No need for me to front with you, but when I first heard that P4: The Golden was getting the anime treatment like Persona 4 did... I was a bit wary. I didn't really like the animation style of the first anime (I mean look at this picture, everyone seems to have some form of a 5 o'clock shadow >.>while this looked cool in the game yet much more unnoticeable, on screen in anime format this made the coloring look awkward on the eyes much like how in Gankutsuou the weird photo shop layers took some time to get used to). So far I am relieved to say it has been much easier on the eyes!
Type: Vita Game Adaptation
Genre(s): Comedy, Adventure, Mystery, School, Scifi
# of Ep(s): 12
Synopsis:The protagonist is a high school student who has recently moved from a large city to Inaba, where he is to live and attend school for a year. At school, he quickly becomes friends with Yosuke Hanamura, the somewhat-clumsy son of the manager of the local Junes megastore; Chie Satonaka, an energetic girl with a strong interest in martial arts; and Yukiko Amagi, a calm and refined girl who helps out at her family's inn. A few days into the game, the protagonist, Yosuke, and Chie follow the "Midnight Channel" rumor, which leads them to discover the TV World and meet Teddie, a friendly creature that appears as a hollow bear costume. Using Personas, the students form an Investigation Team to investigate the connection between the TV world and the murders, and possibly capture the culprit. the group gains new members, including: Kanji Tatsumi, a male delinquent who has a talent for feminine hobbies;Rise Kujikawa, a former teen idol trying to find her identity who moves to Inaba as a transfer student;and Naoto Shirogane, a young female detective investigating the case with the local police who wears masculine clothing and presents herself as male due to fear of rejection.