After what feels like an eternity, the next game in the Persona series has arrived. Persona 5 offers the same unique blend of day-to-day social sim elements of life as a Japanese student, combined with travelling to alternate dimensions to do battle against bizarre creatures.
For a single-player role-playing game, there's plenty of Persona 5 DLC on offer during its opening year.
Learning how to manage Persona 5 Confidant and Social Links is one of the more important elements of how you spend your free time.
Persona 5 Mementos are dungeons appear from early in the story, and unlike the fixed layouts of the game's Palaces, are randomly generated trials akin to Persona 4's Midnight Channel areas.
As with previous games, there are several Persona 5 endings to see throughout the course of the story - some good, many bad, and all possible depending on your choices and competency in the game's many dungeons, but easy enough to avoid if you know what you're doing.
Learning how to create Persona 5 Fusions is one of the most fundamental skills required to surviving the game's many Palaces and Mementos.
In Persona 5 Social Stats increase based on your actions and how you choose to spend your free time.
Browsing the Persona 5 Trophy list provide a useful checklist of things and optional challenges for you to take on during the course of your school year and beyond.
Responding to Persona 5 test answers are perhaps the most realistic part of the game, where teachers will put you on the spot in class with a quick fire academic brainteaser, or have you sit through days of exams every couple of months.