As reported earlier, Weekly Famitsu magazine has reviewed Persona 5 with a score of 39/40. Within this review, Famitsu states that the average play time for the game is estimated to be 80 hours long, and that there is a large volume of content that can be played for a very long time.
The game is worthy of special mention. From character actions, event scenes, camera angles and other things such as the design of the UI text, Persona 5 is a stylish work that sets it apart from other Japanese RPGs. (10 points)
The feeling of striking an enemy’s weakness and pulling off an All-Out Attack is great, and combat is as equally thrilling as the Phantom Thief motif story. (10 points)
The game has a lot of variety in terms of combat because of negotiations, Baton Touch, and other elements. There are some flaws, but the pros outweigh the cons. (10 points)
The game is a sophisticated drama with stylish menus and more that fits the series’ appeal. However, guns and battle equipment are expensive, and it doesn’t feel like there’s merit to that. Overall, it’s a big step up from the previous entry. (9 points)
Translation via @MysticDistance.
Persona 5 is slated to be released for the PS3 and PS4 in Japan on September 15, 2016. It will release in North America and Europe on February 14, 2017, and in traditional Chinese in 2017.