- Publisher: Sega , Atlus
- Release Date: Jan 19, 2023
- Also On: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Generally favorable reviews- based on 58 Ratings
User score distribution:
Positive: 48 out of 58
Mixed: 4 out of 58
Negative: 6 out of 58
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Jan 30, 2023The school part is monotonous and long.
The dungeon is monotonous and unnecessarily long.
Personas cannot be exchanged except for the main character.
Jan 20, 2023Personsa is one of the worst and most greedy franchises of all time. One of the worst ports I've ever seen. Anime is bad.
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Feb 3, 2023Persona 4 Golden is an incredible RPG that is both wacky and intense. The twist in the different genres helps to keep you engrossed, and the story will keep you playing hours after the sun has gone down. This is the Persona game to play.
Jan 25, 2023Persona 4 Golden is shining its absolute brightest in this Switch port, and it was already a truly brilliant game that any fan of the genre should play. The fact that you can get an RPG this great for such a low price is wild, and Persona 4 has always been a great game to enjoy on a portable. If you already played through it on the Vita, I’m not sure you’ll find enough here to make it worth another scoop, but if this is your first time tuning in to the Midnight Channel the Switch version is an incredible way to experience it.
Jan 24, 2023Persona 4 Golden should be considered a must-play JRPG. While Persona 5 would eventually improve on the formula, Persona 4's blend of fast-paced, turn-based combat and compelling social elements gives it an appeal many other games have tried to emulate since. The new quality-of-life upgrades and options in the latest release make it easier to dive in than ever before. It's a game full of wonderful characters (and Yosuke), and it's a shame that it does not respect those characters adequately. Because of this, despite its rock-solid core gameplay and endearing overarching story, recommending Persona 4 Golden comes with an asterisk pointing to an uncomfortable warning about its dated content.