History VideoGame / Persona2

18th Feb '18 12:22:44 AM nombretomado
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* FantasyKitchenSink: The Persona/enemy lineup consists of everything from the [[Myth/GreekMythology Greek pantheon]] to [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse myth]] to Shaka Zulu. Perennial series favorite RasputinTheMadMonk also say hi.

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* FantasyKitchenSink: The Persona/enemy lineup consists of everything from the [[Myth/GreekMythology Greek pantheon]] to [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse myth]] to Shaka Zulu. Perennial series favorite RasputinTheMadMonk UsefulNotes/RasputinTheMadMonk also say hi.
14th Jan '18 3:10:27 PM infernape612
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* PreAssKickingOneLiner: "Whoop-ass time!", "Don't underestimate ''me'', you [[SoundEffectBleep *bleep!*]] bastard!", "I feel sorry for you.", "[[ReadingYourRights You're all under arrest!]]", "Fools, begone!", etc.

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* PreAssKickingOneLiner: PreAsskickingOneLiner: "Whoop-ass time!", "Don't underestimate ''me'', you [[SoundEffectBleep *bleep!*]] bastard!", "I feel sorry for you.", "[[ReadingYourRights You're all under arrest!]]", "Fools, begone!", etc.etc.
* PromotedToPlayable: The party in ''Eternal Punishment'' consists mostly of [=NPCs=] from ''Innocent Sin'', plus Maya and Tatsuya.
8th Jan '18 12:52:14 AM matteste
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* ApocalypseHow: [[spoiler: Planetary physical annihilation, at ''least'']].

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* ApocalypseHow: [[spoiler: Planetary physical annihilation, total extintion, at ''least'']].
8th Jan '18 12:44:58 AM matteste
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* ApocalypseHow: [[spoiler: Universal metaphysical annihilation, at ''least'']].

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* ApocalypseHow: [[spoiler: Universal metaphysical Planetary physical annihilation, at ''least'']].
7th Jan '18 10:37:16 AM defciggy
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* ApocalypseHow: [[spoiler: Universal, at ''least'']].

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* ApocalypseHow: [[spoiler: Universal, Universal metaphysical annihilation, at ''least'']].
12th Dec '17 7:35:51 PM infernape612
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* CentralTheme: The duology tackles regret as a central theme; ''Eternal Punishment'' examines regret from the adult perspective, with many of the members either failing at finding something to do, stuck in the past, regretting the choices they made to this point, or simply stuck in stasis, unable to move on. However, Eternal Punishment, despite how heavy a story it usually is, also states optimistic messages about life's regrets in that it may indeed not be too late to find your way, or that even if you don't get to do what you want to do, you're not a failure, and you can keep trying to find something that works for you.

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* CentralTheme: The duology tackles regret as a central theme; ''Eternal Punishment'' examines regret from the adult perspective, with many of the members either failing at finding something to do, stuck in the past, regretting the choices they made to this point, or simply stuck in stasis, unable to move on. However, Eternal Punishment, ''Eternal Punishment'', despite how heavy a story it usually is, also states optimistic messages about life's regrets in that it may indeed not be too late to find your way, or that even if you don't get to do what you want to do, you're not a failure, and you can keep trying to find something that works for you.



* ChekhovsGunman: The first four playable good guys of ''Eternal Punishment'' all count [[spoiler: save Maya, as she was already important.]] However, special mention goes to Baofu, who we first see in ''Innocent Sin'' as a drunken lout who gives the young Tatsuya and Jun a lecture in a flashback, and whom you barely can recognize even if you played ''Eternal Punishment'', as he is missing his [[MakingASpectacleOfYourself l33t Hacker Shadez]] at the time.

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* ChekhovsGunman: The first four playable good guys of ''Eternal Punishment'' all count [[spoiler: save (save Maya, as she was already important.]] important). However, special mention goes to Baofu, who we first see in ''Innocent Sin'' as a drunken lout who gives the young Tatsuya and Jun a lecture in a flashback, and whom you barely can recognize even if you played ''Eternal Punishment'', as he is missing his [[MakingASpectacleOfYourself l33t Hacker Shadez]] at the time.



* ClassReunion:[[invoked]] Pretty much ''every'' [[NominalImportance nominal character]] from the first ''Persona'' reunites for this one. Even [[BackFromTheDead the dead ones]]. The only ones who didn't make it back are the Ayase/Alana, Masao/Mark and Tad.

