As the daughter of the mistress of a long established high class hotel, Yukiko has a very busy daily schedule. She also awakens as a Persona User but how is she connected to the incidents...?
The video description for "The Daughter of the Established Ryokan (Hotel)" goes onto talking about the facts we already know from the Famitsu magazine, saying how her home the "Amagiya Ryokan" is a well-known high class hotel. However, it also mentions that just like Chie, she also has a certain darkness surrounding her heart.
Yukiko tells the MC how she's never left the rural town of Inaba so she doesn't know what it's like to be a transfer student. She is also always going home earlier than the others so she doesn't know how the MC is getting along at school either. Hesitating a little, she asks how the MC is getting along with Chie and the choices are:
- "I'm getting along with her"
- "She's ignoring me."
- "I don't really know."
She's very glad when she hears the first choice and says Chie is a very reliable friend who is always supporting her.
Murders, Early Investigation
A bizarre corpse is found on a foggy day and the police are unable to find out the truth behind the incident.
In the video the young officer can't find any other pieces of evidence linked to the murderer at the crime scene. Ryotaro Dojima tells him they don't know if it's a murder yet but, the officer insists it is because no corpse would look like the way it is if it was just an accident. There's now been two unexplained cases which means the murderer must be the same person and there's a serial murder going on. But why are the corpses the way they are...?
I haven't heard any of Ami Koshimizu's other roles but, I think her voice suits tomboy characters more. Or maybe it's because I got that impression from Code Geass.
The track playing in the murder video sounds very similar to the P3 tracks. I know Shoji Meguro is responsible for the music again but, with the music in the trailer sounding so different, I wasn't really expecting any similar tracks.
So... When will they start referring to these murders as "Reverse" cases?