Persona 4 adds a new setting, story, weather system, and multiple dungeons. Also the best not considering the new title to be released. Game play: 5/5, As if a turn based RPG had a loved child with dating sim.
So once the translation was out of the way, I thoroughly enjoyed this game, for what it was, anyway. For those who don’t know what Love Hina is all about, you may have a slightly difficult time trying to keep up with what happens in the game.
You play as Lifeless RPG Protagonist #5924 (commonly referred to by his canon names Yu Narukami or Souji Seta) who moves out to the small rural Japanese town of Inaba, after his parents move away on work-related matters.
For the next year or so, Mr Protag is forced on a wild ride through a murder mystery where victims are thrown through their television sets into an alternate universe.
Those that DO know the story will notice the inconsistencies, which will be addressed later.
If you have no idea what Love Hina is and you’re playing this game anyway, let me give a brief synopsis.