Anyway, Kichijouji looks cool.
What I loved about it were the small hidden coffee shops, so I hope there are some cool places to visit in the game, and I'll see how much of it I recognize.
And we see Joker using a grappling hook in what appears to be the first palace.
I don't remember if they used grappling hooks in the original game at any point that I played. Maybe when transitioning between certain areas/loading screens, but don't think it was a mechanic you could use to traverse a palace like this.
And this here looks like a new area in the first palace.
Now, what on earth is this though?
It looks like some sort of character specific co-op attack between two characters?
If there are unique animations like that for the whole cast depending on you you pair up, then that may be my favorite new feature.
Nice to see darts and pool minigames/activities added.
And is this a new type of all out attack? Or another one of those new co-op attacks?
It starts off like an all out attack, but Joker doesn't join in even though he's there. And the enemy does not appear to be down either.
So this might be Makoto and Ryuji's co-op attack.
And here's a cool new feature. You can send selfies in group chat.
That'll come in handy commemorating fun moments.
New Shujin academy cafeteria?
A new best grill.
Looks like the game has a lot of new content.
In fact I'm starting to suspect this game will have substantially more content Persona 3 FES did.
Persona 3 FES launched for $30, but this one will be $60.
Last edited by Hiku - on 24 April 2019