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Which of these two Vita games should I play?

Persona 4: Golden 37 67.27%
 
Virtue's Last Reward 8 14.55%
 
Neither, play something else! 9 16.36%
 
Total:54

Hey everyone, I'm here with a little dilemma...

Literally ten minutes ago, I looked over at my Vita, saw it was covered in dust, and felt sorry for it, it needs some love, so I picked it up, and decided I'll spend the next few hours playing on it before I head off to bed (Might even take it up with me and carry on playing in bed...) but I'm having a problem, I don't know which game I want to play!

I did play Persona 4: Golden when I first bought it, but only got about 5-6 hours in, and now I've completely forgotten everything about the story and everyone on it... so if I do play it again, I'll be starting a new game.

I bought Virtue's Last Reward on release day, but admittedly I've never played the game, only the demo from PSN (Which I found really interesting and it convinced me to buy it!)

I've got other games too, but these two in particular stand out as games I'm in the mood to start playing at this moment in time, I just don't know which to play first, lol.

If you were in my situation, which would you pick up first?

Cheers guys! :)



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Persona 4 golden would be my choice although Virtue's Last reward is an epic game



             

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Both? I have both those but only played Persona 4, waiting to complete that before starting on virtues last reward,



persona

couldn't really get into VLR 



Libara said:
Both? I have both those but only played Persona 4, waiting to complete that before starting on virtues last reward,

... I can't play two games at the same time, lol. 

But so far I'm leaning towards Persona 4: Golden myself



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Hard question ! Two masterpieces for me, and my favorite games (with Danganronpa)... But they're different.

Persona 4 Golden is boring the first few hours. I played 3 hours one day, didn't touch it again in 6 months... But when I decided to play again, I played 60 hours in 5-6 days, it was impossible to turn off the Vita ! So it's a JRPG with 60 hours needed for a first run, a really good story and great characters. You should play it.

Virtue's Last Reward is a little more complicated. It's a visual novel mixed with escape games (you need to resolve puzzles to get out of a room), so a lot of text and not a lot of gameplay. It's also the sequel of the DS game "999" (you can play VLR even if you don't have 999, I did it). Great story (huge ending), and great characters too, and maybe 30 hours for the run. You should play it ;)

Which one should you play first ? I'm pretty sure you will enjoy Person 4 after the first few hours, so if you have enough time to put 60 hours in a game, I think you should play it first.
If you can, pick up a DS and play 999 before playing Virtue's Last Reward, it will be better. Anyway, I hope you will enjoy this game too (it's awesome), but visual novels are more "specials" than JRPG and not everyone like them...



P4G, easily.



Faelco said:
Hard question ! Two masterpieces for me, and my favorite games (with Danganronpa)... But they're different.

Persona 4 Golden is boring the first few hours. I played 3 hours one day, didn't touch it again in 6 months... But when I decided to play again, I played 60 hours in 5-6 days, it was impossible to turn off the Vita ! So it's a JRPG with 60 hours needed for a first run, a really good story and great characters. You should play it.

Virtue's Last Reward is a little more complicated. It's a visual novel mixed with escape games (you need to resolve puzzles to get out of a room), so a lot of text and not a lot of gameplay. It's also the sequel of the DS game "999" (you can play VLR even if you don't have 999, I did it). Great story (huge ending), and great characters too, and maybe 30 hours for the run. You should play it ;)

Which one should you play first ? I'm pretty sure you will enjoy Person 4 after the first few hours, so if you have enough time to put 60 hours in a game, I think you should play it first.
If you can, pick up a DS and play 999 before playing Virtue's Last Reward, it will be better. Anyway, I hope you will enjoy this game too (it's awesome), but visual novels are more "specials" than JRPG and not everyone like them...


Yeah, think I'm going to play Persona 4: Golden first actually, got to try and get past the beginning again lol, I remember it being quite... not sure boring is the word I'm thinking of, but I'm going to go with it; boring.

Unfortunately I can't play 999 (I've got a DS and 3DS anyways), due to it never actually releasing here in EU and the consoles being region locked...



Bristow9091 said:

Yeah, think I'm going to play Persona 4: Golden first actually, got to try and get past the beginning again lol, I remember it being quite... not sure boring is the word I'm thinking of, but I'm going to go with it; boring.

Unfortunately I can't play 999 (I've got a DS and 3DS anyways), due to it never actually releasing here in EU and the consoles being region locked...


Wait, what ??

I'm french and I played 999 on my french 3DS without any problem. I think that the US version at least is compatible... You should be able to play it. The gameplay, the alternative endings (and graphics of course) are not as good as VLR, but the real ending is just awesome and should be done by everyone with a DS. So try to do it before VLR, it will be even better ;)



Persona 4 golden. You absolutely must play the game. How did you manage to put it away in the first place. When i got the game i just couldnt stop playing.