The Velvet Room is place where Personas can be experimented on with reckless abandon, but there’s a catch. (Remember, there’s ALWAYS a catch.) Since the protagonist is a prisoner of his own Velvet Room, he must earn the privilege of being a Persona mad scientist. Although basic fusion and registration are immediately available to the prisoner, features such as advanced/network fusion, training, strengthening, and others are not. That’s where the Twin Wardens Caroline and Justine come in. Not only are they Igor’s assistants, but they also happen to be the “rehabilitation” officers who will be overseeing the protagonist during his stay. By spending time with them (completing prison work), additional fun experimentation options will unlock. Oh, and in case you can’t tell them apart, Caroline is the mean one and Justine is the nice one.

Persona 5 is a game about the internal and external conflicts of a group of troubled youth who live dual lives. They have the typically ordinary day-to-day of a Tokyo high-schooler – attending class, after school activities and part-time jobs. But they also undertake fantastical adventures by using otherworldly powers to enter the hearts of people. Their power comes from the Persona, the Jungian concept of the “self;” the game’s heroes realize that society forces people to wear masks to protect their inner vulnerabilities, and by literally ripping off their protective mask and confronting their inner selves do the heroes awaken their inner power, and use it to strive to help those in need. Ultimately, the group of Phantom Thieves seeks to change their day-to-day world to match their perception and see through the masks modern-day society wears.

– Features –

  • Persona 5 is the first numbered title of the award-winning franchise on home consoles since the PS2 generation.
  • Fast-paced Japanese role-playing game mechanics, exciting action sequences, deep and engaging story.
  • Vibrantly stylized characters, enemies, and environments, elegant anime-style cut-scenes.
  • Soundtrack featuring the fresh sounds of acid jazz composed by the legendary composer Shoji Meguro.
  • A standalone story experience that welcomes newcomers and veteran Persona players alike.

Persona 5 is coming to the Playstation 4 and Playstation 3 on April 4th 2017 – you can find out more on the game’s website through this link.