Megami Tensei and Shin Megami Tensei | Persona Xbox one
Megami Tensei and Shin Megami Tensei | Persona Xbox one: Persona is a video game series Franchise developed and published by Altus but owned by Sega. It was previously known as Shin Megami Tensei and the persona outside Japan. It was inspired by Jungian psychology where it gets its name and some of Its themes and characters like Philemon are based on this and it is the most commercially successful branch of Megami Tensei
The persona is a role-playing video game and a spinoff from Altus ‘ Megami Tensei’ franchise and its first series entry is Revelations: persona which was first released for PlayStation in 1966 and since then more games were released and it is most recent being the 2020 Persona 5 strikers. There are currently 6 main titles in the Persona series games and they take place in the same universe and some common elements
The difference between Megami Tensei and persona.
Contrary to Megami Tensei and Shin Megami Tensei, the Persona series does not include the player employing demons to fight for them (if they do in Persona 2 and Persona 5, the demon technically becomes a Persona) and many of the “demons” are precisely known as Shadows.
The player characters usually carry a firearm and melee weapon like in Shin Megami Tensei and magic comes from Personas instead of demons. Similarly to demons, these Personas can be linked to establish more powerful Personas. Additionally, the lunar phases are significant, which is a popular theme in MegaTen games. Likewise, while the Shin Megami Tensei series’ currency is prominently recognized with Macca, the Persona series uses the real-world currency, such as yen or dollars.
The first Persona underlines an angled third-person perspective outside of dungeons, but dungeons are still navigated using Megami Tensei’s first-person view. Since the release of Persona 2: Innocent Sin, the first-person dungeon exploration has been removed (except for the spin-off titles Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth and Persona.
Games like persona on Xbox one
As much as there are speculations that persona will be coming on Xbox, it has still not yet been realised and persona game series can only be accessed on playstation4 however there are games like persona that can be enjoyed on Xbox and include;
- NieR Replicant
This is about a young man who sets out with a Grimoire Weiss a strange talking book to search for sealed versus to save his sister Yonah who fell ill terminally to the Black Scrawl
- Yakuza: like a dragon
In this game, the player becomes Ichiban Kasuga, a low-rank yakuza left on the brink of death by his most trusted man but takes up a legendary bat and gets ready to crack some underworld skulls in a dynamic RPG combat set against the backdrop of modern-day japan
- Scarlet Nexus
The player has to choose between Yuito and Kasane, elite psionics each armed with talent in psychokinesis and their reason to fight. The player has to complete both of their stories to unlock all the possible mysteries of the brain punk future caught between technology and psychic abilities.
- Cris Tales
One has to discover an unusual collection of diverging stories, creative warfare, and classic RPG gameplay in Cris Tales’ interesting and extraordinary adventure of how our activities reflected through time. Enter the newly awakened Time Mage, Crisbell, and her fictitious companions in a fantasy world facing an awful future. The strong Time Empress and her troops compel to bring about a tragedy ripping apart Crystallis and the other four Kingdoms of the region.
- Tales of Arise
This is about 300 years of tyranny. A mysterious mask, lost pain and recollections. Exert the Blazing Sword and meet a strange, untouchable girl to fight your oppressors to experience a saga of freedom, starring characters with next-gen pictorial expressiveness!
- Dragon Quest XIS: Echoes of an Elusive Age
This edition also lets you ride and attack monsters on the ground to earn background points, as well as change between HD or 16-bit visuals, symphonic or synth music, and English or Japanese audio. Like all past DRAGON QUEST games, this one’s personality compositions are based on the signature style of famed artist Akira Toriyama. Paired with the voiced dialogue, the rich attitudes of your most loyal compatriots and severe adversaries are brought to life, so you can fully engage yourself in this quest to discover the Luminarie’s true ancestry and wake your power.
In this game, players take control of cars that take the shape of different animals. The game itself takes the part of a combat racing game as it promotes weapons to use against your competitor while racing, and the computers can do the same to you. The tournament has four modes: Grand Prix, Challenge and Time Attack. The object of this game is to compete in the Grand Prix and to unlock new tracks and cars. The difficulty of each game is determined by which cup you select to race for. The first cup you race for is the Carbon cup, and once you’ve beaten that you will unclose other cups that are based on elements like crystal, and diamond. Once you have won a competition you will unlock a new cup to strive for, new levels to race in, and the opportunity to contest other cars to gain admission to them for usage in Grand Prix races and vs mode. While Racing you can achieve weapons found around the paths to enable you to complete the race quicker or to slow down your adversaries so you can surpass them. The combat system is distinct from many games, except for having fitness and being destroyed for a short time. If you or an opponent is hit by a weapon you will be temporarily slowed down giving your opponent time to catch you. They’re some weapons that can be prevented by using your car jump jet because all cars have jump jets and can be used to deflect certain weapons, however not all weapons can be avoided even with the Jump Jets. The weapons are turbo boost, magnets, seeker-style missiles, a boomerang, time bombs, stingers, stoppers, rounds of bullets, and a shield.
- Final Fantasy XV
The player takes the journey, now in ultimate quality. Showing off a wealth of bonus content and promoting ultra high-resolution graphical options and HDR 10, you can now enjoy the beautiful and carefully crafted understanding of FINAL FANTASY XV like never before.