Persona Q

100% Completion Infographic | Persona Q

We’re visiting Persona Q next on our series of 100% completion infographic designs today. This is a title that absorbed a great deal more time than we suspected it would if we’re honest. Perhaps this is due to the inclusion of both Persona 3 and 4 teams, however their routes don’t really differ after the first labyrinth, so that’s surely not the whole story. At the end of the day, the developers managed to bottle that impulsive Etrian Odyssey feel and wrap it in the style and substance of a Persona game, albeit limited in the latter. Honestly, we found ourselves delaying it’s completion to work on the compendium, whilst simultaneously hunting FOE to find out what gear their loot revealed.

Anyway, we could talk about this and indeed the series as a whole forever. Click on the image below to increase the size, and let us know how you felt about this marvellous mash up of Atlus games!

100% Completion Infographic, Persona Q
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