Persona 4 Golden (PC)

Atlus, Atlus

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OpenCritic Rating
87
Top Critic Average
88%
Critics Recommend
Based on 27 critic reviews
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Persona 4 Golden (PC)

Rating Summary

Based on 27 critic reviews
Mighty Man

OpenCritic Rating

87

Top Critic Average

88%

Critics Recommend

Based on 27 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCJun 13, 2020

Developer: Atlus

Publisher: Atlus

Genre: RPG

Inaba—a quiet town in rural Japan sets the scene for budding adolescence in Persona 4 Golden. A coming of age story that sets the protagonist and his friends on a journey kickstarted by a chain of serial murders. Explore meeting kindred spirits, feelings of belonging, and even confronting the darker sides of one’s self. Persona 4 Golden promises meaningful bonds and experiences shared together with friends. With an overall Metacritic score of 93 and a multitude of awards, fan-adored Persona 4 Golden stands as one of the finest RPGs ever made, delivering on enthralling storytelling and quintessential Persona gameplay. Persona 4 Golden on Steam is best experienced with a game controller. KEY FEATURES INCLUDE: Enjoy gameplay with variable framerates Experience the world of Persona on PC in Full HD Steam Achievements and Trading Cards Choose between Japanese and English VO

Persona 4 Golden (PC) Reviews

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A bare-bones refit, but this remains a captivating JRPG, marrying slice-of-life drama with stylish demon battling.

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If you’re excited to play Persona 4 Golden again, or curious to dive for the first time, the game is still as excellent as it was when it was first released 8 years ago, just finally more convenient.

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Persona 4 Golden remains an iconic and hugely enjoyable JRPG, and its arrival on PC means a slew of new players can discover its delights. It's a shame that there are a few technical problems lurking in the current build, but with the inclusion of both the Japanese and English dubs and the crisp, clear visuals, this marks a fantastic way to experience the game.

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Had I played Persona 4 back when it was first released I doubt I’d have gotten into it, and it took me a while this time (it’s a good three hours or so before it really begins), but it wasn’t until I’d started to see all of the various elements and how they gel together that I started to understand why it’s such a beloved series. Am I a convert? Not yet, and I may never be, fully. But I’m glad I finally had a chance to see what everyone else has been telling me for years.

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