Beginning with Persona 3, the series adopted a style of play that has you going to school, spending time bonding with friends, working part time jobs, dungeon crawling, fighting shadows, and ultimately saving the world.
It's weird, unorthodox, and completely unheard of, but anyone who's played the last two main entries will tell you just how well it all works. Instead the changes that Persona 5 makes aren't to the formula, but rather much needed fixes and improvements that will deepen your gameplay experience in the 100-hour or more journey.
Persona 5 is nearly here and critics are loving it!
If you're a fan of the series, you've had the pleasure of playing some of the most unique JRPGs of the last decade.
With social features, you can tap the large pad on the PS4 controller to pull up the percentage of players that chose each answer; usually the majority answer is the correct one. There are references to Personas, or basic facts you can Google in a pinch.
Others are downright puzzling, like the origins of a Shogi piece name.
But the best use of the feature is for pop quizzes, little moments in class when teachers will ask you the answer to questions about art, history, language, and other topics.is a role-playing game about breaking into physical manifestations of people’s darkest desires.It’s also a game about getting good grades, making friends, working part-time jobs, improving yourself, and taking care of your plants over the course of a year in the life of a Japanese teenager.If there's one point of reference that the later Persona games haven't received much praise for, it's the dungeons.Persona 3 only has one dungeon: Tartarus, a twisted manifestation of the school you attended that would only appear at night.