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A few things about P3P strike me as interesting, in fact. 1) The female protagonist’s hairclip The female player character’s hairclip (hairbands?
whatever) isn’t something most people would look at twice. But there something significant about it: it’s a mark of her identity.
And as Igor tells you near the beginning of P3, you, the player character, are 0, “The Fool”, the card that represents infinite possibilities (or something.) If you take a closer look at the tarot, however, you’ll find that The Fool is categorized both as Arcana 0 and Arcana XXII.
Thus, the female protagonist’s XXII hairclip/band thing.
And you should, because Persona 3 is a good game (albeit incredibly long.
I hope you have free time.) on its way, and there was recently a sale on P3P in the Playstation store, so what better time to look back at the series’ past? If you’ve played either console version of P3, P3P does offer some new material.
Nothing illegal is suggested, but the real litmus test in my opinion is whether the same scenario presented in this social link would have worked if the characters’ sexes had been reversed.
It also throws in a few completely new characters for the lady protagonist to interact with.So it’s kind of weird that you, as the female protagonist, can date Ken in your social link with him.You could argue that’s not quite what you’re doing, but you totally are.FES let you do this with Yukari and Mitsuru, and their beach outfits remain in this version of the game.You can also dress up all three in fantasy-style bikini armor, which is prominently featured in Tartarus early on in glowing yellow chests.
Most of the links seem to be with the same characters, but much of the contents of the links are different because of the player character’s opposite sex.