The JRPG subgenre, a variant of the well-known and global RPG, has always been exploited by Japanese productions over the years, with roots dating back to the video games of the last century. And even after many years there is someone who manages to renew the formula or present it with such different styles as to dominate the charts, such as Persona 5.
Many years have passed since Atlus showed its latest effort to the world of gamers, a sequel to the Persona franchise, now well established despite having started as a spin-off of Megami Tensei. The work done on Persona 5 has led to the game having, over the years, a legendary status, and for this PC gamers have celebrated when it arrived even outside the Sony ecosystem. Thus a new journey into the world of JRPGs can begin, with this discovery of a very particular Tokyo, with these characters and their “avatars” to be used in the various night raids.
In a cycle that goes from day to night, from week to week, in a race against time, the protagonist will have to use all his strength to get to the end. Of course, however, as in any JRPG, he doesn’t fight alone. He will be able to count on many secondary characters but also on Ann Takamaki, one of the most beloved figures of Persona 5. By day, Ann is a simple high school girl who occasionally works as a model, given her great beauty. When it’s time to fight though, she takes off her school uniform and puts on a red costume with a mask and attacks with a whip, becoming Panther.
Both Ann Takamaki’s personalities live on in this double Panther cosplay and the school version. Which of the two do you prefer among the proposals made by the cosplayer Azuki on Instagram?