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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This stole my heart, 16 April 2017
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Now this review is written form the perspective of a Persona fan, who's completed all the games (including spin-offs) in the series. This is als my second Special/Collectors Edition from Atlus so I hope I can offer insight into that too. Now that I've got that out of the way let's get started with the review. As per usual below you'll find my usual list of Pros (good stuff), Neutrals (not good nor bad), and Cons (the bad stuff).

Pros:
The Game = Well it's another Persona, ever since Persona 3 the series has been the king of the JRPG so it's expected that they'll continue the trend here. I'm not going to spoil the story but feel free to watch a few trailers, nothing is really spoiled as they show rather little. As for where I'd rate it, I'd say it's better than 4, which is often labeled as the best game in the series (until now). If this is your first time to the series you have nothing to worry about, each game is mostly standalone bar a few references that are not... Read more
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Probably the best JRPG you will play this generation, 28 May 2017
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After months of hype and even longer waiting for a sequel toons of my favourite games, Persona 4 (the game I bought a PlayStation Vita for), I finally got to play Persona 5 on the PS4.
Anyone new to the persona series should be aware that it's unlike any other current JRPG out there. Atlas have kept the combat turn based, and it’s a perfect example of how to pull off a turn based game this generation. I really wanted games like Final Fantasy to go back to its routes with battle systems but personally I believe they never will as they feel that times have moved on, however games like Persona and Bravely Second show how wrong they are.

Not only is the combat turn based but the detail of the battle system is so rewardable. Like older Persona games you collect enemies like Pokemon and use them to fight for you, these are called personas and are meant to be your other self. Every character has their own persona, however as the main character you can collect others as you... Read more
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For JRPG lovers, 20 Jun. 2017
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Genre - plays a lot like a JRPG mixed with a sim. What that means is that there's a lot of time management that you need to keep in mind, you have limited time in-game unlike other RPGs. By this I mean that the game does not encourage you to grind a lot during most of the first half, rather explore the different things you can do from the Sim side - like boost your knowledge, strengthen relationships etc

Graphics are amazing, great cutscenes and due to the time limits, it's realitively easy to play in short periods of time if you dont have 10hours at a time to play.

Just keep in mind, it may not appeal to more western RPG players due to the sim aspect and longer periods in between chapters. You do not advance as soon as you complete a dungeon, rather after a period of in-game days/weeks.
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Persona 5 (PS3) - more information/specs

Brand Deep Silver
EAN 4020628819736
Feature Persona 5 marks the return of the award-winning franchise on home consoles since the PS2 generation.
Fast-paced Japanese role-playing game mechanics, exciting action sequences.
Vibrantly stylized characters, enemies, and environments, elegant anime-style cut-scenes.
Soundtrack featuring the fresh sounds of acid jazz composed by the gifted Shoji Meguro.
Overcome various obstacles with graceful Phantom Thief action. The simple-to-learn, but hard-to-master controls will be enjoyed by newcomers and veteran Persona players alike.
Genre role-playing-games
Manufacturer Deep Silver
Platform PlayStation 3
ProductGroup Video Games
Publisher Deep Silver
ReleaseDate 2017-04-04
Title Persona 5 (PS3)