Persona 5 English Ann Takamaki Trailer and Erika Interview

Following the reveal of the English voice cast for Persona 5, as well as the protagonist trailer last week, Atlus USA has released a new trailer and voice actor interview for Ann Takamaki.

Ann Takamaki Trailer

Being the center of school gossip is a quick way to make anyone feel like an outcast, and Persona 5’s Ann Takamaki gets the full brunt of that. Ann is a beautiful girl plagued by unjust rumors from her peers on a daily basis. But despite the Scarlett Letter treatment, Ann cares deeply about her friends…which is why she’s so eager to pick up the mask and join the Phantom Thieves. Well, that and also to spite the rumors about her and the “excessively friendly” gym teacher at Shujin Academy. And while the Phantom Thieves won’t be done with just one lecherous gym teacher, Ann winds up being the closest thing to the group’s moral compass. Plus, she’s just a total badass that you’d want watching your back in a fight.

An Interview with Erika Harlacher

Atlus Quickfire

Persona 5 was 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 and Korean in 2017.

  • Skorm94

    That font still looks out of place. I mean it absolutely doesn’t fit with how stylish the rest of the game is.

    • Striker

      That’s what I was thinking. I can’t pinpoint it but something just looks off.

    • Oseas

      I think Morgana’s text in the battle commentary looks fine (the attack box looks a bit off though.)
      I’m more bothered by the audio in the trailer. It’s that feeling you get when you hear a song and they skip a line or two (which incidentally they did) and you can’t help but feel that something is off. Plus around the 10 second mark when Ann goes from “then it’s too decided” to “i’m letting loose” the second line sounds like someone else saying it.

  • Crispian11

    This is what some people are waiting 5 extra months for :D

  • sillyfudgemonkeys

    Best voice for best girl~! :D Can’t wait for more! ;w;

  • Elina Carmina

    I really wanted Ann to be voiced by Lisa Silverman’s voice actress, Stephanie Sheh. But I guess this is fine.