Another page from Persona Club. I tried my best to translate it, hope it’s okay! I believe these are their reactions to each other before the events of the game.
Some of Nanjo’s phrases were a little confusing. If anyone has a better idea of what he’s saying, please let me know!
“He’s on the same level as my horse”. NANJO.
The old Shin Megami Tensei Timeline/Multiverse branch from one of the promotional Nocturne Videos (with the names added by me in white).
While I’m pretty sure it’s not being used anymore, it’s interesting to see what Atlus imagined their franchise’s branching paths and multiverse to be back then.
X-Men is an American animated television series which debuted on October 31, 1992, in the United States on the Fox Network as part of its Fox Kids Saturday morning lineup. In 1990 Margaret Loesch became head of Fox Children’s Network. Having championed the Pryde of the X-Men pilot in 1989, she was quick to set up an order for 13 episodes of X-Men.
In its prime, X-Men garnered very high ratings for a Saturday morning cartoon and it received wide critical praise for its portrayal of many different storylines from the comics. Prejudice, intolerance, isolation, and racism were all frequent themes in the animated series, as they were in the comics.
Along with Gargoyles, this still remains one of my favorite American-made series. X-men had plenty of action, interesting characters and storylines you could relate to and was, to me at least, a gateway drug into reading comics.
And dat Dark Phoenix Saga.
Also let’s be real Gambit made card throwing an art.
Right, so, I thought that Persona 2 basically couldn’t get me anymore. I thought that, especially playing the Japanese version I’d be okay since my reading skills are pretty poor.
Oh, was I wrong.
(spoilers under the cut if you have never beaten IS (or EP really))
WOW NOOOO I CAN’T TAKE THIS GAME ANYMORE.
So the SMT:IV English website is up and they have this as one of their screenshots.
You know that feeling when you KNOW you’ve seem something familiar looking like that before? The hand position, that scream, even the twirling in the back, where had my mind seen this befor—