Editor’s Note: Santi have you done the weekly round-up–
WHAT, WHAT DO YOU WANT?! I’M EATING, LEAVE ME ALONE
Editor’s Note: 😡
Ah right, welcome to another Week Behind, where we talk about the content of the past week, it’s so good to see you, yay, yay.
In 2018, where I was just a baby and life wasn’t an infinite hellscape, Liz wrote a review about Persona 3, and let me tell you, it’s good!
But time had to ruin everything, and Atlus was no exception bringing this bizarrely acted and written spinoff to life, as Joshua tells us in his review of Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight.
Back in 2020 Stephan wrote a review about how much he enjoyed hanging out with the cast of Persona 4, even if the grind was the worst!
But again, the Atlus nation attacked, and thus Persona 4: Dancing All Night was born, bringing an unbalanced, annoying experience, or so Liz tells us.
Charlie talks about Persona 5 as the ultimate all-time JRPG, and what makes it that unique. Read her review and you know, eat your heart and all that.
Ollie wrote a great review about revisiting Persona 5 felt in this new version, with Atlus polishing an already brilliant game until it shone like a diamond.
NOT AGAIN, NOARGHH STOP ATLUS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGHHH SUCH DEVASTATION
Zack wrote a great review about Persona 5 Strikers and how it does an excellent job of nailing the overall feel of the series as a sequel to the original game.
Now live for everyone, this Week’s episode will see Will talking about Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order with Joshua Robin. Don’t miss it!
Finally, a Round-up of all our SMT and related spinoff reviews!
No, I don’t want to play it. You can’t make me. But I will check this fire review written by Nat, on how RE Village brings a well-executed nightmare that will stick with her for years!
Joshua talks about Final Fantasy VI and how beautiful is, while also inconvenient to play and sometimes obtuse to follow. At this point I’m just confused, I just don’t remember which Final Fantasy this one is.
Zach talks about Pillars of Eternity and its extremely detailed worldbuilding and rich character development, even if it replaces the D&D rules with its own convoluted system.
And that’s a wrap in another Week Behind, enjoy your week and LET ME EAT NEXT TIME, GOD
Editor’s Note: Well don’t take three hours to cook next time GOD