She is a cute girl who has a signature green jacket with various pins, brown hair in a bowl cut, and does not consider herself very feminine.
Dating two girls in persona 4
Her cheery disposition hides a lot of pain and insecurities.
After my relationship with the Symphonic Band’s resident trombone player, “Ayane”, went up to “intimate” and she said she was my “girlfriend”, I immediately reverted to my previous save file.
I had to figure out if this was the right move or not.
Chie appeals to me because she is a tomboy who does not consider herself to be very feminine (at least compared to Yukiko), but she is very much so in her own way.
She is cute and steadfast, she stands up for what she believes in, and is more-or-less the same as other girls on the inside (in wanting to feel adoration for being womanly).
While I understand you can have multiple girlfriends without it interfering too much with the way the game works (or so my research says), I would really like to save something like that to a second play-through.What I would like to do right now is figure out which girl I want to be my main girlfriend (and obviously I do not want it to be Ayane) and yet I am stuck between Chie Satonaka, Yukiko Amagi, and Rise Kujikawa.Relationships are something that I take very seriously, whether it be platonic, romantic, or fictionally digital (like this one).I want to make sure I make the right choice that I will not regret, and because of that I need to consider the options available to me and what my heart desires. Finally getting a chance to play the game, I picked up Persona 4 Golden on Playstation Vita recently (Thanks a million Seruki Love! The game was going brilliantly…until I realized you can form romantic relationships.This has made me re-analyze my current approach to the game.