How to get top of the class in Persona 5 by answering all quiz questions
Going to school is a core part of Persona 5, and at multiple points during the game, you'll have general knowledge questions thrown your way. These questions come in two varieties: they're either asked directly by a teacher, or they're part of an exam. Answer questions asked...
And can you romance more than one girl?
Persona 5 probably has the most in-depth romance system that the series has seen. If you enter a relationship with someone, you'll be able to take them on dates and you'll unlock multiple special scenes that play out at set points during the story. The waifu wars have never been quite so engaging. There are a...
Let us start the game
Persona 5 is probably the most accessible game in Atlus' series thus far. It's got plenty of small tutorials that ease you into each system, and a range of difficulty options cater to players of all skill levels. Having said that, though, Persona 5 can still seem rather daunting at times. The fact that the game runs on a...
How to get the true ending in Persona 5
Does Persona 5 have a bad ending? Yes, yes it does. It's actually got multiple bad endings, one questionable ending, and one good ending - at least, as far as we know. In this guide, we'll be showing you how to avoid the bad endings and end the game on a relatively happy note. We've split this Persona 5...
The cycle repeats
Like previous games in the series, Persona 5 has a New Game + mode, which unlocks after you finish the game. It allows you to carry over multiple things that you unlocked during your previous playthrough into a fresh run. Essentially, you can start a new story with a bunch of bonuses. In this guide, we'll detail all aspects of New...
All possible social links detailed
Unsurprisingly, social links make a return in Persona 5. By choosing to spend your free time with characters that you meet during the game, you'll be able to increase their confidant rank. Increasing this rank unlocks bonus passive abilities and allows personas to gain more experience points upon being fused as...
Safety, Easy, Normal, and Hard difficulties detailed
Right near the start of the game, you'll be asked to select Persona 5's difficulty level. There are four difficulty options to choose from: Safety, Easy, Normal, and Hard. Keep in mind that if you choose anything other than Safety, you'll be free to change the difficulty at any time outside of...
Share button blocked
Persona 5 is one of the very few PlayStation 4 games that will outright block the use of your Share button. The game won't allow you to take screenshots or stream gameplay directly from your console - but the limitations don't stop there. Even with capture equipment, there are strict guidelines in place to stop you from showing...
Persona 5 is a difficult game to review – not because of its quality or lack thereof, but because it's such an intricate release. It's a role-playing title made up of many different parts, and explaining each and every one of them in detail would take way too long. With that in mind, we'll try to be brief: Persona 5 is a Japanese...
Let us start the game
There's no point in beating around the bush: from what we've played so far, Persona 5 is utterly brilliant. We're around 20 hours in, and although we still have potentially triple that amount of playtime to go, we can't deny that we're absolutely enraptured with Atlus' latest. Even as we're sitting here right now, writing this...
Get up, get out there
The Persona series has some of the best, most memorable music in gaming - and we're not sure many people would argue with us on that one. Typically melding catchy beats with various singing styles, veteran composer Shoji Meguro always delivers the goods, and unsurprisingly, his work on Persona 5 doesn't seem to disappoint...
Both release next week in Japan
Well, we don't really have much to say about this other than we... kind of like it. Maybe. Combining the PlayStation 4 Slim with Persona 5, both of which launch next week on the 15th September in Japan, Sony's crafted a rather crazy advert that we can't quite take our eyes off. It features singing, dancing, gameplay...
Persona 5 leaps to last-gen
The PlayStation 3 just refuses to die, doesn't it? Over the last few years - especially since the launch of the PlayStation 4 - both hardware and software sales regarding Sony's last-gen platform have plummeted here in the West, but that isn't stopping big games like Persona 5 from releasing on the ageing machine...
No longer a phantom
It's about time Persona 5 took to the stage at a major Western event, and it sounds like it's bringing the big guns to E3 2016, which, in case you're wondering, is less than one week away. So, while we sit here typing our arses off, you can at least be excited to see more of Atlus' brilliant looking role-playing game in the...
It's a date
Wow, how about the industry just stops for a second and gives us some time to breathe? The big news just keeps on coming, but this is perhaps one of the most important stories of the last few days: Persona 5 has a confirmed release date in North America. Hurrah! That's the good news. The bad news is that despite Atlus saying...
Persona 5 may not have been formally announced yet - we assume it'll be at TGS or E3 - but that's not stopped the project's director Katsura Hasino from dropping a few tidbits on the game's main character, claiming he'll have an "introverted personality"
The director also told Dengeki Playstation magazine that Persona 3's Aegis will join P5's cast as one of the main character's best friends. Given..
We know there's a very strong, niche audience out there for Atlus' Persona franchise
Much of that has been strengthened by GiantBomb's endurance run of the fourth entry in the series. Well - prepare to get excited because Katsura Hashino, the director of the previous two Persona games, has told Japanese magazine Dengeki Playstation that, "We are preparing to start work on the next..
So Persona fans, you probably think it's about time you rejoiced in a Persona 5 announcement
Well, we bring not news of the games announcement, but details that Atlus are currently hiring Playstation 3 (and XBOX 360) programmers. With so many rumours flying around about Persona 5, you have to imagine the game exists in some form somewhere. Chances are it'll be on Playstation 3, especially if..
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