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Sunday, August 21, 2016
The Weekly Stuff Podcast #157 – Reviewing ‘Persona 3 The Movie #4 – Winter of Rebirth’
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If you’ve listened to us for any length of time, you’ll know that our favorite video game here at the
You’ll also know that, as the four-part anime film adaptation has been coming out in Japan over the past three years, we’ve devoted an entire episode to each new installment – and now, with the fourth and final movie in the series,
Winter of Rebirth,
finally available on home video (copies are still
available from RightStuf
, for now at least), it’s time for our final review. We dive in great depth not only into this final film itself, but also to the series as a whole, and how vastly it has surpassed whatever expectations we initially had.
was, is, and shall always be a great game – but this four-part film series has, miraculously, earned a place on the shelf alongside it, something that is a welcome surprise indeed.
Previous Persona 3 Episodes:
Episode #60 – Original
Episode #87 – Reviewing ‘
Persona 3 The Movie #1 – Spring of Birth
Episode #107 – Reviewing ‘
Persona 3 The Movie #2 – Midsummer Knight’s Dream
Episode #134 – Reviewing ‘
Persona 3 The Movie #3 – Falling Down’
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