Another game that came out ages ago (although not quite as long ago as Dark Souls III), my review of this game was partly delayed by how long it is. I didn't play a completionist run or anything like that, by any stretch of the imagination, but the game still took me over a hundred hours to play through. In a market where it's becoming increasingly prevalent to sell twelve or eight hour games for a full fifty quid price tag, a game that costs an even fifty quid and which provides two hours of enjoyment for each pound is astounding to me.
In fact, it was almost too long. Towards the end, I was starting to become increasingly vexed with the real-life segments (which are never the most interesting parts of a Persona game), especially when I needed a certain level in a social stat and had to effectively spend time grinding that stat with DVDs and visits to the diner. Still, I did eventually finish it, and even felt a little bit sad when I had -- although, with a positive storm of spin-offs lined up, I'm sure that I won't have to wait long to see more of the Phantom Thieves.