History Videogame / Persona3

2nd May '16 3:36:13 AM LeithSol
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* StoryBranchFavoritism: Aigis develops an implied romance with the protagonist, while other characters only show interest in him[[GameplayAndStorySegregation during their Social Links and in specific in-game events]].

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* StoryBranchFavoritism: Aigis develops an implied romance with the protagonist, while other characters only show interest in him[[GameplayAndStorySegregation him [[GameplayAndStorySegregation during their Social Links and in specific in-game events]].



* TransgenderFetishization: During the BeachEpisode where the guys go out and try to pick up a girl, they find a girl that's interested in them only to discover that she is transgender/crossdressing. The scene is PlayedForLaughs and is one of the few examples of aa girl who is aggressively pursuing sex.

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* TransgenderFetishization: During the BeachEpisode where the guys go out and try to pick up a girl, they find a girl that's interested in them only to discover that she is transgender/crossdressing. The scene is PlayedForLaughs and is one of the few examples of aa a girl who is aggressively pursuing sex.



* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Avertede, surprisingly. "Thou art I, and I am thou..." looks awkward, but is a legitimate use of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subject_complement subject complements]].

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* YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe: Avertede, Averted, surprisingly. "Thou art I, and I am thou..." looks awkward, but is a legitimate use of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subject_complement subject complements]].
1st May '16 11:19:16 AM TwilightLord
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** Near the beginning of the game, a text box says "The gentle spring sunlight is warm." Near the end of the game, a text box says "The gentle spring sunlight warms your body."
1st May '16 11:02:44 AM erforce
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** Even ''Spanish'' shows up occasionally in the English version. After finishing a battle, Shinjiro may quip "Adios, asshole," and late in the game Aigis may yell "[[Franchise/TheTerminator Hasta la vista!]]" when attacking an enemy. Bebe will also start using "Hasta la vista" if the protagonist tells him that when he asks what "Goodbye" means in Japanese.

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** Even ''Spanish'' shows up occasionally in the English version. After finishing a battle, Shinjiro may quip "Adios, asshole," and late in the game Aigis may yell "[[Franchise/TheTerminator "[[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay Hasta la vista!]]" when attacking an enemy. Bebe will also start using "Hasta la vista" if the protagonist tells him that when he asks what "Goodbye" means in Japanese.
30th Apr '16 7:02:40 AM TwilightLord
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* ButterflyOfDeathAndRebirth: Appears every now and then, most notably with the butterfly (who according to WordOfGod is [[BigGood Philemon]] in the opening.

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* ButterflyOfDeathAndRebirth: Appears every now and then, most notably with the butterfly (who according to WordOfGod is [[BigGood Philemon]] Philemon]]) in the opening.
30th Apr '16 6:46:05 AM TwilightLord
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** If you go on a date with Kenji, he talks about getting D'z's new single, a reference to real-life Japanese band B'z.
30th Apr '16 6:38:22 AM TwilightLord
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* BokeAndTsukkomiRoutine: You perform one of these with Kenji in honour of the cancelled (due to a typhoon) school Culture Festival.
25th Apr '16 12:41:52 PM Berrenta
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* TookALevelInJerkass: [[spoiler:Yukari]] in ''The Answer''. [[spoiler:[[ItGetsBetter She gets better.]]]]

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* TookALevelInJerkass: [[spoiler:Yukari]] in ''The Answer''. [[spoiler:[[ItGetsBetter [[spoiler: She gets better.]]]]]]
19th Apr '16 12:50:23 PM TwilightLord
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* PaintingTheFourthWall: When lecturing about summoning magic, Mr. Edogawa says "It's widely seen in books, movies, better video games, and so on..."


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* SelfDeprecation: When lecturing about summoning magic, Mr. Edogawa says "It's widely seen in books, movies, better video games, and so on..." Notice the "better", implying "better than this one".
12th Apr '16 8:44:28 AM TylerL320
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* UnwinnableByMistake: Because advancing the story line is irrespective of how much time the party has actually spent dungeon crawling and gaining levels, this can happen if the next Full Moon area is accessed too early: if SEES isn't leveled up enough, beating the Full Moon boss can be practically impossible, and there are rarely ever enemies to grind out levels on in the Full Moon areas. Thankfully, this isn't a fatal example, as save files can always be reloaded. [[DevelopersForesight The developers were obviously aware of this and made steps to avoid it]]: the player can't actually save on Full Moons, preventing them from saving over previous days that could have let them grind their party up to a good level. In addition, party members will never get tired the day before Full Moons, allowing the team to grind as much as they want. If a party member ''is'' tired when a Full Moon rolls around, they'll be suddenly restored to "Good" condition.



** The male protagonist can use any weapon type, but he usually prefers one-handed swords, unsurprisingly. He's locked into that option for the PSP version of the game.

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** The male protagonist can use any weapon type, but he usually prefers one-handed swords, unsurprisingly.[[HeroesPreferSwords unsurprisingly]]. He's locked into that option for the PSP version of the game.



** Junpei uses two-handed swords, often wielding them like a baseball bat, evoking his often-reckless personality.

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** Junpei uses two-handed swords, often wielding them like a baseball bat, evoking his often-reckless personality.bat. He offhandedly mentions that he wanted to be a baseball player as a kid.



** Ken uses large, unwieldy spears, presumably to widen the gap between him and his opponents.

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** Ken uses large, unwieldy spears, presumably spears. He says he does so to widen the gap between him and compensate for his opponents.shorter stature against foes.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: What happened to [[spoiler:Takaya]] after he collapsed in laughter atop Tartarus during [[spoiler:TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt]]? Everyone else was [[spoiler:sent to the foot of the tower as it went away]], so where did he go?
** Chances are that [[spoiler:either way, he's dead. If Takaya wasn't killed by the collapse of Tartarus, then he would likely have been eventually killed by his Persona.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: What happened to [[spoiler:Takaya]] after he collapsed in laughter atop Tartarus during [[spoiler:TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt]]? [[spoiler:the ending sequence]]? Everyone else was [[spoiler:sent to the foot of the tower as it went away]], so where did he go?
** Chances are that [[spoiler:either way, he's dead. If Takaya wasn't killed by the collapse of Tartarus, then he would likely have been eventually killed by his Persona.]]
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7th Apr '16 6:19:48 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* NewGamePlus: You can carry over some things into a new run after completing the game, such as your level, yen, and Persona Compendium. In ''Portable'', this is averted with the new Maniac difficulty, which does not allow you to carry over anything from a previous playthrough.
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