Against my better judgement, I’ve been on a Persona rampage. After 120 hours, I finally completed my first playthrough of Persona 5. While I fully intend to give it another go, I decided to play through the main entries in the Persona series in its ‘correct’ numerical order. You see, like most people, P4 was my first…
At 27 years old, the world found me in a place I never thought it would. I grew up loving video games. Some of my earliest memories are of playing Super Mario World with my big brother. Being the early 90's, my much older brother was the coolest person I knew, and his love of the Super Nintendo transferred to me. But…
Persona 5 has this attraction to it... this attraction that’s hard to put into words. Its present right there at the menu screen. Currently, I am 25 hours in and every time I boot up the game I am drawn in by the simple click of the menu selection.
There are certain things I can and want to expose my curious 10 year-old nephew to. Particular parts of Persona 5? Yes. Most of the game? Not yet. I’d like for him to be engaged with it in the future. But he’s already halfway there as it’s a fictional, yet too real snapshot of what we’re all living through right now.
Whats up! I missed my original April live stream date, sorry. I’m going to stream a few things today, starting with Overwatch. I will move on and stream some Persona 5 and will also try to fit in some Call of Duty Infinite Warefare and Titanfall 2, both titles from 2016 I really enjoyed. If I’m up for it I might try…
I’ll preface this piece by stating that I’ve played through Persona 3: FES and Persona 4: Golden multiple times because I consider these two games among the best in the JRPG genre. That aside, I’ve logged approximately twenty hours with Persona 5 since getting it into my grubby mitts, and here are my initial…
Note: This is the first installment in what will hopefully be a weekly series of vaguely connected essays on Persona 5 as I make my way through it. This essay contains light spoilers for the first two hours of the game. This post is originally from my Medium blog.
Its mainly about Katsura Hoshino’s philosophies in his work and the thoughts behind the team’s creation to Persona 5's setting.
Earlier today Atlus announced on stream that Persona 5's western release date has been pushed back to April 4, 2017.
Anyone here really excited for Persona 5, like it may be a psychosis excited. Even with all the great JRPGs coming out in recent weeks and the next few months February 14th is going to be a special day for many. It’s lucky it will be Valentines Day as you’ll need that boosted Social Link with your significant other to…
Released yesterday shortly following the unveiling of the slim PS4, this masterful piece of advertising was released on the Japanese Playstation Youtube account.
Fear not Europe, Persona 5 will be stealing your heart on February 14, 2017 along with NA. Better yet, you’ll also be receiving the same Premium Edition.
It’s been well documented that some new Persona 5 footage was shown at E3, but of personal interest to me was the first listen to the full version of Persona 5's battle theme.
Courtesy of this kind youtuber Ryan Shrinefox we now have the 4th Persona 5 trailer with English subtitles, enjoy!
According to a questionnaire in SE, SE is inquiring fans if they would buy FFXV over Persona 5, if they were release around the same time.