Titles in the Persona 5 series, including Persona 5 Royal and Persona 5 Strikers, make up 46.6 percent of total sales at 7.22 million.
The universally acclaimed RPG finally arrives on other platforms. It's also available on Game Pass for the cloud, PC, and consoles.
The impossible dream comes true, at last.
There's "defeating bosses" and there's "going out in a blaze of glory." Check out 10 bosses that go down in the most epic ways possible.
Playing these games a second time around is more or less essential for having the complete experience.
For as good as these games are, they still have some pretty annoying flaws that are hard to ignore. Take a closer look here.
Persona 5 is also slated to leave the PlayStation Plus Collection on May 11th. Subscribers can add it to their library and still play after its removal.
Sony confirms that Atlus' beloved JRPG is leaving the PlayStation Plus Collection in May, though those who've added the game to their library will still be able to play it afterward.
A leak claims that a new Persona 5 spinoff focusing on the character Goro Akechi is in the works, though it allegedly won't be an RPG.
Their methods may have been less than morally just but these villains did have a compelling argument, despite the hero's stance.
Atlus's Naoto Hiraoka says exceeding the fifth title is "difficult with the current staff" and invites new talent who "want a creative challenge."
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Atlus' beloved RPG could be headed to Xbox at long last.
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It's going to take a minute for you to organize it, though.
Shin Megami Tensei has passed 17 million in its lifetime.
The list includes God of War, Persona 5, Days Gone and much more.
Total sales for the series stand at 13 million units worldwide.
Keep voicing your opinion, and maybe one day it'll actually happen.
Just when it feels like the end is near, there's still a long way to go.