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Persona 4 Golden

4.8 out of 5
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About Persona 4 Golden

About this game

Persona 4 Golden is a fan favourite entry in the Shin Megami Tensei sub-series Persona, published by Sega and set in the fictional town of Inaba. 

The Best Edition

This edition of the game comes packed with new content and features not seen in the original release, making it the perfect way to experience Persona 4 for the first time. Or, if you're already a fan of the series, it's a great opportunity to dive back into this classic tale in full HD quality.

Solve The Murders

The game follows a group of high school students who investigate the disappearances of several people in the town. They discover that they have the ability to enter a parallel world known as the TV World. In this strange place, they encounter monsters known as Shadows. By fighting and defeating these Shadows, they are able to purify them and turn them into Personas - powerful allies that they can summon in battle. The students must use their Personas to solve mysteries and stop crimes in the real world. But as they get closer to uncovering the truth behind the TV world, they begin to realise that there's much more at stake than they initially thought...

An Essential RPG

Persona 4 Golden is an essential RPG for fans of the genre, and newcomers alike. With its strong characters and engaging story, gripping gameplay mechanics, and rich visuals, it's easy to see why this game has won so many awards and accolades over the years. So don't wait any longer - jump into Persona 4 Golden today!

 

Game Details

Release Date:
June 13, 2020
Developer:
ATLUS
Publisher:
SEGA
Rating:
PEGI rating of 16
Supported Languages:
English +
Franchise:
Persona

Product Requirements

Steam account is required for game activation and installation.

PC System Requirements 
MINIMUM
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 8.1
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 | AMD Phenom II X2 550
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce GTS 450 | AMD Radeon HD 5770
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 14 GB available space

RECOMMENDED:
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i5-650 | AMD Phenom X4 940
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 | AMD Radeon HD 6870
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 14 GB available space

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Critic Reviews

90 / 100
"Persona 4 Golden was arguably the game to get on the Vita, among a library that's very unsung after Sony put that little portable out to pasture. Now that it's on one of the...
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"Persona 4 Golden, by all accounts, is still one of the best JRPGs that you can play right now, which speaks volumes given that the original game is over 10 years old. Whether...
95 / 100
"Persona 4 is still one of the best JRPGs of all time, and this port only further proves that while clearing up your vision of Inaba and adding a new control scheme with which...
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User Rating

Average score from 109 ratings
88% of users would recommend this.
4.8

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Alicanto
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I was hesitant on buying this game since it came out for PS2 years ago, i don't regret it one bit, i actually thank all the positive reviews this game got, cause they let me discover something i will remember for a long time and that i would have missed otherway. Even though i was a bit sad knowing that the way i played it would let me see only the bad endings, it was a fantastic experience anyway, expecially thanks to the soundtrack, i don't think i've ever saved so many songs on my spotify coming from a videogame. As many before me have said "do yourself a favour and buy Persona 4 Golden, you won't regret it".
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It's a Persona game, what do you expect? If you're new, P4G is a excellent game to get your feet wet

User
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Before diving into the game itself I'll like to discuss about the PC port itself first: - It supports resolution up to 4K - UI and 2D graphics are in high res - Dual audio, so if you're a fan of sub or dub, the choice is yours - Runs well enough on a potato PC - No 21:9 support - In-game videos are quite low res (to be expected from a game over 10 years) So the game itself, let me explain it if you know absolutely nothing about it, but if you're a Persona fan just skip this review cause you'll enjoy it either way. Persona is basically a Turn-based JRPG and Visual Novel. Some may not find the two combination appealing, but let me tell you it's a work of wonders. So the game takes place in modern-day Japanese high school (modern to it's original release) plus some supernatural elements thrown in, cause why not. The music is exceptionally great, but the tracks are limited and does get repetitive after awhile. Now I don't want to spoiler anything about the game so I'll just go over the things that I didn't quite enjoy: - The pacing is quite slow and the game does drags on during the last half of the game (around 70 hours into that point) - The dungeons, though reminiscing of Persona 3 it's better than Persona 3, it still isn't perfect and feels like a drag - Dungeon design isn't the best
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Fanatical User
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This game is quite honestly a classic and well worth trying. But as much as I personally have nostalgia for this game there are some issues with it that are undeniable. It is quite dated and has your standard jrpg things you'd expect. To be quite honest I don't think most people play for the gameplay more so they play for the story. And I specifically when referring to the gameplay mean the battle system there is depth to it for sure but it can be a bit grindy. The story this game has is well worth playing through with it's fair share of secrets and endings to experience.
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Recommended

abydos
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One of the best visual novel / RPG hybrid
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Sam J
Staff Review
The great thing about Persona 4 Golden is that, regardless of whether you played the original PS2 title back in '08 or you're completely new to it on PC, the JRPG is ridiculously fun to play. It's no wonder it's been rated 'Overwhelmingly Positive' on Steam - it has a limbo-like world in which you'll traverse through dungeons filled with monsters, engaging characters that you'll build meaningful bonds with, and plenty of treasures to find with new gear inside! If you missed P4 the first time around, you're forgiven, so long as you check out P4G!
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Engrossing

Robogeisha
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There's no doubt that P4G is primitive compared to P5, everything is bigger and better in the sequel... but I honestly didn't enjoy P4G any less for it, the characters are arguably even more fun to spend time with and the writing easily overcomes any dated or repetitive mechanics.
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