JRPG Study Time is a series where we explore the vast world of JRPGs and how they have evolved. This time, we take a look at one of the genre’s most accomplished modern titles, Persona 5 Royal.
The Persona series has arrived on PC with little forewarning. Persona 4 Golden is available now and RPGamer has been able to report back on the first thirty hours stacks up.
One of the announcements during the PC Gaming Show is a PC release for Persona 4 Golden. The game is available to buy and download right now on Steam.
The Phantom Thieves have made their triumphant return and are looking to steal more hearts in North America and Europe. Persona 5 Royal is now available in both regions.
Persona 5 has joined its predecessors in getting an enhanced release, albeit in a shorter time-frame. As very much the definitive edition of the game, Persona 5 Royal’s new content adds a good amount of freshness, while tweaks elsewhere ensure it keeps even more in step with players.
The Phantom Thieves are back for more in Persona 5 Royal at the end of the month. Though a review wasn’t able to be completed in time, we have plenty of thoughts from the first half of the game.
Atlus released a new brief, story-focused trailer for Persona 5 Royal. The Phantom Thieves will be looking to steal hearts at the end of the month.
In the latest Persona 5 Royal trailer, Morgana gives newcomer Kasumi a crash course on the game and its new additions. RPGamers have a little over a month before they join back up with the Phantom Thieves.
With Persona 5 Scramble launching next week, Atlus put out a new official trailer for the game. The three-minute video shows the Phantom Thieves on their action-filled adventures.
A new character trailer dropped for Persona 5 Scramble. Zenkichi Hasegawa is an all-new addition to the roster as he joins the Phantom Thieves in their investigation.
A new trailer for Persona 5 Scramble has Futaba giving a three-minute introduction to the game. Meanwhile, a demo version is now available in Japan.
Persona 5 Royal’s western release is now just a couple of months away. Atlus released a new English trailer introducing the members of the Phantom Thieves.
Morgana returns with a fifth Travel Report for Persona 5 Scramble. This edition focuses on Kyoto, where the Phantom Thieves head to at police officer Zenkichi Hasegawa’s suggestion.
Following the launch of the game’s second official trailer, Atlus released Morgana’s fourth Travel Report for Persona 5 Scramble. The latest video shows the Phantom Thieves in Okinawa, as well as the game’s cooking and request systems.
New screenshots and images have been released concerning four recently-introduced Phantom Thieves. Updates to the game’s official site provide further information on the cast members.
Student council president Makoto Niijima is the focus of the latest Persona 5 Scramble trailer. Her Persona-slash-motorbike Johanna gives Makoto the ability to ride through Shadows.
The latest Morgana Travel Report focuses on the northern Japanese city of Sapporo. In addition to showing the icy dungeon players will have to contend with, the update also features details on how players can strengthen their Personas.
Haru gets the spotlight in the latest Persona 5 Scramble character trailer. She will join her fellow Phantom Thieves in cutting through Shadows across Japan in 2020.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder when Yusuke Kitagawa joins the other Phantom Thieves with his own dedicated trailer. Persona 5 Scramble is due out in Japan in February.
The Phantom Thieves have revealed when they plan to strike again in North America and Europe. Persona 5 Royal will be coming west in March.