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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

Atlus
Nov 25, 2014 - Nintendo 3DS
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OpenCritic Rating

85

Top Critic Average

89%

Critics Recommend

IGN
8.5 / 10
Eurogamer
Recommended
Metro GameCentral
8 / 10
GamesRadar+
3.5 / 5
Game Informer
9 / 10
Polygon
9 / 10
GameSpot
8 / 10
USgamer
4.5 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

Persona Q is a 60-plus hour roleplaying experience that both charms and entertains. Though there were points when its puzzles completely stumped me, and the combat's steep difficulty, made me want to launch my 3DS into orbit a few times, the enjoyable battle system, deep exploration, and generous dollops of fanservice made it worth the effort.

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It's principally aimed at the series' fans, but the mesh of interlocking systems ensures that its appeal runs deeper than fan service.

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A fantastic crossover that despite a few necessary simplifications manages to do some things better than either of its parent games, especially in terms of accessibility.

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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is a pleasing amalgam of first-person dungeon exploration and role-playing elements that injects just enough humor to keep things fresh.

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Persona Q is strong on all fronts, from the great character interactions to the fun dungeons

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Persona Q is a fan-pleaser that doesn't sacrifice quality

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Persona Q is a cute and exceptionally enjoyable role-playing game that amplifies the series' humor to great effect.

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Persona Q represents a bit of a risk, bringing together two RPG series that, despite their common parentage, focus on entirely different facets of the genre. But it works, with the Persona elements livening up the dungeon-crawling and the Etrian Odyssey components bringing some merciless old-school discipline to the unruly Persona sub-universe. Though admittedly fans of the two series will get the most from the crossover, this lively, complex adventure works as a great RPG by any standard.

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