Persona 5 Strikers – PS4 Review


One thing that the Persona 5 Strikers game does well is that you have the option to play with up to four people at once. This allows you to split up and do battle together, or just mix it up a bit so that you do not get stuck with someone doing something their best interest is not. There are also several different difficulty settings as well, which makes things more exciting. Even the tutorial levels can be played in single player or versus the computer, giving you more chances to learn the ins and outs of the game.

Persona 5 Strikers

Another thing that the game does exceptionally well is that it gets completely packed with boss battles. When playing a game where there are massive amounts of enemies you always want to have an option to get out of the way or take down the boss before they attack you. In PERSONA 5, you have three different styles of fighting bosses, so you never have to worry about fighting the same boss over again.

Since the game is online, playing it can be a lot of fun. Because there are actually two players controlling the characters in the game you can communicate with each other using text chat. You can also trade tricks and tips back and forth to help each other get through the more challenging sections of the game. The ability to communicate with other players while playing is another big plus of this game.


Since the Atlus games can be played in single player or versus the computer, it’s up to you which one you’d prefer to play. Although the single player portions can be a little bit lengthy, it never gets too boring because of all of the cool fighting mechanics of the game has to offer. If you’re looking for an excellent fighting video game with an all around great story, then this is definitely a game for you to check out. The graphics are very nice as well, featuring a great color scheme as well as nice artistic designs. I especially liked how the animated facial expressions work, giving me an even better look at how the characters in the game are truly feeling.



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