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I Just Really Love Persona 3

From the left (front row) : Junpei, Minato, Yukari
At the back : Thanatos

Persona 3 is one of the most memorable game to me
The characters, the blue theme, the is just so amazing
The main character is my favorite character of all (I even wanted to have the same hair style as he is)
*The main character don't have a name, but in the manga his name is Minato Arisato
When I listen to the opening song, "Burn My Dread", I suddenly feel like want to play the game again
But it is just a dream...I don't have my PS2 here... :((

This is the video of the opening of the game
I really love it, so can you do me a favor and watch it??
Maybe you'll understand why I love the video so much
And you'll realize why my URL is "zafree-mementomori" :)

Actually, the reason that triggered me to buy this game is because of Yukari (the heroine)
She's hot :p

If you still have your PS2, then go get this game!
You should look for Shin Megami Tensei Persona 3 : FES~


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