History Videogame / Persona3

19th Jun '16 12:21:33 AM TylerL320
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* LonelyPianoPiece:
** "Living with Determination", which plays during sad scenes both in the main story and in Social Links. It receives a TriumphantReprise [[spoiler:as the dorm theme for the final month of the game]].
** "Memories of the City" and "Memories of the School", which are sad, simple piano melodies [[spoiler:that replace the previously-upbeat city and school themes, respectively, in the game's final month]].



** Completely averted in the last month of the game, where [[spoiler:the happy-sounding exploration music of Port Island, the school, and the dorm are replaced with incredibly bleak piano instrumentals]].

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** Completely averted in the last month of the game, later on, where [[spoiler:the happy-sounding exploration music of Port Island, the school, and the dorm are replaced with incredibly piano instrumentals for the final month - bleak piano instrumentals]].in the former two's case, triumphant in the latter's]].



* SoLongAndThanksForAllTheGear: Averted when [[spoiler:Shinjiro dies]]. You can go through his stuff and take back the equipment you lent him.

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* SoLongAndThanksForAllTheGear: Averted when [[spoiler:Shinjiro dies]]. You can go through his their stuff and take back the equipment you lent him.them.



* ThemeTuneCameo


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* TriumphantReprise: [[spoiler:The dorm theme in the final month of the game changes to]] a remix of "Living with Determination". While the main piano melody remains unchanged, the addition of an upbeat drumbeat gives the song a fitting climactic feel, representing the party's resolve to [[spoiler:avert the upcoming apocalypse]].
11th Jun '16 6:16:44 PM nombretomado
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* JapaneseHolidays: One Full Moon Shadow battle occurs on {{Tanabata}}, with an appropriate theme. Also, there are "holiday episodes" on certain dates, notably the New Year Festival (featuring SEES) and the Summer Festival and Christmas Eve (during which you have the option of going out with the girl you have the highest Social Link with/guy you are romantic with or Yukari and Fuuka).

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* JapaneseHolidays: One Full Moon Shadow battle occurs on {{Tanabata}}, UsefulNotes/{{Tanabata}}, with an appropriate theme. Also, there are "holiday episodes" on certain dates, notably the New Year Festival (featuring SEES) and the Summer Festival and Christmas Eve (during which you have the option of going out with the girl you have the highest Social Link with/guy you are romantic with or Yukari and Fuuka).
10th Jun '16 1:51:20 PM TylerL320
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* NecessaryFail: On the Male Protagonist's route, regardless of your choice, [[spoiler:at rank nine the Moon will inevitably reverse. This is rectified shortly thereafter, though.]]



* NecessaryFail: On the Male Protagonist's route, regardless of your choice, [[spoiler:at rank nine the Moon will inevitably reverse. This is rectified shortly thereafter, though.]]

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* NecessaryFail: On NextSundayAD: Takes place in 2009-2010, a few years after the Male Protagonist's route, regardless of your choice, [[spoiler:at rank nine game's release. As the game uses the real world lunar calendar, this was likely done to make sure [[spoiler:the final Full Moon will inevitably reverse. This is rectified shortly thereafter, though.]]boss takes place on a significant date: January 31st]].
9th Jun '16 11:46:22 PM TylerL320
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** Most of the vocal themes on the soundtrack are in English, making them an example for the original Japanese version.



** "Kimi no Kioku", the ending theme song, which elaborates on the game's ending sequence and foreshadows [[spoiler:Aigis and the rest of the team's emotional development during [[ExpansionPack "The Answer"]])]]. Since the song is in Japanese and there are no subtitles, it's up to the player to [[AllThereInTheManual find out what the song's about]].

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** "Kimi no Kioku", the ending theme song, which elaborates on the game's ending sequence and foreshadows [[spoiler:Aigis and the rest of the team's emotional development during [[ExpansionPack "The Answer"]])]]. Since the song is in Japanese and there are no subtitles, it's up English-speaking players have to the player to [[AllThereInTheManual find out what the song's about]].about on their own.


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** The school year begins and ends with Mitsuru giving a speech to the student body. She remarks on this similarity during the second speech:
-->When I first addressed you from this podium, I spoke to you all about seizing opportunity while you had the chance.
4th Jun '16 7:49:09 PM nombretomado
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** In the PS2 versions, the weapon shop would only be open in the afternoon, not the evenings, so when you went to the mall in the evenings (the only location you could go to in the evenings, in fact!) it would sit there, closed, taunting you. This was changed in the ''Portable'' version, making the shop open in the evenings.

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** In the PS2 [=PS2=] versions, the weapon shop would only be open in the afternoon, not the evenings, so when you went to the mall in the evenings (the only location you could go to in the evenings, in fact!) it would sit there, closed, taunting you. This was changed in the ''Portable'' version, making the shop open in the evenings.
23rd May '16 7:13:20 PM ShorinBJ
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** Enemies will never run out of Spirit Points, no matter how many magical skills they use. This was actually changed in ''Persona 4'', where enemies also have a finite amount of SP.

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** Enemies will never run out of Spirit Points, no matter how many magical skills they use. This was actually changed for the FES version and in ''Persona 4'', where enemies also have a finite amount of SP.
17th May '16 10:34:12 PM ShorinBJ
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** The[[BigBallOfViolence All-Out Attack]], and Co-Op attacks in [=P3P=].

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** The[[BigBallOfViolence The [[BigBallOfViolence All-Out Attack]], and Co-Op attacks in [=P3P=].
4th May '16 2:33:32 PM eroock
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->''Death is not a hunter unbeknownst to its prey.\\

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->''Death ->''"Death is not a hunter unbeknownst to its prey.\\



cherished by those who bid him farewell.''

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cherished by those who bid him farewell.''"''
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."
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