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* ClassReunion:[[invoked]] Pretty much ''every'' [[NominalImportance nominal character]] from the first ''Persona'' reunites for this one. Even [[BackFromTheDead the dead ones]]. The only ones who didn't don't make it back are the Ayase/Alana, Masao/Mark and Tad.
12th Dec '17 7:26:52 PM infernape612
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* RagTagBunchOfMisfits: Both games, but particularly ''Eternal Punishment''. Ordinarily, these people wouldn't be seen within ten miles of each other.

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* RagTagBunchOfMisfits: RagtagBunchOfMisfits: Both games, but particularly ''Eternal Punishment''. Ordinarily, these people wouldn't be seen within ten miles of each other.



* RealityEnsues: In Eternal Punishment, If you try to eat food at certain restaurants that serve Liquir; they won't serve to Tatsuya because he's a minor.

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* RealityEnsues: In Eternal Punishment, If ''Eternal Punishment'', if you try to eat food at certain restaurants that serve Liquir; liquor, they won't serve to Tatsuya because he's a minor.
1st Nov '17 1:37:19 PM M3
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* DeadAllAlong: Two characters in ''Innocent Sin'' who appear despite having definitively died until rumors were spread turn out never to have revived: [[spoiler:Akinari Kashihara and Adolf Hitler, who are simply disguises used by Nyarlathotep]].

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* DeadAllAlong: Two characters in ''Innocent Sin'' who and one in ''Eternal Punishment'' appear despite having definitively died until rumors were spread turn out never to have revived: [[spoiler:Akinari Kashihara and Adolf Hitler, Hitler (IS) as well as Guido Kandori (EP), who are simply disguises used by Nyarlathotep]].
31st Oct '17 11:46:56 PM rmctagg09
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* BookEnds: The beginning of ''Eternal Punishment'' has Tatsuya [[spoiler:reunited with Maya in the new universe. The ending of ''Eternal Punishment'' has Maya reunited with Tatsuya in the new universe, though her reaction is different.]] Also, the beginning of Innocent Sin has Tatsuya either confident or unsure of what it is he wants to do with his life. The end of Eternal Punishment reveals what he wants to do.

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* BookEnds: The beginning of ''Eternal Punishment'' has Tatsuya [[spoiler:reunited with Maya in the new universe. The ending of ''Eternal Punishment'' has Maya reunited with Tatsuya in the new universe, though her reaction is different.]] Also, the beginning of Innocent Sin ''Innocent Sin'' has Tatsuya either confident or unsure of what it is he wants to do with his life. The end of Eternal Punishment ''Eternal Punishment'' reveals what he wants to do.



* CentralTheme: The duology tackles regret as a central theme; Eternal Punishment examines regret from the adult perspective, with many of the members either failing at finding something to do, stuck in the past, regretting the choices they made to this point, or simply stuck in stasis, unable to move on. However, Eternal Punishment, despite how heavy a story it usually is, also states optimistic messages about life's regrets in that it may indeed not be too late to find your way, or that even if you don't get to do what you want to do, you're not a failure, and you can keep trying to find something that works for you.

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* CentralTheme: The duology tackles regret as a central theme; Eternal Punishment ''Eternal Punishment'' examines regret from the adult perspective, with many of the members either failing at finding something to do, stuck in the past, regretting the choices they made to this point, or simply stuck in stasis, unable to move on. However, Eternal Punishment, despite how heavy a story it usually is, also states optimistic messages about life's regrets in that it may indeed not be too late to find your way, or that even if you don't get to do what you want to do, you're not a failure, and you can keep trying to find something that works for you.
31st Oct '17 2:57:14 PM M3
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* BookEnds: The beginning of ''Eternal Punishment'' has Tatsuya [[spoiler:reunited with Maya in the new universe. The ending of ''Eternal Punishment'' has Maya reunited with Tatsuya in the new universe, though her reaction is different.]]

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* BookEnds: The beginning of ''Eternal Punishment'' has Tatsuya [[spoiler:reunited with Maya in the new universe. The ending of ''Eternal Punishment'' has Maya reunited with Tatsuya in the new universe, though her reaction is different.]]]] Also, the beginning of Innocent Sin has Tatsuya either confident or unsure of what it is he wants to do with his life. The end of Eternal Punishment reveals what he wants to do.


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* CentralTheme: The duology tackles regret as a central theme; Eternal Punishment examines regret from the adult perspective, with many of the members either failing at finding something to do, stuck in the past, regretting the choices they made to this point, or simply stuck in stasis, unable to move on. However, Eternal Punishment, despite how heavy a story it usually is, also states optimistic messages about life's regrets in that it may indeed not be too late to find your way, or that even if you don't get to do what you want to do, you're not a failure, and you can keep trying to find something that works for you.
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