A short message is posted on the Atlus U.S. page saying, "Our masters in Japan are very wary about it." This message targets those players that are streaming "Persona 5" online to others, which is somehow prohibited from the start. Not that it destroys gaming experience, but the game being streamed online may affect the decisions of other players to either buy the game or not.

In addition, even other games like "Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony" for the PS Vita were not allowed to be shared online on Episode 2. Others who do not own the game must purchase it to experience it to the fullest. Not only because the company and creators benefit from the profit, but also to deliver the true message and experience to the players and fans.

Furthermore, the message continues, "If you decide to stream past 7/7 (I HIGHLY RECOMMEND NOT DOING THIS, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED). You do so at the risk of being issued a content ID claim or worse, a channel strike/account suspension," says the message. By the tone of it, this is something that should not be ignored.

Some things are not meant to be shared but experienced personally

The contents of "Persona 5" contain a unique story that instills nostalgia, life lessons, and values, just like the previous Persona series before. Not only that but also the RPG experience that players know from Atlus' games. This will not only be the benefit of the creators, designers, and the overall staff but will also benefit the players as sole owners of the game and their experience towards it.

"Persona 3" revealed original soundtracks from various artist that players heard of.

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Moreover, the artworks and characters designs add up to the nostalgia and immersion, which are two qualities of an excellent game.

Guidelines for sharing online

Players cannot post any important scenes or story plots from "Persona 5" that will spoil it for other players who are still progressing in the game. In addition, the guidelines are the following: first, players can post additional videos but only for at least 90 minutes (1 hour and 30 minutes) long. Second, sharing of major story spoilers are prohibited such as ending segments, etc. Third, players are allowed to share the Kamoshida boss fight, but not the rest of boss fights. Fourth, sharing a gameplay or streaming it online must mostly show venturing dungeons or trekking the streets of Tokyo. Lastly, players can post commentaries.

A responsible player and owner will not cause any problems in the future. Abiding by the rules is the best option. The game is available on PlayStation 4.