Persona 3 portable dating mitsuru
P3P does feature a few brand new links, though, and they dovetail nicely with the existing ones.Rio, for example, is the captain of the tennis/volleyball team (the only female sports teams at the school, apparently) with a longing for one of the male protagonist’s social link friends.The most striking aspect of P3P is the choice it offers between the original male protagonist and a new female protagonist, opening up most of the main male cast to P3’s dating game.It also throws in a few completely new characters for the lady protagonist to interact with.I’ve worked as a history teacher, and I can tell you that if I had skipped over 3000 years of world history just to spend three weeks on the Mongol conquests, I’d have been kicked out of my teaching position on my ass.It’s a wonder that P3’s Gekkoukan High and P4’s Yasoinaba High keep hiring these dipshit teachers – only a few stand out as competent. 4) There’s a Ken Amada social link now, and it gets weird If you played either P3 on the PS2, you probably remember Ken Amada. There are spoilerish reasons for why an elementary school student is on your high school shadow monster battle squad, so I won’t go into them.
The greatest standouts here have to be the math teacher who can’t seem to do math problems without getting three wildly different answers, and the Japanese history teacher who can’t shut up about the Sengoku era and breezes over whole centuries-long time periods in a couple of minutes because he only wants to talk about samurai and bushido and all that stuff.
It takes the form of two X’s and two straight lines.
Unless I’m crazy, I would say it looks just like the Roman numeral XXII. Anyone who knows even two sentences of information about the Persona series knows that the tarot is one of its key themes, even going back as far as the old Persona games on the Playstation.
The important point here is that Ken is a little kid.
Mature for his age, sure, but he’s still 10 according to Atlus.