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For those new to games studies, the most important primer is the recognition that, as a field of research, it is at its most revealing when in conversation with perspectives from other fields and domains of inquiry. Espen Aarseth announced that the first issue of Game Studiesthe international journal of computer game research, marked the commencement of computer game studies. Aarseth's editorial launched the trajectory for the following two decades of game research, obscuring much of the work examining digital and analogue games that had contributed to the tipping point at which the fields' coalescence could become a reality.

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Persona 5 brought new eyes to the series and helped the Persona franchise pass the landmark of 15 million total sales. Persona 6 is inevitable, right? Is it in development yet? More importantly, when might it be released?

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Parents' Ultimate Guide to Support our work! Corona Column 3 Use these free activities to help kids explore our planet, learn about global challenges, think of solutions, and take action. Kid reviews for Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4. Based on our expert review. Based on 9 reviews. Based on 18 reviews. Add your rating. Parents say 9 Kids say How in the holy name of hell does it say not present for positive messages.

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This game is a masterpiece of beautiful storytelling that teaches a lesson about the importance of your relationships with other people. If it was up to me, I would have every circle filled in for Positive Messages. Great characters, great lessons, great game.

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This title contains: Positive Messages. Positive role models.

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Report persona h game review. Teen, 13 years old Written by killer December 2, Pretty much an extended PG movie Let me start by saying, this is not as dark as persona 3. THAT game is pretty freakin' depressing. You can be a positive role model yourself, but there are also other positive role models, such as Teddie only because he's so freakin' innocent. The message is, we all have a dark side; a side that we want to deny, but can't. This game does have constant use of language, yet no F-words are said throughout the over hour persona h game, so it's pretty much just an unusually extended PG movie with standard violence, suggestive and sexual themes, alcohol references and language.

Overall, this game is completely amazing. The only reason someone of 13 or 14 shouldn't play this game, is if they are seen to be unusually influenced by media which most kids are NOT. Had useful details 1. Read my mind. Teen, 16 years old Written by SuperfluousPsyon April 30, Unique and Amazing Anime-Inspired Adventure Really, deciding if you're kids can play this game all comes down to their personal tastes.

I think it's a really interesting game but most early teens may find it boring or may not be able to deal with the darker themes. None of the games in the series have to have been played to understand the story, as the games are mostly unrelated. The game revolves around a serial murder case in a small Japanese town, and it's up to the player to find out who's doing it and stop them. This is really the largest source of violence in the game, as the actual combat isn't too gory.

The player interacts with many students in their school and other people in the town and a mysterious fox?!? You can have romantic relationships with multiple girls, and there is little consequence to it.

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However, this is more of a gameplay contrivance than anything else, because to understand all the characters you must complete their social links, which with the girls is a relationship. There is a fair amount of innuendo and sex jokes, but no nudity and honestly nothing that wouldn't go on at a normal high school anyway. The same goes with the language, as it isn't as bad as most other M-rated games i. In one scene the characters who are underage do drink alcohol, and some items' names could be interpreted as drug-related.

It should also be noted that most characters are flawed and through working together the player helps them become stronger, which is why it has good role models. Persona h game characters both struggle with their sexuality, so younger players may be confused and not understand some of the discussions.

All these are things mature teens should be able to handle. It is not easy to play for newcomers, but if you've played games such as Chrono Trigger or the Final Fantasy Series it shouldn't be too hard. What makes the combat unique is that players collect personas, each with their own unique stats, abilities, and weaknesses, and can use them to fight or fuse them to create more powerful ones. It can be overwhelming at first, but the game does a fairly good job of easing you into it and explaining what to do.

If a player is struggling, they can always "grind" and go back to areas to fight enemies and become stronger.

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All in all, I don't think I could ever write everything there is to say about this game. The bottom line is that it has a great story, interesting characters, unique gameplay, and a long-lasting adventure that any mature gamer can enjoy. Now hurry up and announce Persona 5 Atlus!!!

Positive Messages. Teen, 14 years old Written by Pancake Prince February 22, Teen, 13 years old Written by Mabufu November 28, My favorite game ever.

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I'm no critic but I personally love this game. The characters are great. The gameplay is fun.

And the story is awesome as well but it can get a little sexual and violent at times so yeah probably wait till 15 I also really love the idea of facing your inner demons head on. Teen, 14 years old Written by Junes Employee November 25, A JRPG masterpiece! Persona 4 is one of the best games made in the 's. An amazing soundtrack, simple yet fun battle system, and a wonderful message really brings this game to life.

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I feel like this game is suitable for mid-late teenagers, as long as you know what you're getting into. The story is about of high-school students who go into the world inside of thier TVs to solve and prevent murders. The game has you balance life as a student and life as a vigilante. Persona games are known for having strong messages, and this is no exception.

P4 has a very strong theme of identity.

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Throughout the game, your party uses Personas, a manifesation of someone's psyche, primarily the good parts, the parts they like about themselves. On the contrary, the main enemies, Shadows, are the manifestation of the parts of yourself that you supress or don't like. The way you obtain your Persona is also very symbolic.

You gain your Persona by coming to terms and accepting yourself, even the bad parts.

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So, this game has a fantastic message. Now for some more topical stuff. The violence isn't bad at all. It's all very slow and turn-based. When you defeat an enemy, they just sorta dissolve into a red cloud resembling blood. There aren't that many sexy moments, just a few sprinkled here and there. There is some swearing, but that's to be expected from an M rated game.

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Teen, 14 years old Written by wizardortitan June 3, A unique RPG worth your while. Great cast of characters, music, and fighting system.

While there is some mature content, it is nothing worse than what has been seen in PG movies. There are some scantily-clad girls, occasional moderate swearing, bloodshed, and drinking. This title contains: Language. An intriguing RPG, but with a disturbing plot.