Persona 5 Scramble: Check Out the Phantom Thieves’ Show Time Finishers
Joker's initial Show Time attack and all the other Phantom Thieves' Show Time attacks compiled in a single Persona 5 Scramble video.
We’re only a few days away from the Japanese release of Persona 5 Scramble the Phantom Strikers on PS4 and Switch. Seeing this, the game’s promotion is kicking in high gear in Japan, with the game’s trailers and opening anime sequence being shown on giant screens. Amid the hype, our peers at Dengeki Online compiled a pretty cool video, showing each member of the Phantom Thieves using their Show Time attack in the game.
Each playable character in Persona 5 Scramble has their own Show Time attack, using their respective personas. Joker, as a Wild Card, has a different Show Time attack for each persona he can get in the game. Seeing them all is one of the many reasons why I’m personally hyped for Persona 5 Scramble.
The video with every playable character’s Show Time attack in Persona 5 Scramble is included below. Note that it’s footage from the Playstation 4 version.
You can learn more about P5S our previous coverage. First, we’ve got trailers: first trailer, second trailer, Joker, Sophia/Sophie, Ryuji, Morgana, Anne, Yusuke, Makoto, Haru, and Zenkichi. Futaba got a video where she’s explaining the game since she’s not playable. Next, we’ve got details on Shibuya, Sapporo, Kyoto, Osaka, Sendai, Okinawa, the New Game +. commercials, artworks, BGMs unlocked via save link with P5R on PS4 and Smash Ultimate on Switch. Lastly, you can check out the opening animation sequence.
Persona 5 Scramble launches on February 20 in Japan and wasn’t announced yet in the west. A demo is available on the Japanese PSN and Nintendo Eshop, A launch live stream (YouTube) will also be held on February 19 at 19: 30 JST (Click here for time conversions). The stream will feature cosplayer Enako (who already cosplayed Kasumi in the past), anime otaku Yuki Iwai, Chiaki Matsuzawa, and other guests. It’ll also have a concert part with Lyn, DJ WAKA, and Koei Tecmo’s MASA.