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Revelations: Persona

Revelations: Persona (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Turn-Based RPG
Developer: Atlus
AKA: Megami Ibunroku Persona: Be Your True Mind (JP)

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Revelations: Persona review

Reviewed August 22, 2007

Gary Hartley says: "For example, jokester Masao Inaba, complete with Asian skin tone, playful freckles, and pseudo-jester hat, did not make the cut. Instead, he’s overwritten by Mark. Mark, the token black kid akin to Billy Dee William’s role in Star Wars without a smattering of the charisma, wears a funky red baseball cap, speaks fly street talk, yo, and has a mad crush on the white chick. He’s also armed with hip-hop moves: to try to tempt enemy demons over to the side of good, Mark will dance sexy at them upon command. Inaba wasn’t hip: he was artistic, offbeat and unique. For this, he was to die."
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Revelations: Persona review

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James Gordon says: "When you went into a random battle, you could ''talk'' to the monster, and sort of become friends with it. It was an innovative idea, but very stupid. I didn't like it one bit. This was a major turn-off for me, and probably would be the same for other RPG-ers."
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