After creating episodes of Jo Jo’s Bizarre Adventure, this YouTuber turned his attention to Persona 5 Strikers, and we’re glad they did.
Parodies are fun to make and often the only way to share your favorite scene from an online video game or show. In an effort to fight copyright lawsuits, a well-known Persona fan and YouTuber decided to recreate the opening cutscene for Persona 5 Strikers – using hilarious but tailored stock footage.
FilthyRamenKing is a familiar creator within the Persona community, and their Strikers intro isn’t their first parody either. Specializing in recreating royalty-free episodes of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure – the popular Japanese manga and anime series – FilthyRamenKing is also known to produce other parodies of the Persona series – including Persona 5 and Persona 5 Royal – free from any copyrighted material.
Naturally, the creator’s attention has now turned to the latest version of Atlus, Persona 5 Strikers, and the result is worth watching throughout. Using a variety of stock images to represent the charming lineup of action-RPG characters, the YouTuber clearly had a great time putting all of these scenes together, accompanied by a drab kazoo mimicking the musical theme. Ryuji, Yusuke, Morgana, and Arsene – who was represented by a parrot – were all present and presented with a font you usually find on a PowerPoint presentation. It certainly deserves credit, with a special nod to the admirable game of kazoo.
In December, Atlus gave Persona fans a video of Strikers ‘English voice reacting to the game’s first trailer. The video consisted of the actors’ authentic initial reactions to the trailer, making up for the 10% gameplay. that they saw during the recording. Their excitement to see the project come to fruition was healthy, and we suspect that another FilthyRamenKing parody reaction video would be a treat as well.
Persona 5 Strikers was called a sequel to Persona 5, and we think the game fully deserves that title in our five-star review. As well as applauding its illustrations and presenting itself as “one of the most elegantly controlled games,” we also felt it solidified the friendships we cherish and provided a roller coaster of emotions for fans of the series. .
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