Persona 4 is finally compatible with Steam decks

Did you miss Persona 4, which swept the world in 2008? Did you miss its enhanced “gold” version too? I did it. Although the latest version has miraculously been on the Steam storefront for less than two years, Persona fans are disappointed to see no JRPGs on the list of supported games for the Steam platform. However, the latest software update for the portable PC should please all Atlus fans looking to relive the fond memories of playing Golden on the go. Persona 4 is finally compatible with Steam Decks.

according to polygonn, the recent uptick in enthusiasm for Persona 4 – The Steam Deck stems from a highly requested but still non-existent Nintendo Switch port.Check out a bunch of Atlus’ best games – Namely P3, P4 and P5 – are exclusive to specific consoles, or completely inaccessible without an emulator, and nearly a decade after the launch of the PS Vita, a slew of Steam deck buyers are looking forward to diving into Golden. Thankfully, players will have a chance next week to experience one of the best JRPGs in recent memory.

Like other acclaimed installations in the series, Persona 4 chronicles the daily lives of high school students as they battle love, grades, and philosophical alternative selves in gorgeous dungeon-crawling/turn-based action sequences. Murder is plaguing the small town of Inaba, and it’s your job to find out the truth about a disturbing, world-distorting mystery.

Like many of you, we love Persona 4 Golden. Kimberley Wallace gave her review an 8.5 and concluded:

“The greatest strength of Persona 4 Golden is that everything from the online combat, to the social aspects, to the fresh changes, is seamless. Newcomers are sure to find a lot of love, while series veterans can relive fond memories and experience new content. .This game remains one of the best RPGs to date; don’t miss the second [or, in this case, third] Have a chance to experience it. “

For more Persona content, check out my Persona 6 wishlist, which Atlus boldly claims will be “6 of 5”.

[Source: Polygon]