The Week In Games: Persona 5 Strikers Arrives In Style

The Week In Games: Persona 5 Strikers Arrives In Style
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Persona 5 Strikers is one stylish-looking game and it comes out later this week for PS4, Switch, and PC.

I don’t have much to say about Persona 5 Strikers, as I’ve never played a Persona game. Instead, I point you towards the fantastic review of the game. It honestly makes me want to give it shot!

Persona 5 Strikers: The Kotaku Review

It’s now or it’s never, and I’ve got to Make my decision This time it could be my moment Is this a mirage or a chance to fulfil my mission?

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Beyond Persona 5 Strikers, a LOT of other stuff is coming out this week too. Check out the full list below:

Monday, February 22

  • Dry Drowning | Switch
  • AnShi | Switch

Tuesday, February 23

  • Of Mice and Moggies | PC
  • Persona 5 Strikers | PS4, Switch, PC
  • Rogue Heroes: Ruin of Tasos | Switch, PC
  • Curse of the Dead Gods | PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC
  • Honoured Knight | PS4
  • Heavy Metal Machines | PS4, Xbox One
  • Taxi Chaos | PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • We Were Here Too | PS5, PS4
  • We Were Here Together | PS5, PS4
  • Johnny Bonasera Full Season | Switch
  • Dynos & Ghosts | Switch

Wednesday, February 24

  • Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest | PS4, Xbox One
  • Horned Knight | Xbox One
  • Active Neurons 3 – Wonders of the World | Xbox One
  • iota | Switch
  • Retrace: Memories of Death | Switch
  • Night Vision | Switch
  • GeneForge 1 – Mutagen | PC, Mac
  • Fights In Tight Spaces | PC
  • Old School Runescape (Steam) | PC

Thursday, February 25

  • Republique | Switch
  • Hellpoint | Switch
  • Wrath: Aeon of Ruin | PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Yupitergrad | PS4
  • Forward to the Sky | Switch
  • Code: Realise – Winteride Miracles | Switch
  • Ghost n’ Goblins Resurrection | Switch
  • Littlewood | Switch
  • Mike Dies | Switch
  • Lawnmower Game: Racing | Switch
  • Legal Dungeon | Switch
  • Castle Kong | Switch
  • Steam Prison | Switch
  • Under Leaves | Switch
  • Demon’s Rise – Lords of Chaos | Switch
  • Codebreaker Puzzle 1000! ENG&JAN | Switch
  • The Lost Cube | Switch
  • Aery – A Journey Beyond Time | Switch
  • Blastful | Switch
  • Clocker | Switch
  • DOTORI | Switch
  • Wigmund The Return of the Hidden Knights | PC

Friday, February 26

  • Akuto: Showdown | Xbox One
  • Katana Kata | Xbox One
  • Horned Knight | Switch, PC
  • Dungeons & Bombs | Xbox One
  • Beyond Enemy Lines: Remastered Edition | Xbox One, PC
  • Bravely Default II | Switch
  • Cardaclsym | PC
  • Demon Hunter: Revelation | Switch
  • Thunderflash | Switch
  • Baobabs Mausoleum Grindhouse Edition | Switch
  • Monster Truck XT Airport Derby | Switch
  • Dat Gaem | Switch
  • Rhythm Doctor | PC, Mac
  • Hot Brass | PC, Mac

Comments

  • PSA for JRPG fans:

    The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki II KAI -The Erebonian Civil War- is a Chinese/Korean language ONLY port of Trails of Cold Steel 2’s PS4 version.

    The english language version, which isn’t part of this Kai release, is based off the PS3 version.

    So, unless you can read Chinese or Korean I’d say to stay away from that release. (Not sure you want to promote it either, Kotaku folks!)

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