Japan is home to some of the most exciting games, and this year the games are set to be even more so.
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This year’s edition is a selection of the top games from Japan, from all three platforms, including new titles like Kojima Productions’ Persona 5, and a bunch of exclusives.
The game roundup starts with Persona 5.
As the title suggests, this is the last game in the series, which was announced in 2012 and developed by Kojimas team of Atlus and Atlus.
The story follows an immortal boy named Persona who has lost his memories and is wandering the world.
He eventually meets an angel named Aya, who has a magical sword and powers.
With the sword in her hand, she guides him on a journey across the land, where he finds a mysterious town full of strange creatures.
Aya is kidnapped by monsters that attack the townsfolk, and he needs to save her.
He also must find out who is responsible for her disappearance.
Persona 5 was released in Japan on March 27, 2018, and it is now in the West, where it will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 31, 2019.
The game also stars Ayane Sakura, who also plays the role of the main heroine, Persona 5 protagonist Akane Inaba.