#roadto2020 – Persona 5

Some of my friends expected Persona 5 to be my favorite game of the decade. I was hyped about it even before the first teaser trailer and, by that time, I played both Persona 3 and Persona 4.
I bought the Limited Edition and, on launch day, I played it for more than ten hours. I was hooked to the plot and I loved all the improvements since the last installment of the series. In three days I was already finishing the fourth Palace.

It was the best experience I could ever ask for, but you should notice that Persona 5 didn’t make it into my Top 3 of the decade, ending in fourth place. The reason is simple: the quality of the plot gets a bitworse after the fourth Palace. I’m not saying that it’s a bad game, it’s just not as good at it should have been, or even as good as the first 20/30 hours.

Persona 5 is still a great game and I reccomend it to everyone who has to play it yet. And I will get Royal, I will talk about it to see if Royal will erase the flaws of the vanilla version.