The dialog within the fourth episode of Persona 4 is, I dare say, cheesy with all those shounen-ish (I’m talking about you, Brotag) lines and whatever, but it is a compromise much needed by the show to move forward and give Yukiko a much needed confidence boost. However, though the dialog could have been better, the fight scene was downright gorgeous, with the exception of the first part, which was also very cheesy. That’s it for the episode impressions. Let’s move on, shall we?
I was actually having problems on what to write about Persona 4 today. You know, those trademark @fkeroge writer’s blocks that happen every once in a while. But thanks to I Don’t Have Many Friends (Argh, the title is too long. I’ll refer to this as Haganai from now on), I finally got some ideas on what I’ll be talking about today.
Despite the issues that AIC is going through with its animators at the moment, the second episode of Persona 4 manages to keep itself interesting without too much noticeable changes. Now that the impression’s out of the way, let’s talk about character development, or more appropriately, character building.
I’ve been hearing some unpleasant stuff about the first episode of Persona 4, and I can’t blame them for thinking like that. The first episode, while it appealed to the Persona fanboy within me, was a little too rushed.
As you may know, my most anticipated anime for the next season, Persona 4, is almost here, and man, I cannot describe what I felt when I first heard the news! Now, there are many things to like about the original Persona 4 game, but for now, I’ll just give some supplemental information about what you’re about to get yourself into if you have yet to experience its glory, and how I hope that the anime will be able to discuss it more.