The latest episode of the Persona Stalker Club V talk show has been released, featuring Persona series composer Shoji Meguro.
The episode opens on a highlight of the “Persona 5 X Pasela Resorts” cafe collaboration which began on October 14th and ended on November 23. The hosts taste items from the menu and comment on them.
The episode continues with the normal “fan questions and answers” segment.
The special guest Shoji Meguro makes an appearance for the subsequent segment, where he discusses the creation and process of the music in Persona 5. He talks about inspirations behind the game’s acid jazz genre such as Jamiroquai, which Meguro mentioned in a previous interview.
The popular “misheard lyrics” segment returns. The songs riffed on this time are:
- “Pursuing My True Self” from Persona 4.
- “Heartbeat, Heartbreak” from Persona 4.
- “Backside Of The TV (Lotus Juice Remix)” from Persona 4: Dancing All Night.
As usual, Yuji Himukai (Etrian Odyssey series artist) provided an illustration for the misheard lyrics segment. As with episode 25 and PSCV episode 2, previous art of his has also been expanded into an animation.
The episode ended on the regular “Morgana Contest,” showing off new Morgana inspired pictures from the fans.
Persora Awards 2: Guest #3
A new guest for the “Persora Awards 2” DVD release, featuring Persona voice actors and misheard lyrics, has been announced: the Japanese voice of Yusuke Kitagawa, Tomokazu Sugita.
Persora Awards 2: Persona 1 Playthrough
As with the first “Persora Awards” which featured a playthrough of Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei by the PSC hosts up to the Minotaur boss battle, the new edition will feature a playthrough of Revelations: Persona.
Persona Stalker Club is an official Persona talk show since February 28, 2014. It is produced by Katsura Hashino and co-produced by P Studio, with hosts Mafia Kajita (writer) and Tomomi Isomura (voice actor) who are both Persona fans. They talk about a variety of Persona related topics, and they will often discuss with special guests who are involved with the series. The show was renamed to Persona Stalker Club V, for Persona 5, with its debut episode on June 30, 2016.