With the aid of a mysterious smartphone app and the inner-power of "Persona", you decide to use the Metaverse to strike back against the rotten society that has unfairly stigmatised you, forming a crew of Phantom Thieves dedicated to stealing Treasure and reforming the corrupt.
also make their return; all party members are able to use both melee weapons and firearms, and you can negotiate with enemies for Personas, money, or items.
She is seemingly shorter than the default male protagonist.
The female protagonist is an additional playable protagonist in Persona 3 Portable.
Her role is non-canonical in the main Persona storyline, proven by male pronouns being used in The Answer, Persona 4 and Persona 4 Arena. Her Persona Orpheus is gold, while his is a pale silver, her eyes are red, while his are gray, et cetera. Her main weapon is a Naginata that inflicts slash attacks.
This version is available on the Play Station Store for Play Station 3.
A portable version with an optional female protagonist and visual novel type cutscenes was released as Persona 3 Portable for Play Station Portable.
You will be given one year; go forth without falter, with your heart as your guide...
You, who wish to safeguard the future, however limited it may be...
At school and at Tartarus, she wears a school uniform of Gekkoukan High School.
She wears a Gekkoukan high badge, a red ribbon tie, a neck strap MP3 player (same as the male protagonist but in the color red), and loafers.
You will be given one year; Go forth without falter, with your heart as your guide...
sub-series, released for the Play Station 2 in 2006 for Japan, and in English in 2007.
To fight the Shadows, each member of SEES is able to summon a Persona, a manifestation of their inner self.