Callum May at The Koalition writes: We don’t see games like Persona very often. Branching out from the Shin Megami Tensei franchise and eventually hitting mainstream popularity with Persona 3, particularly in the West, these titles offer a balance between gameplay and narrative like no other. In most JRPGs, the plot works to drive the gameplay along and guide you through your adventures. However, Persona JRPGs are built in a way that the plot and the gameplay push each other along. You can not get anywhere without completing a dungeon and you won’t be able to complete that dungeon if you don’t engage in conversations with your friends, or in the case of earlier titles, other demons.
So when a brand new main series title was announced, I was excited. Persona 4 Golden still maintains its place as my favourite game of all time and I’m looking forward to seeing Persona 5 challenge that. So here is a list of the 5 things I believe would make Persona 5 even better than its prequel.