What to do: Play the game for free.
This will give you the option to continue the story in Persona 5, or do nothing.
Persona 5 will not have a story mode.
Instead, the story mode will be split into four separate sections: the first half is called “Story Mode”, and will consist of a series of side quests.
The second half of the game will be called “Prelude”, and is where you’ll get to start your journey with the game.
After you’ve completed the main story, you’ll be asked to return to the first part of the story.
This part will give a much fuller and richer story, so it’s a good idea to finish the story to get a full picture of what the game is about.
If you’re still unsure, go back and play Persona 5.
If the Persona 5 game is still not enough for you, then it’s worth spending another $60 on the Definitive Edition of Persona 5 in the U.S. If that’s too much, you can pick up the Japanese version of the Persona 3: Dancing All Night for $60.
That’s the game that was made for the PS4, and features all the cutscenes and content of the U and JP versions, including the Japanese audio, art, and music.
If all else fails, you might want to check out Persona 5’s other Japanese releases.
If this is your first Persona game, then you’ll want to make sure to read the Persona 1: Eternal Punishment guide to get an idea of what Persona 1 is about before you start playing the game on the Switch.
Persona 4: Dancing all night, Persona 5 Now Playing: Persona 5 Persona 5 on Switch: Persona 1 Eternal Punishings Persona 5 (DS) and Persona 5 Ultimate are both available for pre-order now, and will be released on November 16th.
We’re also pleased to announce that Persona 5 and Persona 4 are now on sale at GameStop stores, as well as at select GameStop retailers, including Target, Best Buy, GameStop, and TargetExpress.
If Persona 5 is on sale, be sure to check your local GameStop and Best Buy to make your purchasing decisions.
The Nintendo Switch version of Persona 3 will also be available at Game Stop stores in the coming days, so you should keep an eye out for any deals.