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From Persona to Shin Megami Tensei: Here's What to Expect

Garrett Glass at The Koalition writes:

"When the reviews of Shin Megami Tensei V dropped, I don’t think anyone was surprised to see the comparisons to its most popular spinoff series Persona. And while I understand that SMT fans were rightly frustrated to see Shin Megami Tensei V described as the “younger brother” in one such review, I do think that there isn’t any way to describe the series to newcomers, or at least fans of Persona."

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Unknown_Gamer5794850d ago

Yep. I was going to add to that, but I've got nothing. Both Persona and SMT are great.

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To commemorate the Persona 5 series exceeding 10 mln copies, messages have arrived from the creators

Since its release in 2016, the "Persona 5" series has won numerous game awards around the world and received enthusiastic support from everyone, with cumulative sales of over 10 million units worldwide.

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The Best Turn-Based RPGs if You Hate Turn-Based Combat

In the world of video games, there’s no genre quite as notoriously difficult to get into as the Turn-Based RPG. Lets review a few RPGs you can play if you’ve tried the biggest and best in turn-based combat and never found it appealing.

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shinoff2183125d ago

Sea of stars while seeming pretty good so far doesn't belong in the top rpg discussion. There's way better ones. I'd tell them to play star ocean 2. One of the best non turn based rpgs ever. It has everything.

raWfodog124d ago

And if the list is limited to just turn-based RPGs, I can think of better ones to add to this list. You have the Dragon Quest series, the Trails series…Persona 5 Royale is on the list but why limit it to just that one? P3 and P4 were great as well.

Zenzuu125d ago (Edited 125d ago )

The Legend of Dragoon, Legend of Legaia, or the Shadow Hearts games has decent enjoyable turn based combat system.

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Persona Is Actually More Like Megami Tensei Than Shin Megami Tensei

Persona returned to Shin Megami Tensei’s roots.

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FinalFantasyFanatic300d ago

It's technically a sub series of Megaten, so it's not surprise it's very much like the other games in the franchise, just less morbid and dark then the other games.