The Persona RPG’s are mainly known to fight evil forces, their excellent skill in writing and narrative, their diverse and convincing sets of personalities and their highly realistic and successful models of social interaction. The show examines the common concepts of culture, love, and justice-throughout the eyes of multiple silent actors who reside in contemporary Japan, audiences have been misled.
The Atlus developers have locked up a recipe which they and Persona fans have been following for over two decades. So could we see an individual game developed by the developers in an entirely different context-what about an imaginary fantasy world, for instance, then Japan in the 21st century? This game can be closer than we think this hypothetical picture…
Japanese Famitsu magazine recently released its annual preview and expectations year-end articles from staff and developers of some of its most successful and celebrated video games. The very same Katsura Hashino from Atlus was one of the many people consulted, who included programmers, producers and writers from firms such as Square Enix, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Sega Games.
Katsura Hashino is a Japanese director and producer of video games, who is best known for his work on the series Persona. For more than 12 titles in the Persona franchise, including Persona 3, 4 and 5, and each of the spin-off games he has worked either as the producer or a distributor.