Persona 5 Tactica is an excellent addition to the overall Persona 5 property. What at first looks like a cheerfully whimsical bonus spinoff ends up being something that adds to the core themes of the base game, and is impressive in the way it does that. It also backs up with some of the sharpest “fast tactics” play we’ve seen in the genre. I just wish the concept and theme were written better, and I honestly never thought I would say that of a Persona title.
A fun tactical RPG for newcomers and veterans to the genre, Persona 5 Tactica is a must-play for any Persona 5 fan thanks to its wonderful cast of new and returning characters, alongside an approachable yet deep combat system. Whilst the story and gameplay aren’t as gripping as its source material, Tactica is still the best Persona 5 spin-off by far. If you’re starting to feel the itch waiting for Persona 6, this latest stint with the Phantom Thieves will help make the holdup a little bit easier and will have you come away smiling.
Persona 5 Tactica is a confident entry into Atlus’ growing catalogue of Persona 5 spin-offs, offering fans more time with the original game’s cast of lovable misfits. The turn-based tactical twist serves as a great vehicle to blend intelligent combat with a delicate story that often leaves you theorising what could come next, both in the narrative and Tactica’s enjoyable arenas. Even without the bustling streets of Tokyo to explore, Tactica summons the same emotional depth you’d expect from the series, with plenty of endearing comical moments, vibrant visual design and sparkling music accompaniment.
Persona 5 Tactica excels in terms of level design and fun quests, as well as solid gameplay. With that, it's a no brainer for fans of the series to purchase the game. We should note, however, that the story lacks depth and the social aspect. The game is also a lot more compact than other parts in the series, and while that is not necessarily a bad thing, it does feel a bit less complete than we are used to.
I'd say this is a smart movement of ALTUS to pull something similiar to Mario+Rabbid which exclusively on Switch. However, while I quite vibing with this game. I found out that this game suffer the difficulty issue same as P5R. This game is way too easy with a lot of amenities and flashy skills, plus, this game remove of a lot unpredictability in the game, such as no breakable cover, 100% accuracy. This game is more like a puzzle RPG game than tactical RPG game if you ask me. The content here is also bit short compared to Mario+Rabbid since they are mostly battle with some dialogue and straightforward story. It's make me feel like a mile away from Mario+Rabbid in terms of gameplay and passionate. However, I think they are quite smart in terms of marketing. You can play it with various platforms and XBOX PASS. So if you are Persona 5 fans who want more additional official story with nice additional rosters, then why not just try it on PASS? However, if you need a challenge in this game, barely to none. I give this game between 6-7. Sort of passable for causal game, but fell short for a tactical RPG game. I rather recommend Mario+Rabbid over this one.
Un filler sans le moindre intérêt : très peu de contenu (et recyclé tout au long de l'aventure), des 'personas' qui ne servent à rien ludiquement parlant, l'histoire est superficielle et s'inscrit péniblement dans l'univers, trop de blabla et des temps de chargement excessifs, une partie tactique quelconque et vraiment facile. Techniquement le jeu accuse 10 ans de **** mais au moins il est bien fini. C'est déjà ça. Rien de spécialement mauvais mais aucune qualité à revendiquer.
I love tactic games so I was excited for P5T... unfortunately though it's just lacking.
Combat feels just like Mario Rabbids Sparks of Hope only simplified with generic characters. Every Character in P5T has the same skills, only with a slightly different flavor. Theirs nothing that make them feel truly unique.
Combine that with an overly cartoonish way the game is designed, from the way characters act to the overall look and feel. The game feels like a Saturday morning cartoon trying to be Persona 5. It's too offbrand for me, yes Persona is anime but it's also grounded in a certain level of realism.
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