Persona 5 is one of the maximum fashionable video games ever created in phrases of artwork fashion and presentation, but additionally with the loopy amount of interesting costumes to pick out from. Aside from the already innovative designs of the Phantom Thief clothes, in-game and DLC costumes assist spice up dungeon crawling and grinding.

Some costumes are just simple bizarre on reason, and others are costumes from previous Persona titles and different Atlus games for that sweet pass-promotion. Out of all the beauty choices in Persona five, which ones may want to win a costume contest, and which ones fall below the mark?

Updated through Michael Connor Smith on April twenty fifth, 2020: The Phantom Thieves have pretty the recognition for their sense of favor, made even more apparent by using their huge style of formal, funky, flashy, and a few as an alternative peculiar gown choices. There’s no denying that Persona five Royal has a number of the exceptional customizations round in terms of JRPGs.

This list was up to date to contain the most recent gown DLC additions from Persona 5 Royal, as this improved version of the game consists of all legacy DLC at no fee even as supplying options for newer paid DLC.

15 BEST: Christmas Costume Set

Nothing is more reminiscent of the jolly goodness of Christmas morning than a group of four teenagers absolutely demolishing demons with their magical punchy ghosts. This is a free costume pack along with a few others, but these costumes not only look enjoyably out of place in the Cognitive World, but they’re quite detailed as well.

Unlike other costume packs, this one has a unique outfit for every Phantom Thief, and they do a nice job at retaining their suave style. Morgana is especially adorable, as his feet are hidden in the snow, making him a waddling, meowing snowman.

14 WORST: Strange Journey Redux Costume Set

It’s always a treat to see more Shin Megami Tensei representation within the Persona series, as many fans of Persona know nothing about its big sister franchise. This new DLC for Royal includes the outfits seen in Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey.

Fans of Strange Journey wouldn’t be in the wrong to assume that the battle theme would be “The Fear of God”, but it actually plays Alex’s battle theme from Strange Journey Redux, “The Great Sign”. It’s certainly nice to have these for fans of the game, but they contrast heavily with the overall style of Persona 5, and fans might be upset about the choice in battle music.

13 BEST: Persona 5: Dancing In Starlight Featherman Costume Set

Have you ever desired to infiltrate the metaphysical manifestations of one’s distorted goals in an try and rid the world of those with evil hearts, but as the Power Rangers? Well, with this Persona five Royal unique set, you can.

The “Featherman” individual has been round inside the Persona collection for a while now and is an obvious tribute to a famous style of Japanese TV-collection’, with Power Rangers being the most recognizable. This set lacks a warfare topic, alas, however you could now kick some ass in every coloration of the rainbow.

12 WORST: Swimsuit Set

These costumes are part of another free downloadable pack, and they’re reused from the summer beach trip. While they’re not particularly lacking in style, they’re just basic swimsuits that end up looking a bit strange when fighting huge mythological monsters.

Besides the slight “yikes” factor of the main characters being underage in an M-rated game, in which they’re clearly here for fan service, they just don’t offer much in terms of stylistic appeal.

11 BEST: Catherine Costume Set

Persona 5 was simply constructed upon the Catherine engine, so that they extra than in shape proper into area right here. Similarly to the Christmas set, every character receives their very own separate outfit as exclusive recognizable characters from Catherine.

Joker already seems strikingly much like Vincent, so he ends up searching like a fifteen-year more youthful version of him. Ann and Makoto take the costumes for Catherine and Katherine, and that they paintings so well it is nearly scary. Every outfit feels fitting for the characters and it’s a excellent nod to fanatics of the relationship-sim, puzzle-platformer hybrid.

10 WORST: Persona Costume Set

Even though it’s from another title in the critically acclaimed Persona series, this costume set feels a bit bland compared to some others, but it really can’t help it. Persona‘s school uniforms, especially when compared to newer games’, feel uninspired and boring.

The fact that every character has practically the same outfit doesn’t do it any favors, except for Morgana. The addition of the battle theme is certainly a huge plus for fans of the game, but there’s a likely chance that you’ll get just as sick of it as you did in the original game with the totally off-the-wall encounter rate and short looping soundtrack.

BEST: Shin Megami Tensei IV Costume Set

Persona’s large brother collection, Shin Megami Tensei, does not get nearly as a lot love because the far greater popular high school JRPG series, but this dress set does it the justice it deserves. Taken straight from the base sport, those gown designs are worn by the Samurai from Mikado who mission into the demon-filled Tokyo.

