Admittedly, Persona 4 is still on my order of business, but evaluating by my frankly frightening feelings for Persona 5 and its sublime soundtrack, it’s likely I’ll enjoy it. Perhaps I’ll give the OST a listen when I pop to the stores next, however there’s constantly a risk I’ll start clicking my fingers and striding across the pavement like I’m in some Bruno Mars music video.
If you’re interested in giving Persona a shot on PC, you can discover Persona 4 Golden on Steam, which’s it unfortunately. To play the rest, you’ll need a PSP and a PS4 which isn’t perfect, but I ‘d like to believe you can find some cheap pre-owned deals if you’re desperate to get stuck in. Manage to get a console? I ‘d advise getting on Persona 5, as its hack-and-slash follow-up, Persona 5 Strikers, is due to get here on PC in February.
As I write this, I’m listening to “Life Will Change” from the main Persona 5 soundtrack on Spotify. I can’t rather believe it, is this real? Yes, it needs to be, as this sizzling groove is now saved to my “Liked Songs”. I can see it there, with my own eyes! And numerous more are due to follow, as an entire host of other Persona OSTs have actually made their method onto Spotify too. Possibly dreams actually do become a reality.
Yes, it has to be, as this sizzling groove is now saved to my “Liked Songs”. And lots of more are due to follow, as an entire host of other Persona OSTs have made their method onto Spotify too. On January 5th, the Atlus Sound Team and Spotify provided a jazzy New Year’s care package. It’s a bit difficult to discover them initially, as searching for something like the “Persona 4 Soundtrack” will just swamp you with covers.
On January 5th, the Atlus Sound Team and Spotify delivered a jazzy New Year’s care plan. They’ve talented us the Persona 5 OST, Persona 4 & & Golden OST, Persona 3 FES OST, Persona 2 Sound Collections, and seven other albums from Persona spin-offs, including the Persona 4 Dancing All Night OST.
It’s a bit challenging to find them at first, as searching for something like the “Persona 4 Soundtrack” will only flood you with covers. Rather, go to the Atlus Sound Team’s page for all the OSTs (do not miss those noted under “Appears On” at the bottom). If you want a playlist filled with all the OSTs mixed together, AniPlaylist assembled one which gets the job done nicely.