Ren Amamiya is about to enter his second year after transferring to Shujin Academy in Tokyo.

Following a particular incident, his Persona awakens, and together with his friends they form the "Phantom Thieves of Hearts" to reform hearts of corrupt adults by stealing the source of their distorted desires.\ \ Meanwhile, bizarre and inexplicable crimes have been popping up one after another…\ \ Living an ordinary high school life in Tokyo during the day, the group maneuvers the metropolitan city as Phantom Thieves after hours.\ \ Let the curtain rise for this grand, picaresque story!

Persona 5: The Animation - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: In Development

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2018-04-07

Persona 5: The Animation - Persona 4: The Animation - Netflix

Persona 4: The Animation (Japanese: ペルソナ4, Hepburn: Perusona Fō) is an anime television series based on Atlus' PlayStation 2 video game, Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4. The story revolves around Yu Narukami, a young teenager who moves to the town of Inaba, where a mysterious string of murders is taking place. Upon discovering a distorted TV World and acquiring a mysterious power known as “Persona”, Yu and his friends decide to investigate the murders and save others from being killed. The first series, produced by AIC ASTA and directed by Seiji Kishi, aired in Japan between October 2011 and March 2012 on MBS, TBS, CBC, and Animax, with an original video animation episode released in August 2012. A condensed film adaptation, Persona 4: The Animation -The Factor of Hope-, was released in Japanese theaters in June 2012. The series was licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America and by Kazé and Manga Entertainment in the United Kingdom. Critical reception to the anime series has been generally positive as it has been considered a faithful adaptation of the video game despite criticism to the pacing and animation issues. A second adaptation based on the game's PlayStation Vita port, titled Persona 4: The Golden Animation, aired in Japan between July and September 2014. Unlike the first series, this adaptation was produced by A-1 Pictures and is licensed in North America by Aniplex of America.

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