The fourth episode of the Persona Stalker Club V talk show has been released, featuring the Persona 5 launch event at Tokyo Game Show 2016.
This follows the third episode last month which featured new Persona 5 gameplay.
The episode opens with highlights from the Persona 5 TGS 2016 events, including Shigenori Soejima’s autograph session and Shoji Meguro’s appearance during the Persona Stalker Club V stage show segment.
More pictures of the TGS 2016 Atlus events and booth can be found in a previous post.
The popular “misheard lyrics” segment returns. The songs riffed on this time are:
- “Deep Breath Deep Breath (RONDENION REMIX)” from the “AT1st ~Persona3 & Persona4~ Club Arrange” album.
- “Now I Know (Yuu Miyake Remix)” from Persona 4: Dancing All Night.
- “Time To Make History (Original Full size ver.)” from Persona 4 Golden.
As usual, Yuji Himukai (Etrian Odyssey series artist) provided an illustration for the misheard lyrics segment.
The show goes on to feature cosplayers from TGS 2016.
The episode ended on the regular “Morgana Contest,” showing off new Morgana inspired pictures from the fans.
Persora Awards 2
The “Persora Awards 2” DVD release featuring Persona musicians and misheard lyrics was previously announced for a December 2016 release.
This episode announces that the new release will also feature a limited edition, 3-disc “Full Stalking Box” like the first “Persora Awards” released in September 2015. One of the guests for the new Blu-ray will be the Japanese voice of Nanako Dojima, Akemi Kanda.
Persora -The Golden Best 4-
Following the announcement for the “Persora: The Golden Best 4” concept album, it has been given an official release date of November 2, 2016. It will feature 16 tracks, and the cover art for the album has also been revealed, illustrated by Yuji Himukai.
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.