Persona 5 Royal, much like the "enhanced" Persona titles before it, brings content to entertain new players and see veterans glued to their seats. An overhauled story, revamped battle system, an entirely new school semester, and a host of other additions warrant a fresh playthrough of one of this generations best JRPGs. Sit back, set sights on your husbando/waifu, hunker down, and lose yourself in the ultimate Persona 5.
Seeing as the Persona games have always been about the phenomenal stories, I will not touch on anything relating to the main plot of Royal. As mentioned in the opening paragraph, the addition of a full new semester should be enough to tantalize the story-hungry JRPG fans. Social Links, the staple of Persona games (outside of combat) has been expanded upon. Not just one or two, but every-single-one. Revisiting them felt fresh and rewarding, and not like retreading old ground at all.
Social Links, the staple of Persona games (outside of combat) has been expanded upon.
New monsters, different puzzles, revamped boss mechanics, these all form part of a more fluid, refined experience when within a palace.
Kingdom Hearts devotee, From Software fanboy and aspiring Audiophile (the good kind that believes in FLAC files). Vincent enjoys writing about games almost as much as playing them.
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