Persona 5 Gameplay Trailer

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yeah_93

Warrior of Light
Sep 27, 2013
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#21
Jesus, what's up with those pants...

On a side note, I hope the artwork where the MC has the "Let us start the game" sign is the final Box art.
 
May 26, 2014
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#23
On a side note, I hope the artwork where the MC has the "Let us start the game" sign is the final Box art.
I was thinking that too. I really like that image. I'm actually using a different version of it for my desktop background right now. The only thing is I don't know if they'd want to feature any text that isn't the logo prominently on the cover. Maybe they will though, it's not out of the question.
 

Cadet

Yevonite
Jan 16, 2015
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#27
I'm curious about the Velvet Room prisoner. He has a similar hairstyle to the protagonist but has a mole on his left cheek.

I know people are saying it's Vincent Brooks, but I think it's mostly confusion over the similar way the models are designed.
That prisoner is the P5 protagonist.
 

Cadet

Yevonite
Jan 16, 2015
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#29
That much remains to be seen. He has a mole on his left cheek unlike the P5 protagonist in every other scene.
The prisoner is the P5 protagonist, that is the fact. However, whether or not he's physically in prison, yes, that remains up in the air. Director Hashino explained this portion in the latest Famitsu interview.

Translation from Gematsu:
Unlike the heroes of Persona 3 and Persona 4, the protagonist of Persona 5 has a problem of some sort that, if not faced down, could spell big trouble in the future. The scene in the trailer where he appears to be a prisoner is a “mental prison,” so to speak.
 

Solid Sora

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Feb 11, 2015
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#30
The prisoner is the P5 protagonist, that is the fact. However, whether or not he's physically in prison, yes, that remains up in the air. Director Hashino explained this portion in the latest Famitsu interview.
The prison scene was in the velvet room... Igor's new assistance was guarding the protagonist.
 
#31
The prisoner is the P5 protagonist, that is the fact. However, whether or not he's physically in prison, yes, that remains up in the air. Director Hashino explained this portion in the latest Famitsu interview.

Translation from Gematsu:
Thanks for clarifying. That mole is still seriously bugging me though. Could it play a bigger part in that concept?