These clothes appearance tremendous and in shape the Phantom Thieves nicely, and Morgana takes the shape of Burroughs. Along with these, the main battle subject matter is blanketed as properly, and anything from SMT IV’s killer soundtrack is continually a plus.

WORST: Casual Winter Outfits

By themselves, they’re fashionable enough for any typical high school student, but they’re just that, typical. The Cognitive World is anything but typical, and it creates a stark contrast that can’t help but feel like the Phantom Thieves just forgot their normal attire at home.

They work just fine, keeping the same battle theme, and just make the battles a tiny bit awkward looking. When seeing Ryuji murdering a literal mythological god in his everyday purple hoodie and a graphic tee, you can’t help but feel like something is wrong.

BEST: Velvet Room Costume Set

It’s unfortunate that the Velvet Room costumes don’t imbue the party with the same otherworldly powers seen when battling Elizabeth, Margaret, and Caroline and Justine, but they look pretty dapper regardless.

It’s a huge plus to see the multiple Velvet Room Residents being represented with Ann having Elizabeth’s outfit, Makoto having Margaret’s, and Ryuji having Theodore’s. Also, seeing Morgana as Igor is both one of the cutest and most terrifying things in the entire series.

BEST: Devil Summoner Raidou Kuzunoha Costume Set

The Raidou Kuzunoha video games went beneath the radar by many JRPG enthusiasts, however it makes its return within Persona 5. These Shin Megami Tensei titles are motion RPGs set in 1920’s Tokyo, and at the side of that comes some unwell gown designs.

Joker and Yusuke don each outfits worn via Raidou himself, and Morgana takes the shape of Gotou due to the fact, you understand, he is a cat. Even though the ladies wear regular faculty attire from the sport, they don’t experience out of area, and Akechi’s costume is quite fitting.

WORST: Pajama Set

If the Cognitive World was accessed from within one’s dreams, then the loungewear outfits would feel right at home. Otherwise, it looks like the Phantom Thieves put on whatever they had lying around the house to venture into palaces and steal hearts.

Some of the team members’ outfits are a bit more put together than someone like Joker, who couldn’t even be bothered to put on some dang shoes while in the midst of a heated battle.

BEST: Persona 4 Dancing All Night Costume Set

Look at Morgana, simply look at him. The DLC for Persona 4: Dancing All Night is truely the funkiest costume set in the sport, and Atlus took some great innovative liberties to make some of the most rad clothes within the Phantom Thieves’ arsenal.

Each person has a completely unique costume paying homage to the rhythm-recreation nature of Dancing All Night, and they cross flawlessly well with the total bops heard in Persona 5 like “Last Surprise” and “Life Will Change”.

BEST: Persona 5: Dancing In Starlight Costume Set

If Persona 5 by itself is regarded as one of the most stylish games ever, then Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight brings even more style to the table. The Persona dancing games have done an excellent job of giving our beloved characters some killer dance moves and spectacular attire.

Even though the Persona dancing games have tons of remixed music, there is a lack of an included battle theme, however. Regardless of the missed opportunity to include a remixed battle theme, it’s as graceful as ever to take down foes while looking like the Phantom Thieves belong on a concert stage.

WORST: Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Costume Set

The protected warfare them may be boppin’, but these clothing won’t have any jaws be droppin’. In Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, these are the uniforms seen within the Shadow Operatives organization led by Persona 3’s Mitsuru and Aigis.

Each Thief may have their personal character set of these cheap LED glasses you’ll find at a carnival to update their masks, but the entire outfit simply appears a bit ridiculous. They grow to be looking like film villains than something, and looking at the all-black clothing after hours of gameplay receives tiresome on the eyes.

BEST: Persona Q 2: New Cinema Labyrinth Costume Set

This is the only costume set for Persona 5 that completely changes the models of all playable characters, and it’s downright ridiculous and fantastic. Persona Q seemed like a spin-off game that would have a harder time transitioning into a main-series title, but Atlus pulled it off.

These models look great as well and allow for a sort of “HD” reimagining of Persona Q2. It plays the battle theme “Invitation to Freedom” from New Cinema Labyrinth, and it feels right at home in Persona 5 Royal.