Persona has, and will always be, one of the quirkiest franchises on the market. Talking teddy bears, meat-loving tomboys, gun-toting puppy dogs; you name it, and Atlus has probably put it in the series. Despite the 'immature' aspects, Persona has consistently managed to push the boundaries for Japanese role-playing games. The series has taken large strides to modernize and popularize the genre, mainly by giving it an urban setting and story. After nine long years, the prodigal turn-based series returns with Persona 5 which, quite frankly, blows all previous JRPGs out of the water.