There are still games that are made for last-gen consoles. In terms of the PS4, there were quite a few to choose from, but one of the far-and-away standouts of the year was Sega and Omega Force’s Persona 5 Strikers.
Persona 5 Strikers still has Dynasty and Samurai Warriors-like gameplay in its DNA. You can still throw out combo after combo against waves of enemies, but it also incorporates key elements of the Persona franchise into its execution. You still collect demons, power them up, and work elemental weaknesses and strengths into your combat to do the most damage against any given foe at any given time.
On top of that, Persona 5 Strikers is not just a throwaway story that runs through the motions of Persona 5 in a limited way. It’s more like a Persona 5 sequel. Picking up after the events of the actual Persona 5, Strikers brings a new threat to the attention of the Phantom Thieves, forcing them to return to the Metaverse and reform the hearts of terrible people once again.
. It has the stylish action that Omega Force knows well, it has the Persona 5 characters, story, and RPG elements that made the original game fantastic, and it meshes these things together in a working, coherent way. This game is perfect for those looking to revisit the world of the Phantom Thieves and want to have another fantastic adventure.