Persona 5 Royal Steel Book Launch Edition
I was mailed a copy of the game in a generic case. I am escalating through customer service.
I personally don't think you need to be 18 to play this game, I would say DEPENDING ON THE SPECFIC KID, ages 14-17 would be fine. Again as I CLEARLY SAID it depends on a per player basis. I could have easily handled playing this when I was 12 or 13, and it wouldn't have had a negative effect -whereas my son on the other hand I might want him to wait a year or two... I am relatively relaxed when it comes to what kids (teens) should or shouldn't have access to. This is because I (and all my friends for that matter) grew up around GTA, and Mortal Kombat and we turned out JUST FINE.. Can your child be trusted to know the difference between a friggin game and real life (hopefully they can lol) so yeah case by case.. this game isn't that bad at all..
Honestly, if it's your first time thinking of buying Persona 5, go with the Royal Edition. The Royal Edition is basically a remake of the original game. There are added story and features that didn't come with the original release edition. When playing the Royal Edition, it makes life way easier compared to the original release edition. The Royal Edition also come with free DLCs that you got to pay for if you got the original release. I'm going to whip up some of my opinion of this game. This game is a must buy if you love either anime or turned based RPG style combat, and if you heard of the reviews of this game, please don't get shook by the time feature, you'll manage fine.
Royal has added in new features, new characters, and new story. It's like Persona 4 Golden was to Persona 4.
I bought it used and it only came with the disc in a generic case
It’s going to come in steel book if you preordered for launch
Yes; I believe ALL copies of Royal released with the steelbook. That’s assuming pre-owned copies have their original case still.
No that was a pre-order exclusive
I think it only released with steelbook (no regular cases)
I would say it’s definitely worth it. P5R is a great addition to the already fantastic story of the original, and it adds extra locations, confidants and overall gameplay mechanics. I really enjoyed both games, and P5R didn’t feel like a forced sequel due to the popularity of its predecessor. It actually had substance, which is sometimes uncommon for sequels nowadays. So I would definitely recommend having a go at the game.