After many delays, Persona 5 is here. It was worth the wait.Persona 4 was a particularly special game, but it’s hard to really put my finger on why. It’s one of those classic occurrences where the stars just seem to align – the right game, starring the right characters with the right style at the right time. Persona 4 perhaps didn’t quite get that last part right, a PS2 title released a good two years after the PS3 had launched, but much about that game was near-enough perfect.Here’s the shocking thing about its sequel: Persona 5 is even better. I didn’t think it was doable, but Atlus and SEGA’s P Studio has done it. The result is a seminal Japanese RPG, one that I’d safely scribble as an addition to the list of genre-defining greats such as Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VII. And, wow, yes – just typing that felt a bit nuts.We’re eight years removed from Persona 4, and after a multitude of spin-offs and expanded rereleases Persona 5 is the clean break the series needs: a new cast, a new city, a new tone. The latter is the most important of those points, for while this game… Read full this story
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