Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums The Final: This Time it’s Persona-al (4 (Golden))

Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums The Final: This Time it’s Persona-al (4 (Golden))

I can bear-ly believe it’s over!

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Video Game Cheats 'n Beatums is a weekly webcomic by KC Green. If you want to read more, you can find the rest of the archived comics here.

HOW FITTING to end it all with a game whose playtime is about as long as this comic’s run on this site! Seriously, Persona 4 (Golden), what do you WANT from me. Do you know HOW MANY OTHER games there are? You’re not the ONLY one in the world. Sheesh! I couldn’t even beat it! Had to guess the ending from the myriad of clues they’ve left us. This is a hidden object game, right?

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