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  1. I feel like this is gonna be a cheap answer because Persona 5 (really Persona 5 Royal), is what many would call a nearly perfect video game to begin with aside from obviously that spaceport palace, but on a personal standpoint I just feel like it takes many aspects from a lot of my favorite games or things as well. The strangest part is, I tend to lean more towards linear games than JRPGs or open world games that I'd rather have an experience even if it were short and sweet, but the way it was executed is how I wished open world games would be done as a 115 hour linear experience that leaves you constantly captivated and makes you feel you're always progressing through the story, because the past console gen only shown me that I was exhausted of the current state of open world games needlessly padding out the experience with hundreds of side missions to get your money's worth. On top of that, I grew up on Harry Potter so naturally I loved Bully as well having the school element, but Uncharted is also my favorite game franchise for a multitude of reasons. I was always fascinated with the idea of being a thief in my video games let alone the stealth genre, which is probably why I love Sly Cooper the most of the PS2 mascot trio and I'll probably also give a shoutout to Dishonored, so obviously Uncharted has that and you can imagine I instantly fell in love with the whole heist procedure element in Persona 5. Then there's the major aspect that makes Uncharted special, possibly why I still love it more than The Last of Us, and that's the iconic ensemble of the cast that I don't feel too many games nearly replicate the chemistry as well from what you'd expect from a movie, which the Phantom Thieves clearly have that type of chemistry too. But one of the main reasons why Uncharted isn't that game that has everything for me is because Persona 5 is an example of a game that shows you don't need the most realistic graphics in today's world to have an amazing game up to the quality of a Naughty Dog game. Style is something today's games sorely lack nowadays and yes, I am grateful Crash Bandicoot (which was also my most favorite franchise before Uncharted came into the picture, and there is some loose sense of platforming in Persona 5 Royal as well) and even Spyro are back, but I believe we can take the next step with those type of games. Persona 5 is an example of a game that is cartoony, but isn't necessarily aimed at kids, and I want to see more mature games like that in our industry beyond just a Ratchet and Clank and whatnot. Why can't Naughty Dog apply what they did to The Last of Us's emotional narrative on something that looks like Crash or as we would commonly refer to as a Pixar movie and possibly even still make it age appropriate for kids? I'll stop myself before I go on a tangent, but Persona 5 just has it all in unifying my childhood favorites with the kind of modern experiences I want from a game nowadays.
  2. Well I've got Astro's Playroom, Miles Morales (as well as the remaster), and Bugsnax at the moment which I'm sure a lot of people have, but I think Demon's Souls and Sackboy are gonna stump me. Demon's Souls for the difficulty, but I just can't get into Sackboy much more than to just beat it even as a LittleBigPlanet fan.
  3. This game was actually what led me to discovering and playing Persona 5, so to answer your question I do still think it's worth playing, but it's more of a case like, you'd probably rather have it be Catherine that led you to Persona instead of Persona leading you to Catherine.
  4. I'm fairly certain most people at this current time are gonna say Astro's Playroom, and I don't blame them. It's probably the best tech demo you could ask for.
  5. If this released at any other occasion than specifically being a console launch title then no, but I can't discredit it for what it has provided that the price shouldn't be much lower by 10-20 bucks.
  6. It kind of sounds like we're all in a similar boat here in having no real long term goal since we barely even know what 2021 has in store for us, but the common short term goal being reducing our backlogs from PS4 as much as possible while just getting comfortable with PS5.
  7. When PS4/PS5 finally remasters all of Sucker Punch's games with Sly Cooper and inFAMOUS, and also find some solution for PS1 backwards compatibility. Otherwise I have very little purpose considering PS Now can catch me up on what I missed a great deal on its own, but leaves so little behind I have to scrounge through.
  8. I don't have as much of a problem with the list as much as I do with the lazy trophy banner design.
  9. I was previously at 42, now I'm at 514.
  10. I wonder how many hours he tracked it down for.
  11. This was also the case when Aspyr ported Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy so it's no surprise.
  12. What do I have to do to get the Record Score trophy to pop? I've gotten literally every other trophy, even the one on Hi Score mode, but for some reason the one on Original won't pop after beating the game, even purposely getting game overs a few times, even trying it on the Japanese version and yet still nothing.
  13. Not to mention Lego Star Wars on top of everything else mentioned.
  14. But seriously, this was probably one of the more intriguing arcade games I've seen Retro Replay play for one of their earlier episodes so definitely looking forward to trying this one myself for awhile now.
  15. Is it just me or did this just get delisted?