Japanese video games are far from representing something unusual, so the Nipponese don't have reasons to hesitate about the development of new titles. At least the fans of manga and anime will be happy with the Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers since the promotional video just released on the official website of the game looks beautiful. Feel free to convince yourselves: https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vRKEKHvJJ5Mg Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is a new action role-playing game from the Persona franchise, and it has been developed by Atlus, KOEI Tecmo Games, and Omega Force. The launch will be on February 20 The awaited game will be launched pretty soon, during the first quarter of the next year. At February 20 Persona 5 Scramble will be available for the Japanese gamers who will want to play the game on PS4 and Nintendo Switch consoles. The promotional video also reveals that a "treasure box" edition will be available for the users of the game, and it will cost 13,800 yen (about US$127). For this money, you will receive an art book, the original soundtrack, a "making-of" Blu-ray Disc for the game's theme song "You Are Stronger" by Lotus Juice and Lyn, and a sacoche. A special entitled PERSONA 5 the Animation: Dark Sun, aired on December 2018. Crunchyroll is streaming the first special. The show's second special is called PERSONA 5 the Animation: Stars and Ours, and it aired in March. The anime's 11th home video release, which shipped on May 29 in the home country Japan, included both PERSONA 5 the Animation: Dark Sun and an unaired episode. It's nice to see the Nintendo Switch console receiving so many games, even if it was launched a bit more than two years ago: at the beginning of March 2017. Are you also willing to play the new anime-like game?