Persona 4 The Animation (720p – 100MB)
When Narukami Yuu`s family moves to the rural country town of Inaba, he`s expecting a lot more peace and quiet than he`s been used to in the big city. Instead, the peace has been shattered and the only quiet is the quiet of the grave, as a rash of mysterious murders and kidnappings sweep the countryside. With the police stymied, Yuu finds himself joining with a group of eight other teenagers in a desperate bid to solve the mystery. A mystery that is somehow connected to both the local weather patterns and a strange video game world which Yuu, his friends and the enigmatic killer can all enter. And where each must wield a unique weapon and learn to use amazing powers if they wish to survive. Journey beyond the Velvet Room as the hit PlayStation 2â¢ game becomes a spectacular anime in Persona 4 the Animation!
Source: Sentai Filmworks
Anime Type – TV Series
Total Episodes – 12
Rating – 6.86
Aired – Jul 11, 2014 to Sep 26, 2014
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I`ve been playing Persona 3 Portable for roughly 50 hours, and must say that for anyone who enjoyed the game, chances are will enjoy this show.
I haven`t played any other of the Persona games, but this anime sure borrows a lot of elements from P3P – which I found a good thing. The producers sure know how to please their fans.
Bottom-line is; fans of the games will enjoy the show more than those who are not.
I`m a rabid Persona 4 fan and this is actually what got me watching anime again. 10/10 stuff, it was close enough to the original plot as it could be considering it was so few episodes but still wholly enjoyable. Recommended to all.
Normally you`d praise an anime for sticking close to the source material, Persona 4 – The Animation, however, suffers greatly from doing so. The structure of the story is not well suited for an anime and thus feels very predictable. The characters however work great in their anime format and the animation and music is rock solid. If you`re like me and you`re a huge fan of the game, don`t hesitate to watch it. However if you`ve got no previous interest in Persona 4 be aware that the anime starts off really slowly, however it should pick up towards the middle of the season.
*First, check to see if we share similar anime tastes.* I wasn`t impressed, but I`d recommend this for fans of the game. This might leave people with mixed feelings. While it can be cheesy and formulaic, it also does a good job of emulating a game-like storyline (where clichÃ©s can actually be a good thing).
Changed my mind… originally I didn`t know what to think and didn`t really like it… after ep 10~ I really started to like it, so much that I bought the whole line of Persona games for the PSP/PS2. Just not sure at this point if I should play the Persona 4 first before watching the rest of the series.
Quite good, I think most existing fans of the game except the most die-hard purists will appreciate the adaption. Excellent art, good and interesting presentation choices, the liberties they took with the story and dialogue all make sense in context and stay true to the broader characters and themes. Those who have not played the game or series will probably miss out on some of the deeper significance of some events, but I think will still be able to enjoy this.
Just stay away from the “True End” episode. It`s a mess in just about every way possible. Some interesting presentation ideas, but the whole thing reeks of trying to just animate 30 minutes of iconic scenes from the ending without trying to make any kind of narrative or dramatic sense. Luckily, the series ends on a perfectly acceptable note without the OVA with only a couple minor plot threads unresolved.