The kids aren’t alright, and that’s ok.
Persona 5 is a game rife with emotion. Each major story arc presents players with impressively-written characters and themes other RPGs are afraid to touch, and Futaba Sakura’s arc is the best the game has to offer.
In Battle Chasers: Nightwar, all the standard RPG elements are present, albeit in a distilled, no-frills way.
“So what is a JRPG? The J just means Japan, right? So they’re RPGs from Japan? No, not at all.”
In Persona 5, even doing your laundry is accompanied by unique melodies and outrageous animations not found anywhere else in the game.
The root cause of what can make JRPGs so irksome has been discovered! And it’s not the characters’ hairstyles.