from persona 5. The main gameplay takes place in these mazes called Labyrinths and the game is a first person dungeon crawler, gameplay being very similar to the entrian odyssey series.To navigate the labyrinths , you’ll have to use the touch screen of the 3DS to draw a map with special markers to mark chests and treasure spots. I found this mapping system to be somewhat fun but it felt quite tedious by the end of the game due to it being quite repetitive . The game does not use the one more system from persona 3 to 5 , instead it uses something called the boost system. When a character land a critical hit or a weakness of an enemy they will be knocked down , but instead of getting to act again , the character will have a boost. If a character has said boost effect, they will act first in the next turn, as well as the character getting the SP and HP cost of all their skills reduced to zero .If a character with a boost gets hit, they will loose the boost. I think that this battle system is alright albeit not as fun due to most of the fights being rather easy and boring. The inclusion of persona 3’s Femc was intergrated quite well into the plot , even if the plot itself was quite average. Unlike the first PQ, you cannot choose which protagonist to play as instead forcing the player to play as Joker. While that might seem like a downside , this made PQ2’s plot much more focused than the first game. But you’re probably not planning to play this game for the plot, you‘re going to play it for the fan service character interactions between your favourite characters from Personas 3 through 5 ). Their interactions are very light hearted and some characters’ personalities have been boiled down to their base traits and most character development that they had before the beginning of PQ2 has been chucked out of the window. There are some nice moments here and there, but in the end I just skipped most of the dialogue (especially for the side quests) due to them being quite lacking in substance. Quite a few moments in this game also made me feel like slamming my head against a wall due to how dumbed down some characters had become (though none of them reached og PQ Teddie levels of irritating). As for the new characters , I think that they’re okay if not a bit bland. I’m not going to talk about them in much detail due to spoilers , but I think that the main villain of the game is kind of shoehorned into the game and in my opinion Hikari is likeable though she is quite forgettable at the end of the day.
The OST of this game is decent with good remixes of pre-existing songs and a good original songs as well. In conclusion, Persona Q2 New Cinema Labyrinth is a game that is quite average, with it at least being better than the original Persona Q.… Expand
Nov 14, 2019The last big game on the 3DS, Persona Q2 sadly did not improve upon the first one´s formula. The game still have dungeon crawling issues, tooThe last big game on the 3DS, Persona Q2 sadly did not improve upon the first one´s formula. The game still have dungeon crawling issues, too much focus on fan service, and simplifies the persona fusion and usage formula too much.
I really would like to see a Persona Q with a original cast and original story, because the fan service is really annoying in this game.… Expand
Jun 10, 2019As a huge fan of the SMT franchise and the Persona spinoff games I always look foward to the newest release ATLUS has to offer in fact SMT IV,As a huge fan of the SMT franchise and the Persona spinoff games I always look foward to the newest release ATLUS has to offer in fact SMT IV, Nocturne and Persona 3 + 5 are some of my favorite JRPGS of all time.
My feelings towards Persona Q in general is very mixed and I cant really say I am a fan of these games. The first game completely butchered the cast of Persona 3 giving them a Persona 4 makeover and was overall too cheery something I hoped the second game would resolve but I was wrong on so many levels.
Persona Q2 is a shallow mess of a game that is both not fun to play and or watch, firstly the character development is thrown out the window especially for the Persona 5 cast who combined with the cast of 4 are literally walking breathing JoJo references with no style or substance. The story itself is so far up it's own ass to even take seriously I say that and I'm a Metal Gear Solid fan which is one of the most bombastic series in gaming.
Gameplay is even worse as it still retains the absolutely abhorrent Etrian Odyessy gameplay which drags battles out for ages and is probably the worst turn based system I have seen in an ATLUS game, drawing maps seems like a fun concept on paper but ultimately got me lost more times than I could count to the point I had to put the game down for hours on end to start another playthrough of Bloodborne which I did in one sitting and didn't get bored once.
The improvements are far and in between from the first game but I would say its alot less frustrating than it's predecessor just by a tiny bit for example the map system is slightly better and from my knowledge they removed the system that allowed for players to share Level 99 Persona's at Level 1 that completely ruined game balance.
But the major positive I can give the game is it's fantastic soundtrack which I have had on repeat for the last week. The original also had a good soundtrack but was more or less remix's of Persona 3 and 4 tracks and whilst there are less of them in Q2 that is for the better as the original score more than makes up for it.
The soundtrack is ultimately what saves this game from getting a 1 rating but other than that I would urge SMT fans and OG Persona fans to stay away from this game as it is nothing more than shoddily written and developed fan fiction.… Expand
Apr 11, 2020GOOD LORD THIS IS TERRIBLE!
Its even less redeeming than the first one. AND I HATE THAT ONE, TOO!
Alright, first things first.. theGOOD LORD THIS IS TERRIBLE!
Its even less redeeming than the first one. AND I HATE THAT ONE, TOO!
Alright, first things first.. the difficulty is all over the place. It makes no sense. You truly cant change up your tactics at all. Every battle becomes a weakness exploit-fest. There are the usual.. and altogether FAR too usual SMT style enemies that 2-shot you once you reach the next floor, if you dont babysit your party.
Even after leveling and gear up as well as you can, it becomes a 3 shot affair. There isnt much relaxation or room for different tactics, and its a shame.
Story is just as one dimensional as the first one, although they feel a bit off, in this one. Like .. Q1 was stereotypical, and you didnt get to hear as much as the persona games, a'course. But the team, as nice as it is to see 'em again, doesnt feel 'like home'. You'll know if you play it. It isnt persona. It isnt persona!
I cant.. stress how much I dont MIND grinding. Done properly, its mindless and feels like youre making your party overpowered.
Then there are times when youre already scraping the bottom of the barrel for xp and if you JUST had 5 more levels, your strategy would fall into place. Thats the boss tier fights, in q2.
I know what it is, its the DLC microtransactions that atlus puts into everything, for the last few years.
Slow the xp gain and charge another 2 bucks for the cheat dlc or an overpowered persona. *sigh*
Its reasons like that .. that I cant recommend any of these last years of games from atlus. They're still fine, its just that they arent like the earlier games that felt balanced and natural. There are plenty of atlus games, in general.. that are still TOUGH but balanced. You grind it out for an hour and youre back to being on fair footing. Or OP at best.
*sigh* Back to strange journey.. or maybe Etrian3.
I love you, but I hate you Atlus.… Expand